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Multipurpose Traditional Jewellery

Jewelleries are quite auspicious and one tends to keep it very secure and like a treasure. And why not, considering they are expensive, it is also a part of a woman's accessory. It ought to have some importance in a woman's life. 

Though, have you heard about multipurpose jewellery? It is something that can be worn in different styles and setups and hence the word, multipurpose is used. The collection in the spotlight today are some beautiful neckpieces that can also make through as waist belts.  Their various functionality makes them quite popular and demanding among women. 

They are all blended in a manner that is rooted to traditionalism and have a design structure that is very ethnic and culture driven. 

Multipurpose Traditional Jewellery

The first one makes it to the temple jewellery list owing to the beautiful miniatures of god idols that together form the design to this piece. It can be worn as a necklace knowing that there is a pendant right in the center. It is fully made in gold and has intricate detailing in the background of the god miniatures. Similarly, it can work really well as a waistbelt and will add that necessary definition to the waistline. 

Multipurpose Traditional Jewellery

Next one is again a waistbelt which can also be used as a choti. These are basically used to highlight the pigtail or ponytail of a woman. It especially goes really well with long hair. The design layout is quite similar to the first one. 
Multipurpose Traditional Jewellery
They are basically several pendants of god miniatures linked together in a straight line to form a long line that can be either wrapped around the waist as a belt or the choti to add some jewel to your head. 

It is a form of temple jewellery entirely made in gold and has carvings or nakshi design that form the layer of intricate detailing. 

Multipurpose Traditional Jewellery
The last one and the one that is magnificent in its design and craftsmanship is another kind of traditional jewellery. The design is again based on godly structures. The entire neckpiece has a center pendant with the ram Laxman portrait. The pendant is a huge one with south sea pearls hanging below it. The entire neck chain has peacock structures and is embellished with rubies and emeralds to give a slight hint of color. 

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