The classical Indian elements of the dance forms are seamlessly translated into chic and edgy metal accessories by JKATELIER. The black marble are finely sculpted by Shankar and Shiva in the bustling South Indian metropolitan town Chennai.
Antique touched metallic neck piece, armlet and nose ring in brass subtly reminiscence the ankle bells of a Bharatanatyam dancer. The carved wooden flats with ghungroo bells defines the ambience of the art form.
Quirky black marble stone necklace, brass earrings and forehead chain, and wooden footwear featuring padma motif are all crafted using the same hand techniques that went in adorning the earliest Kuchipudi dancers of Andhra Pradesh.
Edgy metallic accessories inspired from temple architecture is combined with Persian silhouettes of the Nawab’s court.
Padma motif take center stage in petal ring and the necklace that beautifully reimagines lotus pod in marble stone and brass. Odissi dancer’s elaborate headgear gets a dramatic makeover in brass sheet.