Ear Chain Imitation Bharatanatyam Jewelry ITJ86
- NS 1375 AI01
- Usually ships within 24 Hrs
This Matti set (also known as Mattil or Mattal) is gold-plated and handmade. It is worn by attaching earrings or Jhumka (Jimikki) to the bottom rings and hooking the top end to the hair a few inches above the ear.
This Matti is popularly used for Bharathanatyam, Kuchpudi and Kathak dance performances. Click here to find matching earrings to go with this Matti set.
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Very pretty and affordable. Timely delivery . Packaging was excellent . I ordered several dance items from this site. I haven't worn for a program yet. Looks really good quality .
The ear chain is good, just like the real one. But the supporting hoke which is used to hold it in the hair is not able to support the heavy chain, so it keeps coming off even after enough usage of hair pins to support it. The hoke needs to be of the same quality as the ear chain itself. All your products are good, but the minor stuff which is essential to hold the product itself is missed out - just like in the case of jimmki.
Lots of compliments for this elegant piece. Very pretty and perfect for a teen+ dancer (big for little kid, but perfect for older ones). Colors are bright and workmanship well done. Shipping was fast too.
High Quality product, fast shipping, great packaging. Thanks!!
Fast shipping. All items were in excellent condition. I have already referred this site to 4 of my friends. Good customer service, good selection and excellent products.
I Ordered the Temple jewellery head set and cloth flowers, hair buns, They delivered on time in good condition and quality is extremely good, I am extremely satisfied with the Items
The jewelery is very pretty and affordable. Delivery was prompt and when one item was accidentally sent incorrectly, the sellers were very accomodating at replacing it promptly as well.
quality -- some of the jewelery links have come apart within one or two times of wearing it (especially pieces that have a part that dangles, such as the center forehead dangle on the head set)