Gold plated on silver with 0.19 carat of uncut diamonds (polki) and detailing of the ancient granulation method. Can also be worn as a pendant.
Inspired by the significance of the ‘dice’ since antiquity and the use of geometric patterns from the Mughal era.
The dice was and is used to show the volatility of life, to live boldly, to take chances, to live for the moment….It is also a symbol of good luck…it is also considered an important reminder of our own Karmic & Spiritual Journey…
The ring ties in geometry and a reminder that life is to live boldly, to take chances but with moral consciousness.
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