Silver ornaments which are part of the Kodavathi bride’s jewellery include the kaisara ( also referred to as kaipilli ), an assemblage of rings for every finger, articulated to a central silver disc by five ornamental silver chains that cover the back of the hand. Each of the rings has a different motif. A single silver chain connects it a bracelet worn at the wrist. It is worn on both hands. This group of bridal jewellery is generally owned by a few families or individuals, and shared on loan at the time of a marriage.