"The Majestic Blaze" collection by Jewellery Designer Pooja Juneja

Pooja's collection gives the transformation from classic feminine look of traditional fine jewelry to practical designs for the cosmopolitan women.
: IJ News Service
27 July 2016 11:04 AM
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The Majestic Blaze collection by jewellery designer Pooja Juneja

The new collection "The Majestic Blaze" by Jewellery Designer Pooja Juneja is inspired by precious stone Ruby. "Queen of Stones” and “Stone of Kings”, Ruby is considered a talisman of passion, protection and prosperity. Ruby is the most acceptable color gemstone, extensively used in all forms of jewelry used both as center piece gemstone in pendants and rings, as well as a secondary stone to complement other gemstones such as Diamonds. Pooja's collection gives the transformation from classic feminine look of traditional fine jewelry to practical designs for the cosmopolitan women. Through the use of Ruby, set in diamond, Pooja has created a collection, which is intricate and subtle but also includes some big statement jewelery, making each piece a delight for one's eyes and persona. One of the pieces from the collection is a neckpiece inspired by the arabesques. The piece is studded with round diamonds, and has drop-shaped rubies, and is set in gold. The glamorous piece makes you ramp ready. Another neckpiece is a beautiful unique Celtic knots inspired piece. Celtic knots, a form of sacred geometry that symbolizes the interconnections of all things. The neck piece is inspired by one of such Celtic knot, Donegal, signifying the interlacing of sun and moon to show the harmony between solar (masculine sun energy), and lunar (feminine moon energy). Intertwined necklace is studded with round and baguette diamonds and rubies, and is set in gold. The third product in this collection is a pair of jhumkas set in gold, studded in ruby and diamond with pearl piroyi. Interspersed with rubies in red and white tone of diamond and gold is a beauty to watch. This contemporary version of traditional jhumkas is inspired by Shivalingam (in Tamil) flowers that are offered to Lord Shiva. The petal of the flowers resembles the hood of the sacred snake that protects the shivalinga. It symbolizes beauty and intensity.

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