CaratLane launches Fables & Tales: Exclusive Jewellery designed by Farah Khan

CaratLane, India’s leading omnichannel jeweller, launches Fables & Tales, a collection designed by Farah Khan under their collaborative jewellery line Ornati. Inspired by Indian mythology and sacred motifs, each design in this collection has a story to tell. It depicts ancient myths and tales in a modern, abstract and simplistic way.

Speaking about this collection, Farah Khan Ali said, “This collection pays a tribute to the age old stories and wisdom of Indian mythology in an artistic way. We have transformed the revered characters and auspicious symbols into charming and wearable jewellery for today.”

 

Featuring 23 pendant designs, this collection is crafted in 18KT gold with colourful gemstones and diamonds. It includes dainty pendants of Lord Krishna with his flute, which depicts his love for music and local folks. It also has Lord Ganesha pendants studded with beautiful gemstones like rubies and pearls. The Om symbol, which is considered as the universal name of God also makes its place in this collection in the form of beautiful pendants. Other religious motifs like Shree and Buddha are also a part of the Fables & Tales collection.

 

“This collection gives a fresh and modern look to mythical motifs. Farah has designed them to sync with contemporary style, while still reflecting its mythological significance,” said Aakrosh Sharma, SVP, Merchandising & Fulfillment, CaratLane.

 

You can now shop for Fables & Tales exclusively at the CaratLane website and at CaratLane stores across Delhi, Noida, Gurgaon, Mumbai, Pune, Coimbatore, Thane, Chennai, Bangalore, Hyderabad and Chandigarh. The collection starts from INR 8,000.

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