A set of jewellery consists of a necklace, head-dress and three throatlets.
The three throatlets are:
(First) White swan displaying purity for the unmarried maidens,
(Middle) Red Makara pendant for the married ladies.
(Third) Red swan for the homecoming bride.
The head-dress is a head and forehead chain for the bride known as nalalpati, a very precious item for the bride to be worn at an auspicious time.
Pendants and chains:
3 sisters pendants known as padakam, lucky pendants, elaborate design for evening wear.
Makara pendants with chains and earrings, three being an auspicious number to bring good luck.
Agasti set, a rare stone in gold for daytime wear with saree or dresses.