An iconic motif in south indian temple jewellery, the nagar Lakshmi or goddess Lakshmi standing on a lotus, framed by Adishesha (a primal being of creation and king of all nagas in hindu mythology) is at the center of this pendant and earrings .An elaborate design of kempu stones adds a touch of colour and opulence.
Part of the temple Jewellery collection of KO this necklace is crafted using techniques used in ancient South Indian antique jewellery. All pieces in this collection are crafted in Sterling (92.5) Silver and oxidised.
(Note: This pendant can be bought alone or along with earrings and chain, prices for all three are different and all options given.Silver chain shown on model is a thick chain and its length is 20 inches.)
Measurements: Height of pendant : 2.3 inches; Width of pendant: 1.8 inches.
Length of earring: 1.5 inches; Width of earring: 1.2 inch
Gemstones used: kempu stone (also known as spinel or Zircon)
Made of: Sterling Silver (92.5%)