Amrapali Clothing For Women
Amrapali's handmade fine jewelry blends modern design with ancient Indian traditions like Kundan – an extensive technique that involves intricately shaping, setting and framing the gemstones. This exquisite ring has a 14-karat gold band that's carved with a decorative motif and layered with sterling silver. It's encrusted with 2.89-carats of oval, square and round-cut diamonds to uniquely catch the light from every angle.
Amrapali aims to showcase the beauty of Indian art and craftsmanship by combining traditional techniques with contemporary settings. Handmade from 18-karat gold, these chandelier earrings are decorated with 9.63-carats of glistening blue, orange, pink and cognac sapphires, each surrounded by diamonds. Make them really stand out against black or navy hues.
Amrapali's luxurious jewelry embodies the heritage of India with a modern, eclectic twist. Lovingly handmade from 18-karat gold, these earrings are set with 0.99-carats of tanzanites, 2.27-carats of diamonds and strung with lustrous swaying pearls. Wear your hair pulled back to showcase the vibrant color on the reverse.
Amrapali's bracelet is from the 'Holi Colors' collection, named after the springtime Hindu festival celebrated in India and Nepal. This lightweight 18-karat gold bracelet has passed through the hands of several expert artisans, each one crafting an individual piece of the design. It features a hand-painted turquoise enamel eye and the adjustable chain is finished with a delicate charm.
Amrapali is named after a royal Indian courtesan who was known for her extraordinary beauty and charm. Handmade from 18-karat gold and silver, these earrings are anchored by 7.05-carats of teardrop-shaped rubies and outlined with 3.67-carats of pavé diamonds. Showcase the filigree engraving on the reverse by sweeping your hair into a chignon.
Amrapali's designs are immersed in India's rich history and culture. Handcrafted from 18-karat gold, these earrings are designed in the shape of three Lotus flowers - an ancient symbol of beauty and eternity seen throughout the Hindu scriptures - that are illuminated by light-catching diamonds, totaling 1.3056-carats. The jaw-grazing length works best with swept-back hair.
Amrapali's 'Holi' collection is inspired by the Hindu springtime Festival of Colors, signifying the victory of good over evil. Made entirely by hand, this 18-karat gold bracelet has a royal-blue enamel charm - a nod to the colors of Rajasthan.
Amrapali's bracelet has been handcrafted in the label's atelier from 18-karat gold. Inspired by the Hindu springtime Festival of Color in India and Nepal, this bracelet is centered by an enamel charm in striking royal-blue, red and yellow hues. Try yours with coordinating styles from the collection.
Colorful stones are an Amrapali specialty, and emeralds are the house's favorite to work with. Intricately handmade from 18-karat gold and sterling silver, this ring is set with 2.72-carats of the beautiful green gem encased by 2.48-carats of sparkling diamonds. We love how it shines against a neutral manicure.
Amrapali is influenced by India's rich heritage - colors, symbols and deities inspire every single piece of the brand's exquisite fine jewelry. Handcrafted by skilled artisans using centuries-old techniques, these silver earrings are backed in 18-karat gold. They're adorned with 11.27-carats of blue opals that are encircled with 4.37-carats of glistening rose-cut diamonds.
Amrapali's bracelet is part of the label's 'Holi Colors' collection -it celebrates the springtime Hindu Festival of Color. Handmade from 18-karat gold, it's strung with a round pendant that's patterned with petrol and navy enamel. We think this chain piece layers well with similar styles by the brand.
Amrapali celebrates traditional Indian art and craftsmanship - these fan earrings are inspired by 'Zardozi' embroidery. Handmade from 18-karat gold, they're scattered with 3.34-carats of diamonds to highlight the intricate shape. Sweep up your hair so they catch the light.
Amrapali founders Rajiv Arora and Rajesh Ajmera have a deep appreciation for India’s artifacts and rich history - each piece of fine jewelry in their collections is crafted by master goldsmiths using thousand year-old techniques. This exquisite bracelet is hand-cast from 18-karat gold and silver and set with 15.61-carats of faceted red spinels. The stones are each outlined with glistening diamonds, totaling 3.69-carats.
Amrapali's collections combine traditional techniques with unconventional design - the idea is to highlight Indian art and craftsmanship, explains the brand. This necklace is handmade from 18-karat gold and elegantly decorated with turquoise and blue enamel. Wear yours with the coordinating bracelet.
Amrapali's 'Holi Colors' collection celebrates the Hindu festival of color. This bracelet is entirely handmade using ancient Indian techniques – once the design has been marked out and engraved, turquoise and red enamel is carefully applied. The delicate 18-karat gold chain can be adjusted for the perfect fit.
Amrapali's pieces are synonymous with the finest in Indian culture. Hand-cast from silver, this stunning necklace is decorated with 19.22-carats of glistening diamonds and 26.82-karats of faceted rubies. Adjust the drop using the lobster clasp and 18-karat gold links.
Amrapali's beautiful pieces are inspired by the rich colors and heritage of India. Thoughtfully handcrafted from 18-karat gold and sterling silver, this ring is centered with a 1.65-carat blue tanzanite that's surrounded by 1.99-carats of glistening diamonds. This is a perfect gift for special milestones or anniversaries.
It takes anywhere from 1.5 to 8 months for Amrapali to transform a single rough sketch into a piece of fine jewelry. Designed with traditional Indian styles in mind, these handmade silver earrings are set with 1.186-carats of sparkling diamonds. The 6.62-carats of rubies are mounted in a 14-karat gold setting to match the posts.
Amrapali's fine jewelry is handmade by local artisans in a process that can take up to two years to complete, depending on the intricacy of the piece. Cast from 18-karat gold and silver, these earrings are anchored by 9.74-carats of floating emeralds and set with 2.07-carats of glistening diamonds. Showcase yours with side-swept hair.
Amrapali's exquisite pieces are made using a centuries-old traditional Indian technique called the Kundan method, where skilled artisans intricately hand-set each stone. These earrings are made from 18-karat gold and feature 4.90-carats of bold rubies circled by 3.05-carats of dazzling diamonds in a silver setting. We love them against deep jewel tones for evening.