Vummidi Bangaru Jewellers (VBJ)launched a new collection,‘Tulips’ inspired by the grace of the tulip flower. It is a collection that has revived an age-old diamond cut called rose-cut. The elegant evening wear that showcases a regal grandeur and flawless craftsmanship;Tulips has been unveiled at VBJ showroom (Gemini flyover, Anna Salai) in Chennai amidst select guests and esteemed patrons of the brand.
Speaking on the occasion, Jithendra Vummidi, Managing Partner, Vummidi Bangaru Jewellers said: “VBJ has always been at the forefront of offering the latest in designs, It is our privilege to offer the exquisite range of new designs to our esteemed customers. Tulips is the 5th Signature collection from VBJ. This collection is perfect for the Indian skin palette and will surely raise the bar for a novel trend this year. Our in-house creative team had come out with this design after understanding the taste of today’s evolved and well-travelled customers.”
The mesmerising rose-cut diamond was first made famous in the 16th centuryand today using the latest technology, the collectionis conceptualised and crafted at VBJ Creative Centre. The Tulips collection is a renaissance to the Rose-cut, with a clever mix of modernity and classic overlays, ideally suited for the woman of today. Natural elements have a comforting visual effect, and in jewellery designs they are beautiful reminders to appreciate and treasurenature’s gift to us. The elegant collection is inspired by the subtle appeal of tulips using rose-cut diamonds set inrosegold, invoking an aura.The shapes and cuts of diamonds resemble the petals unfolding in a bud.
The natural forms of Tulips are artistically captured with intricate details giving them a realistic form. Retaining its classical nature, the product range evokes style with elegance. Thecharm of the rose-cut diamonds of the Tulips collection has been accentuated by the characteristics of the marquise and round-brilliance cut.Itwill transform thejewellery-buyinginto asoulful experience for jewellery connoisseurs.