Amrapali Fashion for Women
Amrapali's fine jewelry is inspired by India's rich heritage - bold colors and shapes that resemble exotic flowers are signatures of each collection. Handmade from 18-karat gold and sterling silver, these earrings are set with 3.47-carats of emeralds - the Creative Director's favorite stone - and 3.99-carats of diamonds.
Amrapali's sterling silver and 18-karat gold bracelet is inlaid with 14.73-carats of emeralds - the brand's favorite stone. This handcrafted piece is finished with a beautiful pavé diamond border. It comes in a sleek wooden box that's perfect for gifting or storing.
Inspired by the beauty of a renowned royal courtesan, Amrapali expertly handcrafts each exquisite piece, "merging the ancient and modern for timeless style." Cast from 9-karat gold and sterling silver, these sculptural earrings are encrusted with a variety of shimmering diamonds, totaling 11.88-carats. Masterful goldsmiths use ancient Kundan techniques to set the stones - making each one truly one-of-a-kind.
EXCLUSIVE AT NET-A-PORTER.COM. Charm bracelets often hold enchanting and sentimental stories that are unique to the wearer - Queen Victoria wore one frequently and was gifted a new pendant by Prince Albert after the birth of each of her children. Handcrafted from 18-karat gold, this style by Amrapali is strung with sterling silver trinkets and amulets, each encrusted with scores of tanzanites, diamonds, rubies and emeralds that evoke the rich colors and traditions of India.
When Amrapali's CEO Tarang Arora came into our London headquarters, he told us that actress Freida Pinto always visits the brand's store when she's in India. Part of the fine jewelry brand's latest collection, these earrings have been handmade by artisans from 18-karat gold. They're set with 4.31-carats of diamonds and vibrant faceted rubies weighing 1.80-carats.
EXCLUSIVE AT NET-A-PORTER.COM. Amrapali's pieces showcase the finest Indian craftsmanship. This stunning lariat necklace is strung with lustrous pearls interspersed with sterling silver links studded in diamonds. What's more, each beautiful strand is held together by elegant charms featuring an array of tanzanite, rubies and emeralds. Be sure to tie up your hair to draw attention to the delicate 18-karat gold filigree clasp.
It can take up to two years to complete to one of Amrapali's pieces. Handmade in the house's atelier from 18-karat gold, this ring is set with 1.60-carats of diamonds and centered with a large 1.47-carat emerald - take a look inside the band and you'll see another secret one known only to the wearer. A style as exquisite as this is perfect for an engagement or anniversary gift.
Amrapali's earrings have been hand-forged to resemble blooming Shevanti flowers. Cast from 18-karat gold, this pretty pair is encrusted with shimmering diamonds that highlight the lightly brushed finish. Wear them with the matching cuff to accessorize evening looks.
Amrapali's fine jewelry collections have attracted a host of celebrity admirers - including Eleanor Tomlinson, Meryl Streep and Freida Pinto. Part of the brand's latest collection, these earrings have been made by hand at the label's atelier and are cast from 18-karat white and yellow gold. They're set with tiny pavé diamonds totaling 6.22-carats.
Amrapali's earrings look like a piece of lost treasure that could have been found in an early-century jewelry box belonging to a royal family. Handcrafted using traditional techniques, they're cast from 18-karat gold and centered with 2.08-carats of tanzanite surrounded by 5.79-carats of sparkling diamonds. Wear yours with the matching ring.
Amrapali's original designs were influenced by the ornate motifs that founders Rajiv Arora and Rajesh Ajmer saw in Indian architecture and fine art in the '70s - the same inspiration is still incorporated in the pieces today. This 18-karat gold ring has been handcrafted by skilled artisans at the label's atelier. It's centered with a teardrop-cut 3.49-carat emerald that's surrounded by 1.88-carats of dazzling diamonds.
Amrapali's earrings have a striking diamond-encrusted hook and clasp fastening that can be worn two ways. Exquisitely handcrafted from 18-karat gold, one side is inlaid with precision-cut emeralds and the reverse is set with sparkling sapphires. Switch between them to suit your outfit.
EXCLUSIVE AT NET-A-PORTER.COM. Founded in the '70s by Rajiv Arora and Rajesh Ajmera, Amrapali draws inspiration from India's rich heritage and craftsmanship. This bracelet is entirely handmade from lustrous pearls with 18-karat gold and sterling silver settings. It's decorated with diamond rondelles and a sparkling clasp inlaid with a vibrant faceted tanzanite. We love that it creates the illusion of several pieces layered together.
Amrapali's jewelry strikes the perfect balance between classic and contemporary. Skilfully handmade from burnished sterling silver and 18-karat gold, these earrings are cast in a paisley motif that's set with exquisite diamonds and emeralds - designer Tarang Arora's favorite stone. Wear them as your statement evening accessory.
It probably hasn't escaped your notice that big earrings are having a major moment and really worth investing in as the trend is here to stay. This pair by Amrapali has been made by hand from 18-karat white gold. They're set with diamonds totaling 1.19-carats and strung with lustrous pearl tassels.
Amrapali's biggest inspiration is traditional Indian art and craftsmanship but its designs still look contemporary and modern. These earrings have been handcrafted from sterling silver backed in beautiful filigree 18-karat gold and set with 10.10-carats of diamonds. A clasp fastening at the back ensures they sit securely and comfortably.
Amrapali's fine jewelry is inspired by India's opulent and colorful culture - Emma Roberts, Freida Pinto and Sarah Jessica Parker are all fans. Hand-cast into the shape of a flower, these sterling silver earrings are backed with 14-karat gold filigree. The glossy pearls at the center are surrounded by 14.50-carats of rubies and 0.43-carats of diamonds that catch the light beautifully.
Amrapali's bracelet is from the 'Holi Colors' collection, named after the springtime Hindu festival celebrated in India and Nepal. This lightweight 18-karat gold bracelet has passed through the hands of several expert artisans, each one crafting an individual piece of the design. It features a hand-painted turquoise enamel eye and the adjustable chain is finished with a delicate charm.
Named after a royal courtesan who lived in the time of Buddha, Amrapali is heavily influenced by the rich beauty and art found in Indian culture. These beautiful 18-karat gold earrings have been handcrafted at the label's atelier by skilled artisans and set with 14.66-carats of tanzanites that surround 3.41-carats of twinkling diamonds. Sweep your hair into a low ponytail to show them off.
Amrapali is named after a royal courtesan that lived in India around 500 BC - she was known for her beauty, as is the label's jewelry. These 18-karat gold and sterling silver earrings are handmade using techniques that have been passed down through generations. They are set with 1.68-carats of emeralds and 3.03-carats of diamonds.