If you are looking at something really unique for your sibling, then you should opt for silver on this occasion of Raksha Bandhan.
The Rakhi season is here and brothers are busy selecting precious and memorable gifts for their beloved sisters while the sister are all set to purchase the most unique Rakhis for their brothers. If you are looking at something really unique then you should opt for silver on this occasion of Raksha Bandhan.
Episode has come out this month with their exclusive collection of Puja Thalis and Rakhis which are ideal for the season. Each Puja thali is uniquely designed and rare to find. The Rakhis are one-of-a-kind and very different from the usual ones available, just like your brother is.
Available in silver-plated and sterling silver, these luxurious Puja Thalis are sure to brighten up your Raksha Bandhan as you do Puja of your loved ones. This collection is especially designed for the festive occasion of Raksha Bandhan. You can now celebrate this festival with a dash of style in the true Indian traditional way with Episode silver products which are silver plated and sterling silver variants. Every single set is a rarity is itself, just like the brother you have.
Episode's innovative styling showcasing an exclusive repertoire of over 10,000 designs is a legacy of a century of silver smithing, and a work force of generations of crafting skills.
The lineage can be traced way back to 1882 and over four generations, when The House of Whorras, launched its flagship brand, Episode, which is heralded widely as the pioneer in artistic innovation in silverware with unparalleled benchmarks of quality. Each motif epitomizes the ultimate in silverware creativity and is an object of desire
More than 30 years of exposure to working with renowned designer brands like Armani, Sabattini, Ralph Lauren etc, and an in--house modern manufacturing facility, helps Episode to live up to international quality parameters.
Owing to its celebrated lineage, enjoys a legendary status and trust in the most discerning homes of diplomats and society's creme-de-la-creme, who have cherished their family traditions for generations and passed on the legacy to successive generations.