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Amethyst anklet, 'Illusion'

Item # 39156
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Drifting like dreams in silver settings, amethyst creates a lovely illusion. Shubhra Singh's design alternates circular gems with sterling rings for an anklet of tantalizing beauty.

.925 rating silver. Made in India.

  • Lobster claw clasp
  • 10.6" L x 0.2" W
  • Weight: 0.42 oz
  • Sterling silver and amethyst
  • Offered in partnership with NOVICA, in association with National Geographic.

Ships directly from our partner office in India. Please allow 2 to 4 weeks for delivery. This item is not available for express shipping and cannot be delivered to PO Boxes or APO/FPO.

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Artisan: Shubhra Singh

Artisan Shubhra Singh

"Music and art have always fascinated me. I remember when my aunt gave me an old sitar. I was 20 years old at the time, and I was so exited to own such priceless piece that I immediately started to learn how to play it.

"As I grew up, I decided to do something more substantial for my career. I wanted to do something of my own, free from any ties. Then one day, I thought to myself why not use my creativity to design jewelry? This idea motivated me take a two-year course in jewelry design.

"I learned the basics of silversmith, like cutting sheet, wiring, melting, stone setting, finishing and polishing -- basically all the pre-requisites to be a jeweler. When I mastered the techniques, I needed to start designing so I took a course in enameling called meenakari work. When I finished the course, I started venturing into the competitive market of jewelries. My parents were apprehensive, but when they recognized I had talent, they knew that I could make it.

"After a while, I set up my workshop under the Sanskrit term Dyuti, meaning 'radiance.' Slowly people began to appreciate my work, and with the kind support of my well-wishers, I was fortunate to participate in quite a few exhibitions. I have also participated in one of the most talked about exhibitions, the Delhi Blind Relief Association."

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