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I'm happy to have this talented jewelry artist, JEWELS OF INDIA, here on DZFANTASY as a featured shop. After learning a bit more about her by reading the interview below, be sure to stop in JEWELS OF INDIA, to see her beautiful designs.
What led you to start creating your art/craft?
Being an avid fashion follower I realized that the importance of accessories in making or breaking an outfit has reached astronomical levels. So, I decided to try my hand at creating accessories that would "make" any outfit, and hence was born Jewels of India. Being the crafty kind, I took some jewelery-making and sewing courses during my college break and started fashioning bags, scarves and various jewelery pieces.
Sadly, my daily schedule as a law student doesn't allow me to afford the luxury of indulging in my craft on an everyday basis. This shop is my indulgence. It is my way of staying connected to something I feel very strongly about. It is my way of saying that no matter where life takes me fashion will come along with me.
Well, I could go on and on about how I always knew this was my true calling and stuff. But frankly, it all started as a means to create accessories that I could actually use myself. Being a huge fashion addict, I love to accessorise my outfit with statement necklaces, chunky bangles and vibrant earrings. I decided to take a jewelry-making course so that I could make pieces for myself. Later on I realized that I loved creating things for my friends and family and they appreciated my silver handy-work as well. That's when I decided to start selling my handmade sterling silver pieces on Etsy.
Rani Padmini Turquoise Swarovski Earrings - gold finish
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This opulent and unique piece made of bright turquoise Swarovski crystals and beads has been made deriving inspiration from the lavish life of Rani Padmini, queen of Chittor and the wife of King Rawal Ratan Singh. Her story has been immortalized in Padmavat, an epic poem written by Malik Muhammad Jayasi in the year 1540. Legend has it that she was the most beautiful woman of her times, and her husband would pamper her with exorbitant jewels from various nooks and corners of India.
Thanks, JEWELS OF INDIA, for a truly delightful interview and for expressing your thoughts and ideas so wonderfully. May you continue to be able to find time to design and create your beautiful jewelry!
Thanks, JEWELS OF INDIA, for a truly delightful interview and for expressing your thoughts and ideas so wonderfully. May you continue to be able to find time to design and create your beautiful jewelry!To learn more about this talented jewelry artist, be sure to visit the links below.