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Those of you who thought that being a dance teacher, a Ph.D student and mother of A Silver Lining two kids was akin to hanging on a creative precipice with nothing more beyond, surely haven't met Kavita Golechha. Her professional life glimmers like a silver trinket as she sucessfully runs a small home store called Silver Lining. It sells exquisitely designed and crafted silver jewellery. Turned out a per her aesthetic wish.

Perhaps all this was inevitable for a girl who hailed from the house of Ram Karan Hiralal Javery, the official jewellers of the Bhonsales of Nagpur. Hailed from a house where generations were into the jewellery business. Jewellery is surely in Kavita's blood. But why didn't she continue with what the family did for generations? Why did she get into, of all things, silver? "I grew up seeing diamonds, emeralds and precious jewellery. But not too many people can afford that. I wanted to create something that is grand and also affordable' Kavita reminisces. "For the price of one gold necklace, you can buy so many pieces in silver," she adds matter of factly.

Graced with silver Inspired by the ethnic Rajasthani ware and the more exotic Nepalese jewellery (she grew up in Darjeeling), Kavitha,after five years of research on silver, launched Silver Lining in 1997 along with her sister-in-law, Sudha Goleccha . The duo had surely done their homework. They moulded silver into myriads of fascinating jewellery items. A unique, and perhaps the most popular one being the snake chains made in varying sizes, thicknesses and designs. This is not to say that the bracelets, earrings, necklaces, key chains, bangles and so many other things at the Silver Lining are less enchanting. In fact, the bottom line of the small home store says, "Anything in silver can be made to order."

Over the years, Silver Lining has expanded into designing antique jewellery, idols, lamps, hookahs and trays. The range of jewellery is suitable for daily wear as well as occasional wear and is simply irresistable as that special gift. Her prized collection is also on display at the Prized Possessions in Banjara Hills.Kavita travels extensively; picks up rare pieces from all over the country and innovates. " I picked up a piece of a broken earring and used it as a locket," she adds.

It is this zeal that makes Silver Lining a treasure store of exciting discoveries.

Address: 195, Akarshan Banjara, 303, Avenue 7, Road No 3, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad-500 034
Phone: 3541381
Contact Person: Kavita Golechha


-Divya Unnikrishnan

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