Sabyasachi

“Growing up, I spent hours rummaging through my mother and grand-mothers’ jewelry cupboards. Their taste was simply exquisite. Maybe this is why I feel disappointed. Where has all the art gone? Perhaps it was this question that pushed me to find the answer.”

“I grew up in Calcutta. It was almost frightening; this city does that to you. Calcutta injects a sense of aesthetic into your soul, and things that are seen as unique in other cities are a way of life here. There is an unspoken pressure. Subconsciously, this way of life has shaped my design identity.

I’ m very fond of jewelry, maybe a tad sentimentally so. Growing up, I spent hours rummaging through my mother and grand-mothers’ jewelry cupboards. Their taste was simply exquisite.

Perhaps, this is why I feel disappointed.

When women wear my clothes, I invariably expect them to pair it with that kind of jewelry. But, I don’t find it here anymore.

Where has all the art gone?

Perhaps it was this question that pushed me to find the answer.”

SABYASACHI
Fine & Heritage Jewelry

“Growing up, I spent hours rummaging through my mother and grand-mothers’ jewelry cupboards. Their taste was simply exquisite. Maybe this is why I feel disappointed. Where has all the art gone? Perhaps it was this question that pushed me to find the answer.”

“I grew up in Calcutta. It was almost frightening; this city does that to you. Calcutta injects a sense of aesthetic into your soul, and things that are seen as unique in other cities are a way of life here. There is an unspoken pressure. Subconsciously, this way of life has shaped my design identity.

I’m very fond of jewelry, maybe a tad sentimentally so. Growing up, I spent hours rummaging through my mother and grand-mothers’ jewelry cupboards. Their taste was simply exquisite.

Perhaps, this is why I feel disappointed.

When women wear my clothes, I invariably expect them to pair it with that kind of jewelry. But, I don’t find it here anymore.

Where has all the art gone?

Perhaps it was this question that pushed me to find the answer.”
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Fine Jewelry

Diamonds & Colored Gemstones

Our ‘Fine Jewelry’ speaks of an amorous kinship between diamonds, rubies and emeralds. Old Golcondas interlaced with Goswara and rare Basra. Brilliant cuts, mutuals, rose cuts and fancy diamonds set in platinum and gold. Rose pink to rich red, Burmese rubies lend an air of classic sophistication, with silk, scattering light into brilliant facets.

Heritage Jewelry

Forgotten treasures, found in the colonial by-lanes of Tiruvananthpuram, the poetic arenas of Lucknow, the antiquated nooks of Madurai & Coimbatore and the regal gullies of Jaipur. These classics were meticulously re-created by hand, at the Sabyasachi Art Foundation and put together by master craftsmen. ‘Heritage India’ is unabashedly true to itself, unapologetic about its anachronism.

Jadau

One of the oldest techniques, originating in the Indo-gangetic plains, Jadau jewelry remains timeless in its appeal. With the highest attention to detail, each piece that the master craftsman creates, depicts a beautiful affair between gold and diamonds.

Vintage India

Born in the thick of culture & heritage, Temple Jewelry was the epitome of reverence to God. Engraved & molded in gold, ‘ Vintage India’ is offset with emeralds & rubies. ‘Traditional Gold’ jewelry, creates an air of auspiciousness pulsating life and telling tales of culture, heritage and valor.

Men’s Jewelry

From the Maharaja of Kapurthala to the Kings of Gwalior, the most exuberant and decadent jewelry was commissioned from the worlds finest jewelers by Indian men. This jewelry was a testament, not only to their wealth & power, but also their patronage of the arts. We pay homage to their vision.