- Price, low to high
- Price, high to low
- Alphabetically, A-Z
- Alphabetically, Z-A
- Date, old to new
- Date, new to old
- Best Selling
Regalia Eleanor Diamond Earrings*
Inspired from the jaalidar windows of Jaipur, Rajasthan, these earrings have a lot to tell. Of the history of the Diamonds beyond thousands of years and the stories of its muse palaces, whispering words of beauty and poetry to the...
One Sunniva Diamond Earrings*
A protector of the Earth, the Sun gives us heat, radiance, perfect temperature, and the possibility of life. The Sun's gifts are numerous and it is our favourite star. Studded with Diamonds in White Gold, this pair of earrings is...
Freeflowing Assana Diamond Earrings*
A fall of cold, gushing, white water, glistening against the sunlight like Diamonds falling from the sky. Like a waterfall from a hilltop, this gorgeous pair of earrings came to being. Named Assana, meaning waterfalls, it takes the wearer back...
Freeflowing Chardonnay Diamond Earrings*
When a strawberry is popped into a glass of Chardonnay, bubbles the size of baubles sparkle up to the brim of the glass. This dazzling effect inspired our artists to create this unique pair of earrings, named Chardonnay after its...
Freeflowing Verbina Diamond Earrings*
Clustered together, dangling from its heart, the Verbena flowers have healing powers that strengthen the wearer, make her more creative and happy and keeps away the evil. Verbena flowers helped our artists create this pair with immense love and heart,...
Freeflowing Lobelia Diamond Earrings*
Bright, vivid violet, this beautiful clustered flowering plant blooms in spring. Often called the butterfly flower, Lobelia has white accents in the centre like Diamonds between golden flowers. Cascading down the centre are the pollen strings drooping so beautiful here,...
Freeflowing Ciana Diamond Earrings*
A chandelier's might, its light, is reflected a thousand times, just like a Diamond. Placed in hoops and dangling with droplets of Diamonds, this timeless piece is all about the eternally shining light. It was named Ciana, meaning light.