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I’m back with this triangle-patterned necklace. :)
You can also find it on Etsy by clicking this photo.
More pictures soon!
India seems to have lost its way in its intended purpose of becoming a global design and sourcing hub for jewellery. The Indian gem and jewellery industry, including much of the hitherto export-production-only segment, has developed tunnel-vision and appears to be focussed on the domestic market and its specific product demands. 464 more words
Unlike other metals used for making jewellery, stainless steel is an affordable option which is not just durable but also rust & corrosion free. Thus, jewellery made from stainless steel is becoming one of the top choices of people looking for affordable, long lasting and durable options in jewellery. 367 more words
I haven’t created much new jewellery lately but yesterday I grabbed my newly purchased gemstones and while gazing at the little bags I wondered what could I possibly do with them… I had a strand of magnificent Lapis Lazuli from Afghanistan, which is one of the best (as some of you may know) and another strand of one of my favourite gemstones: Chrysocolla, a very green & blue semi-precious stone. 62 more words