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Terracotta Earrings

Look Elegant With Beautiful Terracotta Earrings From iTokri.

If you love complimenting your outfits with jewellery and accessories, you know the vital role that earrings are best for your look! It doesn’t matter what you are wearing; there’s no accessory like earrings to make you shine. Among all the different types of earrings, terracotta earrings never go out of fashion. They are elegant pieces of jewellery that add charm to your whole outfit. Along with other natural items such as bone and wood, terracotta is one of the oldest forms of jewellery globally, and terracotta jewellery is made from clay. While terracotta was also used in China for many centuries, its origins and use in India can be traced back to the Harappan and Mohenjo Daro civilisations. It has been patronised by many ancient Indian royal emperors and queens, and it has gained worldwide popularity in today’s world. Vibrant terracotta earrings make you look even more gorgeous and elegant, especially the in-trend terracotta jhumka earrings, which match well with traditional attire and make any woman look more beautiful and regal!

After reading so much about these beautiful earrings, if you are wondering where you can get your hands on these beautiful terracotta earrings online. worry not, you are already at the right place. iTokri has a mesmerising collection of handpainted terracotta earrings online. You can buy terracotta earrings online of the best quality from the inimitable iTokri online store. These unique terracotta earrings are a fantastic addition to your jewellery and accessory collection. We have the best terracotta earrings designs because the artisans work very hard to craft unique and beautiful designs for our customers!

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Get The Very Best Jewellery From iTokri

iTokri has a fantastic collection of terracotta earrings. But, that’s not all! We also have a vast collection of other exciting and beautiful items such as Juda pinstoe ringshair clips,  and many more!

We also have a beautiful collection of other items, including sarees, kurtas, shawls, and accessories such as bags, pouches, juttis, and a lot more. Discover the true heart of India’s traditional arts and crafts at iTokri.

The quality of these items is just superior, and the designs are fascinating as well. So, get your favourites from iTokri today!

Why Choose iTokri?

Choose iTokri handicraft store to buy the best authentic products that celebrate the arts and crafts of India. We always serve our customers products of excellent quality directly sourced from artisans’ workshops from different parts of India. To make the customer experience pleasure, we offer customer support, easy returns and cancellations, as well as international shipping. and You will get nothing short of perfect quality and design here at iTokri.

So, what are you waiting for? Get your favourites today!


Some of the most frequently asked questions are:

1. What is terracotta jewellery made of?

Terracotta jewellery is made of baked clay. Even the word “terracotta” is derived from the Italian term, which means baked earth. The clay is first purified to get rid of all the impurities. Then depending on the purpose, the clay is either shaped with a potter’s wheel (oversized terracotta items) or shaped by hand (for things such as jewellery). For making intricate items like earrings, sharp and precise shaping tools are used. The product is then baked after giving it shape. After it is fully baked and cooled down, it is painted with various colours.

2. Which place is famous for terracotta jewellery?

The places which are famous for terracotta jewellery are Bishnupur in West Bengal and Gorakhpur. People flock to attend fares at Bishnupur to purchase terracotta jewellery.

3. What is the difference between clay and terracotta?

 Clay comes in various colours ranging from white to grey to brown to deep red or orange and is mainly used as raw material for terracotta. Terracotta refers to the distinctive red and orange coloured product that is achieved after the source clay has been shaped and baked.