GiTAGGED® Blue Dancing Peacock Motif 23kt Gold Jewellery Set

6,624.00 /Unit

Min Order Qty 1 Unit

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Occasion Festivals, Functions & Events
Attire Indian
Material

  • 23kt gold fused onto the glass

  • Casing : Gold Plated Silver

  • Stones & Beads : Artificial


Necklace Length Adjustable
Weight

  • Gold – 1 gram Approx

  • Silver – 40 grams Approx


Delivery Only Within India

Additional Information

Presenting a beautiful traditional Thewa Gold jewellery, which matches up your lovely outfit on any ceremony and occasion. This jewellery is a set of beautiful neck-piece and a pair of earrings. The colourful beaded neck-piece, enriched with a flower pendant & ear-studs make this set look unique and extraordinary.

The Thewa Art was the invention of Nathuni Sonewalla in the reign of Maharawat Samant Singh of Pratapgarh in the year 1767. Nathuni Sonewalla was the forefather of the Rajsoni family of Pratapgarh practicing Thewa Art.

The Thewa Art is the application of an artist mind who by profession is a jeweller. It holds the character of fine art that holds a background of royal patronage. It becomes jewellery when applied on items used for jewellery; in fact, jewellery can be made of Thewa Art like a forehead tika (a traditional jewel used by Rajasthani women).

Utensils like comb, hairband, coat button, photo frame and jewelry items like necklace, lockets, Ladies Shangar Box, Hair Pin, Pendant, Earrings, Photo Frame, Tie Pin, Bracelets, Box, Cufflink, Comb, Plates, etc. can be made by using Thewa Art.

Uniqueness

  • The fusing of hand-carved 23kt gold into the glass surface without using any Glue or pasting material is the secret trick of Thewa Art.
  • This craft form is used in making accessories ranging from bridal make-up case to other accessories like comb and mirror frames.
  • Thewa art work involves creation of unique type of golden beautiful work on various colourful glasses.
  • The Government of India recognized and praised the Thewa Art by publishing a postal stamp of Rs 5 on Thewa on November 5, 2OO2.

Information About GI (SD)

A 16th century secret art of fusing 23KT hand carved gold onto the colored glass surface without using any glue or pasting materials is unique to Thewa Art Work.


GI Information

Additional information

Period of Origin

16th Century

Country of Origin

India

Geographical Region

Prataphgarh, Rajasthan.

GI Application No.

244

GI Status Awarded

2013-2014

GI Product of India

210th

Handcrafted By

Shri Mahesh Soni, Chief Artisan, GI Panchayat Pratapgarh.