Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II always makes meaningful and intentional jewelry choices. She has made many of her timely and significant jewelry selections nod to the love of her…
This March we’re celebrating women from around the globe and what better way to honor women than to commemorate women in jewelry. Next week will be our finale, where we’ll be sharing the last of the four most world-renowned and inspiring female jewelry designers who have made history. Today, we’re going to take a closer look at Neha Dani, and how she has made history in the industry.
ABOUT NEHA DANI
Indian high-end jeweler Neha Dani is based in New York City, New York. She creates one-of-a-kind pieces with intricate details and exquisite gemstones, each one making a statement and telling a story of its own.
Neha Dani’s jewels are inspired by nature, from majestic glaciers to cresting waves. Neha Dani truly captures organic forms with a surreal touch. She often aims for a richly ornate with a futuristic look, Neha Dani’s jewels are often painted with vibrant color rhodium finishes.
Neha Dani has designed over 60 pieces of fine jewelry since launching her brand in 2014, each with a unique story to tell and a powerful emotional message.
Neha Dani has already received the Rising Stars Award at the JCK show in Las Vegas in 2014, and her work has been featured in Juliet Weir-de la Rochefoucauld’s book ‘Women Jewellery Designers.’ Her Amarante handcuff (below) and Brassica earrings (below) were recently featured in Sotheby’s ‘In Bloom’ sale exhibition in New York, where she received the FGI’s 2019 Rising Star Award.
NEHA DANI’S WORK
Whether you’re an up-and-coming jewelry designer, jewelry enthusiast, or just a girl with big dreams, we hope that you have left reading this article feeling mindblown – we certainly have.
“One should either be a work of art, or wear a work of art.” – Oscar Wilde
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Written by Bianca Mac Donald