Seven Polki Diamonds set in 18ct gold and hanging along an 18" chain which can be worn three different lengths an inch difference.
Polki diamonds are one of the oldest forms of cut diamond, being first introduced in India by the Moghuls. They retain their original rough form and have a flat, polished surface with varied shallow facets at the edges to reflect back light. They are cut to follow the original rough stone so no two are alike and this makes every piece unique. The diamonds are set in 18ct and finally backed with a foil for maximum sparkle. They were worn by The Maharajas and are still the traditional jewels for Indian wedding ceremonies.
Seven Polki diamonds set in 18ct gold hanging on an 18' chai which can be shortened by 1" difference.