Temple Jewellery in Sukra Silver, Mylapore | Sukra Silver Chennai

Sukra Silver

Sukra Silver

Sukra Silver


Market :-

Products :- Jewellery  Silver jewellery  

Days Closed :- Sunday

Timing :- 10am-8pm

Phone :- +91 44 2464 0699

Address :- 72, N Mada St, Vinayaka Nagar Colony, Mylapore, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600004

Landmark :- Near Indian Bank

Parking :- Roadside Parking

Bus/Metro :- Kapeleshwar Tank Bus Stop

Price Range :- Depends on the price of silver and the designing.

Payment Methods :- Cash and Card

Chennai Shopping Places- Sukra Silver

Silver articles in Mylapore, Chennai at Sukra Silver is worth a look. This Chennai shop is located near the western entrance to the famous Kpalishwara Temple in Mylapore. Fruit bowls, trays, dinner sets and many more gift items in pure silver are all exquisitely crafted and displayed. So you will find deities, oil lamps in different sizes, candle and incense holders, flower baskets ,silver trays and silver cups in an assortment of sizes & shapes. South Indian women flock to this shop in the Mylapore Shopping Market for silver articles with filigree work. They even have scroll holders.

Temple Jewellery in Sukra Silver

The top floor has temple jewellery. They range from necklaces at Rs. 12500 per piece, to head sets that adorn dancers, at Rs 9000 each and girdles, again worn by dancers. You can also shop around for silver anklets whose price starts from Rs 3000. If you are not the one for traditional stuff, take a look at the silver earrings, pendants and silver sets with antique polish. The prices are around Rs 1000 per piece.

Sukra Silver is one the best shops in Chennai for silver jewelry and temple jewellery.

Bharatnatyam dancers visit this store when shopping in Chennai for Temple jewellery.

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