A pair of gold pearl and polki earrings inspired by the design of the Kasumala, a traditional Indian necklace made of gold coins strung closely.
Connected to the top of each unit of these gold pearl earrings is a truncated triangle, from which are suspended pearl clusters and a coin unit bordered with seed pearls using the chakkar-pirai technique. Both units are kundan-set with uncut diamonds. Two birds, dressed in red stones are perched on the triangle, facing outward.
The Kasumala, a garland of gold coins strung together, forms an important part of the bridal trousseau, especially for brides in Southern States of India and is oftentimes worn on other special occasions such as Puja and thread ceremonies.