Salankara Creation Shell Minakari Peacock Tie Chain with Earrings Set
|Product Colour||2 gms 24 Carat Gold Plated (0.002 mm thick gold layer over it)|
Total length of locket - 7 cm (approx), shell portion - 5 cm (approx), mina portion 2 cm (approx), locket - fixed peacock, mina portion width - 2 cm (approx), min, bottom - 2.5 cm (approx), max total length - 29.5 cm (approx), single side 59 to 60 cm (approx), double side. Shell portion breadth - 2.5 cm (approx), max, middle breadth sell portion 1 cm (approx), other part of the locket is proportionate. Earring length - 2.4 cm (approx) and breadth - 1.5 cm (approx) max
|Weight||Weight - 23 gm (approx), weight of the earrings - 3 gm/each (approx)|
|Style||Shell Minakari Peacock Tie Chain with Earrings Set|
* 2 gms 24 Carat Gold Plated (0.002 mm thick gold layer over it)
This shell minakari peacock tie chain with earrings set is intricated with pure 24 karat gold plating by using 2 gm gold proportionately to give it 0.002 mm thick gold layer over it. Tie chain locket fitted with sea shell which was normally collected from sea beach and fitted and cutting for this ornament for a style statement. Minakari work and shell portion combination give a unique look of the tie chain. We never use any colour or chemical. Added gold protector over the product to maintain long lasting. This jewellery is absolutely skin friendly. 100 percent durable. There might be some colour variation depends on the resolution of the mobile screen, pc, laptop or others electronic device.
Multicolour minakari by special design team of minakari. This minakari is prepared with glass dust, precious and semi precious metal dust with the actual process. The process usually includes the fusing of coloured powder glass onto a substrate (metal, glass or ceramics) through intense heat (usually between 750 and 850 degrees Celsius or 1382 and 1562 degrees Fahrenheit). The powder melts and cures to a smooth, durable glassy coating on metal, glass or ceramics.
A seashell, also known as a shell, is a hard, protective outer layer usually created by an animal that lives in the sea. The shell is part of the body of the animal. Empty seashells are often found washed up on beaches by beachcombers. Or have decomposed.
A seashell is usually the exoskeleton of an invertebrate and is typically composed of calcium carbonate or chitin. Most shells that we used are found on beaches are the shells of marine mollusks, partly because these shells are usually made of calcium carbonate, and endure better than shells made of chitin.
Our collected shell is cutting and fitted for our jewellery by expert to make it a different look style statement.