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A handmade hand harness with shell motifs and delicate chain detailing. Both wrist closure and rings are adjustable—one size fits all.
18K Gold on Brass
12.2" x 5.1" + 2.8 extender
The Haath Phool is a form of hand harness that directly translates to ‘flower of the hand.' A quintessential design for the Haath Phool typically consists of a wrist bracelet which is attached to a circular ornament or medallion resting on the back of the palm (the ‘phool’) by chains or beaded strands, further connected to the five fingers.
The Haath Phool’s origins can be attributed to the Mughals, who brought it to the country by way of Persia. What makes the hath phool so culturally significant is that it is rooted in Asian culture, and was popular across Persia, Caucasia, Russia, Arab countries and even China.
Today, the Haath Phool continues to be part of the Solah Shringar or 16 bridal ornaments that a Hindu bride typically adorns herself with on her wedding day — a custom that has been passed down for generations.
All our products are handmade using ancient lost-wax casting method by gifted artisans in Jaipur, India. Each piece is unique and made in limited quantities. Find our step-by-step process here.
Care for this piece like you would for your shells from the beach.
To avoid the wearing of your plating, remove when in contact with water, cleaning solutions, lotions and perfumes. All our pieces come with a Ziploc, silica gel pack and a handcrafted jewelry box for storage and longevity of plating.
This product will be shipped out in 1-3 business days from Calcutta, India. If you would like your order delivery expedited please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll try to accommodate your request. We ship worldwide, you can find our shipping + return policies here.