Call it tribal chic or ghetto fab, there’s no disputing the originality of the elegant, intuitive jewelry coming from the House of Waris.
Having worked in Rome, Italy acting he found the inspiration for his new collection.The pieces made in Rome are often cast in sleek white gold and encrusted with diamonds. From the Indian workshops come necklaces of carved smoky topaz, yellow gold and tourmaline pendants, and hand-hammered and drilled earrings no two pieces are exactly alike. The diamonds here are discreet, not in the bling-y places you would expect to find them, but running down the outer edge of a miniature dagger, for example. Handmade wooden boxes add the final touch of luxury, with the House of Waris logo burned onto the hinged lid with an iron stamp.
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