Lyra Aquamarine Bracelet
Lyra Aquamarine Bracelet
Dimensions - adjustable. Central motif - 22mm x 22mm
Product : they had to custom fabricate the earrings , they did it on time, and communicaated with me about it during the process
Product : Well made & packaged- lovely piece!
Sterling silver coated with 24ct gold vermeil with aquamarine
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Meet The Designer
Emma Chapman is the winner of Lux Magazine Global Excellence Awards for Best Luxury Handmade Jewellery Designer. The brand has exhibited at London Fashion Week, Premiere Classe in Paris and Accessorize Circuit in NYC. The designer Emma Chapman, uses gorgeous gemstones, precious metals and ancient couture techniques, to create totally unique, regal treasure for the 21st century. Her signature style is luxe-bohemian in flavour, exotic and glamorous. Drawing on old heritage traditions, her jewellery incorporates carving, engraving, enamel, jaali and embossed work. All the jewellery is exquisitely handmade by master goldsmiths and stone –cutters, in her workshops in Jaipur, and has been featured in numerous magazines including Vogue, Harpers, Tatler, Elle and Conde Nast Traveller.
Emma has personal relationships with the craftspeople manufacturing for her and she works with small family units. They meet regularly on excellent terms, as Emma spends several months of the year in Jaipur with them. They are paid well and enjoy good working conditions.