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Udarata Collection

Udarata Collection

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Vintage collection

Vintage collection

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Chic Collection

Chic Collection

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LKR. 125,000

This stunning silver necklace, originally from the Middle East, with the added Pearls give the necklace elegance and class which makes it the perfect statement piece! The necklace weighs approximately 150 grams.

LKR. 23,500

Once buttons on an aristocrat’s coat, now converted into a n Opal ring. Lovingly plated with yellow and white gold to enhance the original skilled work.

LKR. 0

Perfect necklace for daily wear! 7 Pumpkin Beads 7 Onyx Beads Available at ODEL

LKR. 22,500

Once buttons on an aristocrat’s coat, now converted into an Emerald ring. Lovingly plated with yellow and white gold to enhance the original skilled work.

LKR. 45,500

A statement ring for special occasions!

LKR. 25,000

Traditionally worn on an aristocrat’s coat, now converted into a ring. Lovingly plated with yellow and white gold to enhance the original skilled work.

LKR. 25,000

Traditionally worn on an aristocrat’s coat, now converted into a ring. Lovingly plated with yellow and white gold to enhance the original skilled work.

LKR. 27,500

We converted this antique sapphire studded hairpin into a bangle. Traditionally, these hairpins were worn by wealthy women to secure their chignon in the southern parts of Sri Lanka, from the late 18th to the early 20th century.

LKR. 27,500

We converted this antique sapphire and pearl studded hairpin into a Ring. Traditionally, these hairpins were worn by wealthy women to secure their chignon in the southern parts of Sri Lanka, from the late 18th to the early 20th century.

LKR. 27,500

We converted this antique sapphire and pearl studded hairpin into a Ring. Traditionally, these hairpins were worn by wealthy women to secure their chignon in the southern parts of Sri Lanka, from the late 18th to the early 20th century.

LKR. 27,500

We converted this antique sapphire studded hairpin into a Ring. Traditionally, these hairpins were worn by wealthy women to secure their chignon in the southern parts of Sri Lanka, from the late 18th to the early 20th century.

LKR. 17,500

Once buttons on an aristocrat’s coat, now converted into a garnet ring. Lovingly plated with yellow and white gold to enhance the original skilled work.