The main ingredient of a Marathi nath is pearls. The famous Marathi Nath of Peshwai Mastani is no stranger. Created in precious basra pearls, emeralds, rubies, stones and metals, Maharashtrian nath and Marathi nath are the epitome of India’s heritage representing the women of Peshwa and Maratha empire.
A nose nath isn’t just a piece of jewellery but a symbol of wealth as well. With gold added to it, it offers a perfect accent to your wedding or bridal jewellery collection. We offer a huge collection of nath designs in gold. Studded with precious stones and carrying the undertones of gold, this nath jewellery is sure to make you crave for just one more piece!
- You can use your jewelry whenever required. But while unused, please maintain it inside a plastic box or zip lock covers. Any moisture or sweat should be properly wiped off before preserving inside.
- Perfumes and deo spray or body and hair spray are real enemies for immitation jewellery. How well your jewellery may look with the plating, it doesnt matter. A single spray of these perfumes are good enough to instantly spoil the look and colour of the jewellery or shorten the colour life. Please avoid using these chemicals or cleaning agents when you use immitation or gold plated jewellery.
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