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House Of Heer

White Necklace Niseni Polki Citrine

White Necklace Niseni Polki Citrine

Regular price $373.00 USD
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Editor's Notes

Niseni means ladder, and the unique string in this necklace is inspired by the same. Golden thread and pearl strands have been imagined as the rails, and cabochon green stones with peach pearls and carved golden beads have been arranged like the rungs of a ladder. A polki pendant with citrine stones completes this piece. The matching citrine and polki earrings have looped pearl strands like a ladder to match with the necklace. Wear the lightweight yet dressy earrings as it is or as a set for a heavier look.

Materials Used

Mixed metal, Stone used: Kundan, Polki Shell Pearl Synthetic Stone Jade Onyx Emerald Synthetic Kundan, Polki Shell Pearl Pearl Jade Kundan, Polki Ruby Synthetic Shell Pearl Pearl Jade Sapphire Synthetic Kundan, Polki Jade


Gold, White

Shipping Details

Production Time: 7-10 working days, Delivery Time: 12-20 working days. In case of faster shipment, kindly get in touch with us. 🌼This item is hand made on order from India, read on House Of Heer's origin & production details below🌼

Care Instructions

Keep away from water, hairspray, perfume and other liquids. Clean when required with a soft cloth or paper napkin. Store in a plastic airtight pouch and do not keep it under heavy items as the Jewelry has delicate hand crafted elements.

Brand Origin

A team of jewellery designers with a penchant for jewellery and fun accessories came into existence 4 years ago when the founders met at the JD Institute for their diploma course in Jewellery Designing.They could instantly connect with each other, one thing led to another and by a stroke of fate, Heer came into existence.

Production Details

The jewellery is handcrafted by artisans using different piroi techniques which involve looping, twisting and shaping wires of different types. they also use techniques like carving, reticulation, meenakari, kundankari, enamel work, dori work, takkar work, thread work, needlework, etc. 

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