How many stages does a chunk of gold passes through to acquire a shape that deserves acceptance as an ornament!
How designers and artisans work hand in hand to produce infinite varieties day-in day-out to give you absolute latest!
Its a mystery
Sutrela Kundan Bangles
India is the master of handmade jewellery. Artisans here put their souls into the piece they make.
Here we have different kinds of craftsmanship such as Jadaau Jewellery, Bengali Jewellery, Rajasthani Jewellery, Meenakari Jewellery, Garhwali Jewellery, Temple Jewellery etc., etc., etc…….
Topping all is Kundan Gold Jewellery from Rajasthan.
It’s said that the artisan pours his blood through his sweat while making a piece of impeccable Kundan art.
One of the magnificent thing being made in Rajasthani Kundan artwork are SUTRELA BANGLES, studded with polki diamonds, having intrinsic meenakari with head faces of elephant or peacock or lion.
Meenakari is just magnificent in these kind of bangles.
The main uniqueness of these bangles lies in its flexibility!!!
Yes “flexibility” you can twist it just like a dragon!!!
Just watch the following link and watch yourself.
Indeed this is a very heavy piece of jewellery to be able to worn on parties only.
The weight of one pair may vary from 150 gms to 200 gms of gold.
Manufacturing one pair of these bangles doesn’t take days or weeks but months!
But its really a product of adornment.
It’s really an excellent piece of art ever invented.
How many times do you sell out your entire inventory?
“Inventory turnover” represents the number of times you sell out your entire inventory in one year. This can be worked out very easily by dividing sales with closing stock or average inventory.
In case of jewelry business, the ratio should be calculated based on weight instead of amount. If sale of 22KT is say 30kgs in the entire year and average stock during the year of such chains is say 10kgs, the inventory turnover ratio will be 30/10 = 3. This means you have turned your inventory of 22KT jewellery 3 times in a year.
You can apply same formula on different categories too such as 18KT, 23KT etc jewellery or itemised jewellery such as sets, tops, chains, rings etc. and now the performance of each in comparison to previous years.