Sutra’s jewels with rose-cut diamonds: innovation plus tradition ♦
Time runs, but sometimes it is necessary to wrap it and make it run backwards, as if it were a ball of roll to be compacted into a single mass. This also happens when creating something artistic or simply artisanal: we arrive at a point where the urge to find something new ends up discovering what is tradition. And this is all the more true for a brand that is a child of tradition, the Indian one, which has hundreds of years behind jewelery.
Sutra Jewels, in fact, is a Maison born from the collaboration of husband and wife: Arpita and Divyanshu Navlakha, who founded the brand in 2008. They met while studying at the Gemological Institute of America and both come from families already active in the world of jewelry. In short, a lot of tradition behind it. Their jewels, however, are not tied to the classic Indian style. They are more modern, more western. Many colored stones, a lot of work to tell the jewel through the combination of gems. But sometimes, tradition knocks on the door. This is the case, for example, of the jewels proposed in spring, which use the rose-cut cut for diamonds, just like in ancient jewels. In short, innovation is good, but the roots are deep. Lavinia Andorno