Defined by the striking hue of pinkish-red rubies and pearls, the Guttapusalu haram speaks volumes about how jewelry is art and holds cultural and regional historical value. The term Gutta means bunches of small fish; and pusal are beads. Set with cabochon rubies and uncut diamonds, this gold necklace is fringed with bunches of pearls, the highlight of this ornament. An ode to its origins along the Coromandel coast.
Gold(24K) : 60g
Uncut diamonds/Polki : 1ct
(The above weights are indicative)
Note: If the design is not readily available it will be made to order, which will take us approximately 30-45 days.