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Shana Gulati

With its mix of contemporary and traditional designs, quality materials and authentic workmanship, this jewelry reflects the influences of its designer, Shana Gulati, a former lawyer inspired by the beauty, lifestyle and culture of both her native India and her hometown of New York City. With this unique combination of style and spirit, Shana Gulati's jewelry portrays femininity in all its complexities. Each piece is handmade in Jaipur, set in sterling silver and tested to be cadmium-free, nickel-free and hypoallergenic. Pieces in gold are gold vermeil, a process where a thick coating of gold is applied to sterling silver. This process allows pure metals to be melded together, without nickel or other inferior metal alloys. All the diamond pieces are made of authentic up-cycled diamonds.

  • Country: USA
  • Brand business card: Authentic diamond mosaic jewelry

Brand designer

Shana Gulati

Shana Gulati, a lawyer turned jewelry creator, is the heart behind this brand. Inspired by the beauty, lifestyle, and culture of her native India and her hometown of New York City, Shana works to blend aspects of both worlds into her jewelry. Shana’s designs feature an eclectic blend of contemporary and traditional elements.

Jewelry production

Locally made

Our artisan process is certainly noteworthy and highly sought after among fine jewelry connoisseurs. Here there is no factory conveyor belt or repetitive mold that is stamped on every piece. Rather, Shana Gulati’s vision involves a small, close-knit team of kaarigars (artisans) who work together to bring her creative designs to life. This collaborative endeavor ensures that every handcrafted ornament receives delicate care and excellent attention to detail. The kaarigars here in Jaipur, India are exceptionally skilled in their art of custom jewelry creation.

India is no stranger to lavish jewelry and adornments

The country’s culture has long emphasized wearing fine clothing and gems, no matter the social class. These centuries-old Indian jewelry craftsmanship methods are still seen in kaarigars’ work today. One particular style is known as Kundan setting, and it involves laying gemstones directly into enamelled surfaces, typically within pure 24-carat gold (Kundan). Our kaarigars utilize similar methods when bonding pieces like the authentic upcycled diamond mosaics. Comparable to the jewelry created long before our time, these handset pieces are designed to last.

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