Be it the Chandbalis or Polki Necklaces and Jhumkas of Mughal period or the Palaka Mala and Nagapadam worn by the Thamburatis of Kerala, every girl dreams of owning a quintessential piece of jewellery, which will make her stand out in a crowd.
If you have the fetish for traditional jewellery and want to own a unique piece that when teamed up with a classy Kanchipuram sari will indeed grab you the spotlight in a function, ‘Jewels of Vintage’, the exhibition-cum-sale of classic jewellery being organised by Mary Alapatt is something not to be missed.
Mary is Design Head at Alapatt Heritage Gold and Diamonds and married to the partner, Antony Alapatt. The exhibition, inspired by timeless Indian tradition is being held at the Alapatt’s flagship store near Madhava Pharmacy Junction on M.G. Road, Kochi.