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Jewellery kaleidoscope

Farah Khan Fine Jewellery kaleidoscope

Farah Khan Fine Jewellery kaleidoscope

Butterfly ring with diamonds, tsavorites, rubies, sapphires and crystal set in 18k yellow gold. Farah Khan Fine Jewellery kaleidoscope

Farah Khan jewelry kaleidoscope
Undoubtedly, India has always been a powerful source of inspiration for European jewelers of the early 20th century. For example, Jacques Cartier and many lesser known jewelers have visited this country, not to mention the fact that the Maharajas brought their treasures to Paris to remodel them into modern jewelry. Yes, today Indian motifs are again relevant – both in high-quality jewelry and in decorations for bohemians. Noteworthy, India today occupies a leading place in the world for jewelry production. Also, young Indian jewelers get the prestigious awards in international design competitions. Scattered around the world, immigrants from India are very visible in the jewelry world. In their works there is always a national color and traditional technologies.
One of the most successful and talented jewelry designers who gained international fame is Farah Khan. Creating decorations for bohemia, she embraces all international trends, and meanwhile adds her creative flair. One of such trends, in particular – her three-finger rings. There are no big gems, but there is a style with an ethnic touch. Full of kaleidoscope of ideas, Farah Khan has her unique way of design and style – pastels, carved gemstones, birds, unique colour combinations, innovative jewels and many more.

Farah Khan Fine Jewellery kaleidoscope

Peacock bracelet in yellow gold with iolite tsavorites and brown and colorless diamonds. Farah Khan Fine Jewellery kaleidoscope

Noteworthy is her latest collection featuring an exotic garden with gorgeous studded flowers and birds, perhaps the main inspiration for her. These birds look so realistic, that it seems they are going to move any moment.

Called “The queen of Emeralds”, Farah Khan Ali launched her jewellery brand in 2004. According to the Blackbook 2015, she entered the list of TOP 50 most influential women in India. Among her most notable awards are 2013 “Best Jewellery Designer Award”, 2011 “Best Fashion contemporary jewellery”, and “Innovative Jewellery Award” in 2010.

Farah Khan Fine Jewellery kaleidoscope


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