Gemfields unites with 4 Indian jewellers

New Delhi, May 18 (IANS) Gemfields, a global coloured gemstone producer, has collaborated with four Indian jewellery designers for a collection of bespoke pieces.

The international brand has collaborated with a total of 36 jewellers. Among these are four from India – Amrapali, Bina Goenka, Farah Khan Ali and The Gem Place. They have used Gemfields’ emeralds, rubies and amethysts for special lines.

Amrapali has created a set of necklace and earrings using Gemfields’ Mozambican rubies, pearls and diamonds set in yellow gold.

Bina Goenka has crafted a chic embellished potli in 18 karat yellow gold and silver using Gemfields Zambian emeralds, Mozambique rubies, Zambian amethyst, pearls and tourmalines, while Farah Khan Ali’s creation includes a pair of earrings and a bracelet.

Both her creations are in yellow gold with use of Gemfields’ Zambian emeralds, Mozambican rubies and diamonds.

The Gem Palace has incorporated Gemfields Mozambican rubies in one of its earrings design.

Some international brands with whom Gemfields has collaborated include Alexandra Mor, Anndra Neen, Coomi, Dickson Yewn, Dominic Jones, Duffy, Fabergé, Fernando Jorge, Hannah Martin, Hoorsenbuhs, Jasmine Alexander, Jayce Wong and Jordan Askill.

–Ind-Asian News Service

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