The earings worn by dancers cover the entire ear and have jhumkas at the bottom. The earrings adorned by dancers are usually of two types. The first one is peacock kaan that covers the entire ear, and is in the shape of peacock. The second one is the floral earrings that match the long necklaces and cover the ear. The kapas also have a silver chain that are secured in the hair to hold the earrings in place.
This floral jhumka ear piece comes with chain to support the ear is an excellent example of the intricate silver filigree work. This ear ring can be worn with Ethic wear. This is an integral part of Odissi Dance Ornaments.
Weight – 39.420 g