Bridal Jewellery: The Haath Phool
Mona Mehta, creative director of Orra, has designed a stunning piece of bridal jewellery – the Almas, meaning rare diamond - for diamond standards company Forevermark.
We first spotted the diamond-studded half bangle, half ring haath phool when it debuted at the Tarun Tahiliani Bridal Exhibition in Mumbai in late August, and then again on Rani Mukherji at HDIL Couture Week 2010, and can't stop drooling over it.
The Haath Phool, (approx price Rs 5 crore) which Mehta says is inspired by India’s royal past, curls up the wrist to bloom into a detachable ring with a 7.3 carat diamond. Adding more sparkle are 2,468 more diamonds weighing 65.895 carats.
It’s hard to say no to getting married, if that’s the kind of bridal jewellery you’ll be wearing no?
For more information, contact Orra. Image: Almas by Forevermark, designed by Mona Mehta, crafted by Rosy Blue
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