A titanium collection with many shades comes from India: it’s by DiaColor ♦
Those who still think of India as the country where you move on the back of an elephant must change your mind. India is not only a global economic power, but is also rapidly changing its culture and, therefore, its aesthetic standards. This collection it’s the evidence: it’s called The Many Shades of Titanium. It’s proposed by a New Delhi Maison, DiaColor.
To establish DiaColor was a third-generation jeweler, Rishabh Tongya.
Although most of DiaColor’s production is rather traditional, with large floral motifs, such finely chiselled gold, and with many colored stones, The Many Shades of Titanium collection is innovative in the Indian jewelry scene. Meanwhile, it does not use as a base the metal adored by the Indians, gold. Perhaps also because the Indian government’s policy has long discouraged the importation of the yellow metal. But in any case, using titanium is not easy for anyone. And the DiaColor collection presents bracelets, earrings, rings made by hand, with many colors (it is a characteristic of titanium to be colored) and with diamonds of first choice.
In shades of pink, deep blue, deep gold and aquamarine, the collection stands out in the jewelry scene of the great Asian country, but it can also be interesting for the western market. It is worth taking a look. Alessia Mongrando