The Mughal empire of the Indian sub-continent has a rich tradition of jewelry making and ornate designs spanning several centuries. These traditions have been an evolving source of inspiration for us at pierregemme. The signature piece is a fusion piece inspired by the Oxus treasure from the first Persian empire called the Achaemenid dynasty (550 BC). The Oxus treasure is a collection of 180 surviving pieces of metalwork in gold and silver.
Persian influence became prominent As the Mughal Empire grew rapidly. The Mughal empire were bedazzled with Persia and its refined culture. The women of the Mughal empire lived out their ambitions and aspirations and are an important part of a complete understanding of what was, at its zenith, the grandest empire the world had ever known.
One of the most remarkable female icon in Mughal history was Nur Jahan who was the daughter of a Persian aristocrat. Nur Jahan changed the course of the Mughal empire. She was a brilliant scholar, shrewd ruler, brilliant in creating political tactics and was feared by the greatest ministers of the Mughal court. She was the first Empress whose seal was used to mint coins and was used publicly. She was the first Empress whose seal was used to mint coins and was used publicly.
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Pierre Gemme by HUR
Our craftsmen and craftswomen use non-ferrous metals like bronze, brass and copper to make handcrafted pieces.
Our jewelry is 22k gold plated and made with fine brass.
EVERY PIECE IS A STORY
Each piece tells a story. We create innovative designs, inspired by prominent female figures and moments of history.
We offer 2 months warranty for any plating and breakage.
We believe that every contribution counts to help those in need. We giveback a percentage of sales to non-profits and individuals, usually targeting women.
We are 100% women-led and sisterhood is our creed.