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Nakshi work Broad Hasil

Ladies! Let's get your attention towards these lovely sets with Nakshi work. If you don't already are mesmerized by Nakshi, these will definitely make you obsessed with it and crave to have one in your wardrobe. But before, for the newcomers just getting introduced to Nakshi work, let's tell you more about it! 

Let's simply put it this way that Nakshi is a work of art! They are designed in a way that two pieces can never be alike in their make. They are distinguished and the making is so intricate to boasts the craftsmanship behind this work. By the name, naskhi means stamping- which means the designs are meant to look like stamp work with some elaborate detailing work. 

Now that you have got a little idea about Nakshi, let's put our eyes on the above designs one by one. It will also help you get to know more about Nakshi through the way. 

Nakshi work Broad Hasil
One of the most common aspects of Nakshi work is incorporating miniature god or goddesses, the popular one being goddess Lakshmi. Here, also we can see goddess Laxmi on the pendant. It is a nagas pendant with a broad necklace. In terms of materials, the necklace is a pure gold layout with an antique look, also with pink beads imposed on the pendant and earrings.  

The pendant has a color boost whereas the extension is just a heavy gold hasil. The uniqueness of this design is the way the pendant is joined to the extended hand. It looks delicate yet is very sturdy and stiff. 

Nakshi work Broad Hasil

In this one too, we see the Laksmi and Krishna miniatures stamped over the piece. The necklace is an artwork which is sort of the historical paintings we see in a museum or carved in historic walls. The pendant is bordered with white beads. The interlink also has a small pendant design. It is entirely in gold with some stones studded overall.  

Nakshi work Broad Hasil
We do save the best for the last if you guys are already wondering so! This is a not a jewellery piece but more so relevance on the artistic layout that it has. The necklace and the pendant are so uniquely designed. The fishes on the pendant remind us of the 'fish in water' story from the Ramayana during Sita's wedding proposal invitation ceremony.

The necklace is dimensioned in a way that it is a little thick not to look absurd but it gives a more prosperous look. 

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