A Good Guide to Silver Gifting this Diwali, from the house of Chordia’s

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New Delhi, August 01, 2014: Explore this Diwali the unique silver gifting ideas from the house of Chordia’s. Chordia’s silverware, a luxury brand renowned for its traditional Silversmithing skills, heritage inspired handmade artifacts and collectibles has introduced a special product range for the festival of lights. The collection is evocative and exquisite to create the perfect setting of an auspicious occasion.

Jaipur Singhasan (Throne for the deity) Laxmiji Flanked by Elephants Poutli Set with Amethyst Stone Rajput Box with Tray Silver Frog Urli Silver Hammer-Wirework Dinner Set Aarti Thali Solid Silver Laxmiji-Ganeshji 7.25 inch

Availability: The range can be viewed by APPOINTMENT ONLY, at their boutique showroom in Jaipur.

Price: On Request

Poutli Set with Amethyst Stone

A delightful modern take on the traditional Poutli, Chordia’s Silver ‘Poutli’ Set is ideal for serving chocolates/sweets/dry fruits to those special guests this Diwali. Eye-catching detailing with semi-precious Amethyst stone makes this a unique set to own and to gift.


 Silver Frog Urli

Exquisite Silver Urli will enhance your Diwali decorations with its style and beauty. Handcrafted to perfection by master craftsmen at Chordia’s. Add tea-light candles and/or flowers to enhance the entire look.


Silver Hammer-Wirework Dinner Set

This Diwali delight your guests by serving dinner in exquisite Silver Dinner Set from the house of Chordia’s. The set includes every essential utensil to complete any dining experience (dinner plates, serving bowls/bowls, glasses, cuttlery and more). Striking a balance between old and new, this beautiful Dinner Set creates the perfect scene for a unique, modern-meets-traditional look. Made in Sterling Silver, each piece is handcrafted to perfection.



Rajput Box with Tray

Ideal for using as Dry Fruits box, this splendid box is accompanied by an equally dazzling Tray. It is finely handcrafted, in Sterling Silver using Chasing and Repousse technique, giving it a timeless appeal. An ideal gift this Diwali.

 Aarti Thalis

Aarti Thaali is an integral part of the Diwali rituals. These heirloom pieces are handed down from generations to generations. Accessories like Silver Diya, Kalash, cup and bowls are part of the Chordia’s Aarti Thali.


 Solid Silver Laksmiji-Ganeshji

Perfectly hand crafted to the minuet-est details in sterling silver, one is sure to feel blessed this Diwali in Laksmiji-Ganeshji’s presence

 Laxmiji Flanked By Elepants

During Diwali, Hindus worship Goddess Lakshmi; goddess of wealth, prosperity and beauty. Goddess Lakshmiji idol seated on a blossoming lotus flanked by Elephants on both the sides, showering blessings and fortune. Cast in sterling silver and exquisite decoration done by mastercraftsmen at Chordia’s.

 Jaipur Singhasan (Throne for the deity)

This exquisite handcrafted sheet work singhasan (throne) in Sterling Silver, pre -dominantly following the design principles of Jaipur School is an ideal throne for gods and goddesses. Carved assiduously; this is an integral part of the pious Diwali celebrations.


About | Chordia’s

CHORDIA’S is a Silverware and Objets d’art brand, brought to life by Avant Chordia and Anant Chordia, partners and scions of a reputed family of Jewellers who have since Seven generations been pioneers in the Gem and Jewellery industry. Silversmithing being their recent foray, the brand treats Silver as a piece of art, hand-crafted and infused with heritage design inspired from Chandi Ki Taksaal; one of the original 36 Kaarkhaanas set up by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II. To back its vision, Chordia’s employs a business model where product designers interact with historians and Seventh generation artisans, to create masterpieces in Silver and ever lasting value for its patrons. Catering to globally acclaimed industrialists, European and Indian royalty and discerning collectors, Chordia’s Silverware can be viewed by appointment at their boutique showroom in Jaipur. From statement, bespoke pieces that take years to complete to small but exquisite artefacts, Chordia’s aims to bring the art of Silversmiths back to its old