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Indian Masala Charms

Indian Masala Charms, a collection of adorable pure Indian Silver Jewellery from fourseven to showcase the unique and fun elements of life in India. Buy Now!

Indian Masala Charms

Indian Masala Charms

A truly unique and innovative selection of products offered online by us is the Indian Masala charms jewelry. This collection of Silver Jewellery contains cute little pendants made in the designs and shapes of some of the most common aspects of Indian lifestyle. Some exclusive pendants from this section are described below.

Aadmi Charm

This representation of the Indian common main is simply adorable. The turbaned figurine of a man with fiercely styled beard and moustaches is a common sight on the Indian roads and on fourseven as well.

Autorickshaw Charm

This extremely important and somewhat affordable mode of transportation is something that most Indians cannot do without, which is why it’s cute miniature form has found a place amongst the fourseven jewelry collection.

Holi Pitchkari Charm

The festival of colors is simply full of great fun and excitement and that is exactly what this beautiful charm pendant made from 925 sterling silver and featuring multicolored enabling represents for the buyers.

Kettle Charm

Most Indians love their tea and this kettle charm is a remainder of that fact. The adorable charm would make a perfect addition to a bracelet or and anklet on an outing when happy memories are sure to get brewed.

Namaste Charm

The traditional Indian greeting of that reflects peace and goodwill can now be worn around the wrist or the neck with pride. This beautiful charm is perfect for personal use or to be gifted to someone much loved and respected.

Nimbu Mirchi Charm

The traditional way of keeping off the evil has been crafted into a graceful little pendant. While the mirchi is made from pure 925sterling silver, the nimbu at the top is represented by the bright citrine stone. In addition to the above there are several other charms that represent the most common things of everyday use in India.