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Amethyst & quartz brooch, 'Silver Turtle'

Item # 46818
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Sparking quartz crystals cover a finely crafted silver turtle. By Nidhi, the sterling brooch is studded with faceted amethyst. Rhodium-plated.

.925 Sterling silver Made in India.

  • Rhodium-plated
  • Natural stone - some variations in color and/or pattern are to be expected
  • 2.0" L x 1.2" W x 0.4" D
  • Weight: 0.60 oz
  • Sterling silver, amethyst and quartz
  • Offered in partnership with NOVICA, in association with National Geographic.

Ships directly from our partner office in India. Please allow 12 to 24 days 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: Nidhi

Artisan Nidhi

"As a child, I grew up in a fantasyland filled with colors and my imagination. My father was a drawing teacher by profession and he was really creative. It seemed that whatever he depicted came to life. This was so fascinating.

"As I grew up, I became interested in fashion and other creative fields. I decided to study further and this landed me in the National Institute of Fashion Technology where I took a course in accessory design. Here I learned everything about designing, which was -- I think -- the stepping stone to my profession as a jewelry designer.

"Initially, I started with fashion jewelries. Oh, there is so much you can do! All the colorful beads and sparkling stones give me a sense of freshness and youthfulness. And this brings back memories of my childhood when I played with my father's color palette. I still owe my creativity to my dad. It all comes from him.

"A huge part of the Indian population uses imitation jewelry in weddings. Besides, young girls are fond of trendy imitations. Recently, I have started venturing into silver jewelry as well and the response has been great. I blend my design into traditional themes to suit different occasions. I have taught my younger sister and together we create beautiful designs."

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