Timeless pieces that transcend charm

Timeless pieces that transcend charm

Jewellery trends

Jewellery is something that should always transcend time with its eternal charm,” says Praveen Goel, who recently won the Best Diamond Jewellery and Best Store of the Year award at the National Jewellery Awards 2015-16.

Someone who believes in rising above the ordinary, and creating jewellery that is truly magnificent, Goel is an expert in high-end jewellery, designer jewellery and daily wear

Featuring ethnic broad bracelets, peacock inspired rings and stone-studded necklaces to name a few, his intricately created pieces reflect a refreshing originality in design, that blends the best of classical and modern sensibilities, and are put together using an ensemble of stones that complement each other immaculately.

“In the timeless tradition of the goldsmith, is an artist by heart who works his magic on gemstones and metals. The artist creates his pieces, his art, inspired by his muse, the muse who lives in every person who wears jewellery. I try to ensure that each muse finds something that echoes with the wearer’s individual sense of aesthetics,” says Goel, who is the chief managing director of Sunar Jewels.

On being asked about some of the latest trends in jewellery, he mentions, “Diamanté tiaras, picture postcard pieces, riffs on the choker and explosions of kitsch, will catch the eye this season. And for the weddings, crown style maang tikkas, extra chunky necklaces, asymmetric necklaces, funky earrings would work wonders. Also exquisite diamonds are still a girl’s best friend.”

He focuses on creating classic ornaments. “These designs,” he says, “never go out of style and therefore are in vogue for Indian marriages.” 

“Contemporary yet timeless designs, for both polki and diamond sets is the latest in jewellery trends,” adds Goel.