Mumbai : The season of lights, a festival of delights, Diwali is finally here! Playing an enchanting role as always, precious jewellery in diamond, platinum and gold add to the festive mood! Bringing you the latest trends that you can flaunt this festive season, ORRA brings to you some of its most stunning creations with its Speculo and Aztec shape inspired collections. 

Ravishing in 22k gold, ORRA’s new collection includes a stunning work of fusion kundan inspired by the Rajasthani tedhiya and hand painted Bikaneri work. With pottas in kundan-takkar setting, studded with rows of green beads and white pearls, the necklace is a perfect look of tradition to be paired on contemporary Indian wear. Newly launched bangles inspired by nakshi work complement the ensemble perfectly!

The other stunning Aztec shape inspired gold necklace is a true representation of the global Indian consumer. An amalgamation of traditional craftsmanship of beadwork with the raw geometric form has created this stunning neckwear. Infused with the color of the year turquoise, the necklace is aptly set with 94 grams of 22k gold this piece fits well into the lightweight category of price and dazzle. 

Known for its elaborate designs in diamond jewellery, ORRA has unveiled a range of diamond necklaces stylized with dew drops and petals in its ‘Speculo’ collection. Set finely the necklace magnifies the look of the diamond in its centre by tenfold. ORRA’s platinum collection also sees new additions with a finely crafted necklace set to give an impression of twines twisted together. With diamonds set together, the piece effervesces simplicity in beauty. 

To add to the fervor ORRA has also announced exciting offers for patrons. The offers include free 24k gold / silver coin on every diamond jewellery purchase over Rs 5000/-, up to 50% on making charges of 22k BIS hallmarked Gold jewellery and flat 50% off on making charges of 24k Gold coins and Bars. Patrons can walk into any of ORRA’s 32 stores or log onto to experience the latest in fine jewellery this Diwali.

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