Stunning Artisan Jewelry In Traditional Styles
Stunning Piece of Artisan Jewelry For All Occasions, Sure To Please That Special Someone - Come Explore The Many Impressive Designs Of Our Stylish Jewelry.
Our collection of artisan jewelry offers you authentic, stunning artisan jewelry handcrafted in Egypt, Turkey and Pakistan by artisans following centuries-old traditions. These pieces are made with sterling silver and natural stones, presented in custom jewelry boxes and velvet pouches. It's a perfect presentation when giving gifts to that special someone.
Our artisan jewelry also signifies the unique, rich meaning of Islamic heritage. Many of our silver pendants are crafted with the word Allah or God. One necklace in particular features a bold blue pendant with the word Allah in stylish calligraphy surrounding the petals of a flower positioned in its center.
Filigree pieces in both gold plate and silver are also delicately made by hand in a style uniquely akin to the artisans of Anatolia, Turkey. Sterling silver "Water Lilly" and "Rosette" necklaces are two stunning examples of these Turkish artisans impressive work. The pendants are fastened to a substantial, beaded rope chain with a lobster claw clasp.
They come in an ideal long length that will not be hidden behind your scarf.
Other artisan crafted jewelry features verses from the Quran, hand engraved onto Aqeeq, or agate. One hand engraved piece is said to protect from the evil eye. The Aqeeq is set in sterling silver, framed in gold and clasped onto a natural leather necklace with a lobster clasp. Aqeeq, according to tradition, is a stone favored by the Prophet and thus has deep spiritual significance and meaning for many Muslims.
We also offer more contemporary pieces, such as our sterling silver Allah necklace in fluid calligraphy script in small and large options.
The pendant comes in your choice of polished silver or 22 carat gold plate over a silver finish. They are ideal, unique pieces for both men and women.
Find a wide selection of artisan jewelry right here at Artizara.com
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