The past, along with its deities, is brought to life in this intricately worked kumkum box. Traditionally gifted to the bride by her parents at the wedding as an auspicious symbol, this piece is defined by finely embossed nakas work with the image of shesha shayana vishnu on the lid. The box is further enhanced by nakas work of the dashavatara on its sides.
This set is intricately crafted as an homage to the Goddess Lakshmi in nakas work with gold, emeralds, rubies and cultured pearls. It is traditionally worn in South Indian weddings, and makes for a memorable and beautiful bride. The pieces are also available separately.