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Tanishq launches Its festive collection 'Utsaah' Utsaah

Tanishq launches Its festive collection 'Utsaah'

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 02 Oct 2021, 05:45 pm

Kolkata/UNI: Tanishq, a subsidiary of Tata Group, has launched its festive collection 'Utsaah the Festival of Life'.

Tanishq’s latest festive edition is an aesthetic representation of contemporary jewellery set in pure gold.

The collection reimagines the rich Indian heritage into distinctive modern jewels, as it features intricate designs in plain and ornate gold.

The 'Utsaah' collection features reimagined silhouettes with fresh styling and contemporary treatment with a focus on modernizing traditional motifs in geometric forms.

The bold and edgy collection boasts of the use of numerous Karigari techniques like modern filigree, stamp and wirework, enamel, jaali over stone, tikli, rawa and ball work among others.

The price range for products under 'Utsaah' collection starts at Rs. 35,000 onwards.

Celebrating the glint of gold, the assortment showcases varied textures and weaves of patterns and is inspired by patterns of Indian heirloom crafts.

Revathi Kant- Chief Design Officer of Titan Company Limited said, “Like each year, and especially for Diwali, Tanishq brings to you beautifully designed products crafted to perfection by our Karigars that add to your festivities. Our latest Diwali edit- Utsaah has been designed keeping in mind the ‘Wearability’ aspect that has emerged as a key jewellery trend for this festive season."