Silver is a greyish-white metal blessed with a brilliant metallic radiance. Gifts made of silver have a perceived intrinsic value. Silver artifacts beautifully merge the aesthetic charm of traditions with impressive elegance. They are among the most popular gifts of any season.
Available at Delhi:-Dariba Kalan, Ravissant
Mumbai shop :-Silver House
Available at Kolkata:-Chamba Lama, Dakshinapan Shopping Centre
Bangalore shops :-Cauvery Handicrafts Emporium, Cinnamon
Available at Jaipur:-Antiquariat India
Chennai shops :-Cottage Arts Emporium, The Museum Company
Available at Pondicherry:-Elegance, New Cottage Arts
The Indian silverware gifting industry has molded itself to the new-age trends. It has come a long way from the mainstay options such as a silver thali or Lakshmi and Ganesha idols to the modern silver dinner sets and tea sets.
Modern designs and motifs are quite evident in the silverware gifting industry as well.
Silver artefacts are typically used as wedding gifts, thank-you gifts, return gifts, baby shower gifts and so on. Silver has intrinsic value.
Silver articles include mirrors, statement clocks, wall art, candle stands, nut bowls, fruit bowls, trays, plates and lamps.
An engraved silver photo frame with Hindu deities makes for the perfect gift item for special occasions. It is easily available in several shops.
In South India, it is a tradition to gift large silver lamps, flower baskets, fruit bowls ,plates and cups as dowry to daughters.
Puja essentials in silver rare also available and widely appreciated. Traditional and old designs are popular even today.
Silver jewelry, tie pins, cufflinks, kurta buttons and brooches are also popular. They add glamour and elegance.