A sparkling purple trinket peeping through a handmade brass window with gorgeous design patterns inspired from Mughal architecture. The dangling little Amethyst in the leaf shaped earrings makes it unique in its own way.
The geometric patterns in Islamic art are often built on combinations of repeated squares and circles which overlap or connect to each other. The beautiful patterns are a mainstay of Islamic architectural designs for a Millenia. Mughal period was a period of great architectural achievements. Mughal rulers were great proponents of elaborate architectural designs. One of their ever-lasting gifts is the jali work seen in Mughal era buildings. The elaborate jail work is geometric patterns in hexagonal and octagonal designs. Orah Jewels Naulakha collection is inspired from the jail work seen at Naulakha pavilion of Lahore Fort.