A replica of a coin dated 1763 AD, this is a Mohar in the name of King Prithvi Narayan Shah as the king of Patan (Nepal). These handmade earrings are from our Chinah: collection.
From our Chinna: (Means Mark In Nepali) Collection which is a reminder of the values that the various marks of Nepal represent, with our collection we bring you a piece of our heritage. Our Sikka earrings are a replica of a coin dated 1763 AD, this is a Mohar of King Prithvi Narayan Shah as the king of Patan (Nepal). Coins are a significant part of our countries heritage and signify a glorious era. With these studs, we hope you will make this piece of history a part of your life.
Made of brass, plated with 24k gold. Handcrafted in Nepal
Made of Brass, and plated with 24K gold or Silver
Keep away from fire and heat.
Do not apply perfume/water directly to the jewelry.
Please store in the case provided (pouch/box) and handle with care
Store the piece individually and not with other jewelry pieces
Jewelry should be worn last and taken off first.
Even though our jewelry is anti-tarnish, certain parts or embellishments may turn black due to various reasons like regular wear, high humidity, proximity to heat, etc. Should you wish to have your piece re-polished, please get in touch
Prices Valid for Sale in Nepal Only
This piece can be made in silver or gold on request