“FILIGREE TECHNIQUE” Filigree is a delicate embellishment in which skilled jewelers painstakingly solder fine, pliable threads of precious metal which are then twisted or curled into a beautiful artistic motif or design of the jewelry, or in this case, the Filigree Wristwear. The word can also be used to describe anything that is very delicate or fanciful. This technique, which has been used for hundreds of years, can take the shape of gorgeous scroll-work, lacy flourishes, symmetrical Art-Deco style designs, and other fascinating motifs.
Having the original Filigree Wristwear collection completely sold out, Jaipur Watch Company is now launching Filigree II Wristwear, with a new color, dimensions, and movement.
About the Coin
KING GEORGE VI - 1 ANNA COIN” Country: India - British
Denomination: 1 Anna Year: 1938-1947 Period: King George VI
Metal: Copper - Nickel
Weight: 3.88 gms
Size: 20.50 mm
Thickness: 1.38 mm
Shape: Scalloped Dodecagon
Obverse: Portrait in Profile of King George VI
Reverse: Value in English, Four Languages, Year
This particular coin was selected as the centerpiece of the Filigree Wristwear because of its flower-shaped scallop design. The dodecagon curve represents the twelve hours of a timepiece.
Inspired by Coin Edge Design
41mm Stainless Steel
King George VI One Anna Coin Surrounded by Filigree Design