Indian royalty has always been an emblem of elegance and class when it comes to lifestyle. Whether it’s the lavishly crafter palaces, the exorbitant clothes or the enticing jewellery worn by the descendants of the great Maharajas, these all have been a claim to fame for the royal clans of the Indian subcontinent.
Preserving the tradition and legacy of her ancestors, Jyostna Singh has managed to enchantingly exhibit her passion for jewels which she considers to be in running in her blood. Being the granddaughter of Maharaja Bhupender Singh (who owned the palace of Patiala), her tryst with jewellery began right from her younger days.
The collection, ”Manjusha” means a treasure chest of jewels and is entirely exemplified by her cherish able art pieces that can be worn with élan and cherished for years to come. A single glimpse at the collection and one can clearly understand the love and passion the jewels exude. The intricate carving and the contemporary patterns make these finest jewels a perfect fusion wear that is perfect for a woman of substance who is bold, outgoing , overpowering and yet in touch with her feminine side
Her jewellery is predominantly carved out of precious and semi-precious stones that can add grace to any outfit. The jewellery is crafted using several colourful stones, lending it a vibrant yet unpredictable touch. There are two broad dimensions to the collection namely Palais de Motibagh Collection that defines the interplay of loud colors and sophistication , with a subtle hint of royalty in every piece, and L’or Noir Collection that widely makes use of the charm of black, gold and grey shades to enchant the onlookers by a serenading appeal. Both the ranges include, earrings, cocktail rings, neckpieces and bracelets that are sensual yet subtle and create a magical aura that is hard to be missed.
You can visit her website http://www.manjushajewels.com/collection for a sneak peek into the collection and exhibition information.