The Iruthalaipakshi Silver Gandaberunda Pendant (Oxidised)
This product is handcrafted on request. Minimum time taken is 3 weeks so please keep this in mind when you place an order. Each product involves at least 5-6 processes which need a different artisan for each process.
The price shown for all pre order products is indicative only, once the design is ready the prices may go up as silver prices keep fluctuating and the weight of the design may also change. Since our products are handcrafted these changes are beyond our control.
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Discover heritage temple jewellery that narrates mythology using ancient motifs . The Gandaberunda or Iruthalaipakshi is a popular symbol of hindu mythology is a two-headed bird, believed to possess immense magical strength and is capable of fighting the forces of destruction. Its heads resemble the eagle and tail is like that of a peacock. In this gorgeous pendant Gandaberunda is etched beautifully in great detail and decorated with kemp stones. .
The pendant has been handcrafted in Sterling Silver (92.5%), and oxidised in a special process to give it an antique look.
(Note: Chain is not part of product. The pendant can be bought alone or along with the Silver Chain prices for both are different and both options given. )
Measurements : Length of chain : 11 inches (links provided to adjust length)
Height of Pendant : 1.8 inch; Width of Pendant : 2.2 inches.
Gemstones used: kempu stone (also known as spinel or Zircon).
Made of: Pure Sterling Silver (92.5%)
Gross Weight of product (Pendant Only) : 25 grams approx.