In about 1948, an East India Ship sank, Taking with it a necklace containing 2930 diamonds. These had belonged to the then ruling Maharaja of Patiala. Inspired by the lost treasure under out oceans, this bracelet features a stunning Aurora borealis Swarovski center and its fitted with a cast-brass patina finish 'machhli', as well as a cast-brass patina finish 'Hamsa'. The woven hemp also features milky luminous freshwater pearls.
'Barsaati' comes from the Hindi word 'Barsaat', which means the rains; the monsoon. At Barsaati they care about the planet; Barsaati do not use leather, fresh wool or fur and try to ensure all materials utilised are responsibly sourced. 'Barsaati' jewels are made by hand, each piece unique, inspired by India,but made up of gift's that come from every corner of our planet; Barsaati use genuine Austrian Swarovski crystals. set in responsibly farmed South American hemp cord. Barsaati's finding charms and beads from the Greece, Czech hand pressed glass and gold/titanium plated Quartz. Barsaati vintage timepieces are carefully collected and restored by master watchkeepers. Variations in product and cord are a natural (and charming) part of hand-made products.