Mumbai, India, August 05, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Ear tattoos and make up are all the rage today, yet the humble earring has been creating style statements from time immemorial. Adding a contemporary twist to earrings, ORRA has launched special Japanese styled earrings. A true example of fine Indian craftsmanship, this pair of multi-functional earrings, is inspired from the Japanese folding fan or ‘Ogi’ and can be worn as a both as a chandelier as well as an ear cuff.
Tracing its roots, while for the Japanese, the Ogi came to being as an information device containing various court orders, letters and other such rules and regulations. It was only much later that it was recognized and used as decorative fan art. Understanding the significance that culture has on a variety of elements of fashion today, ORRA has carefully captured the Ogi’s subtle essence while incorporating it into the earring mechanism. While in the chandelier form, the earring showcases its beautiful layers, as an ear cuff, it adorns the entire ear, with a drop shape emerald glistening at the end.
The earrings are studded with 6.71 carats of 922 brilliant cut diamonds, set in a combination of 34.90 grams of 18k rose gold and white gold. The intricate filigree pattern with Indian motifs, adds a more dramatic look to the entire design.
This exquisite piece is available across ORRA’s 32 stores spread across 24 cities around the country. Inquiries can also be made at www.orra.co.in