Kolkata, Sep 12 (UNI) Traditional Mughal jewellery is trying to make a comeback for today's fashion-conscious women.
Chairman and Managing Director of Tribhovandas Bhimji Zaveri (TBZ), one of the pioneers in Indian jewellery business, Srikanth Gopaldas Zaveri stated this here today.
In an exhibition-cum-sale here, Mr Zaveri said their new line of couture 'Krsala', the TBZ group showcased their variety of uncut stones including diamond, ruby, emerald and other precious and semi-precious stones embedded in gold and a similar range of south shore sea pearls and fresh water pearls.
Bunty Bajaj, the designer of the Krsala collection and TBZ managing partner, said ''We are trying to base our collection on the Mughal art of Polki and Enamour in a way best suited to todays woman.'' ''After our success in Hyderabad and Mumbai, we want to find out how the east responses to our style and I can say we have received a fairly good response,'' said Mr Zaveri.
Ms Bajaj, while speaking on her style of designing, said she makes each and every item a one of its kind and there were no two pieces of the same.