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Magical mehndi jewelry designs

Mehndi mandala jewelry handmade in sterling silver. Shop online.

Exclusively available in our brand new USA online jewelry store are these magnificent mehndi mandala inspired pendants and earrings. And we're pretty sure you'll fall in love with them.

I'm especially happy with these gorgeous and very intricate sterling silver jewelry designs and they're already proving very popular.

The jewelry pieces are based on a mehndi mandala, the full version of which is available as a truly stunning statement pendant.  

The smaller pendant is a quarter of this mandala and the mehndi earrings are an eighth.  These two designs are available either with a gorgeous rhodolite (or rose garnet) gemstone setting or the pendant and earrings are also available in plain silver.  Or as plain as you can get with such an intricate design!

It's worth noting that the mehndi designs will make beautiful and exotic wedding or bridal jewelry.

Some history

We first designed and released the smaller pendant and earrings in our Australian store some years ago.

They were much loved designs, but were very labor-intensive to make, so we decided to take a break from producing them.

With some changes to our jewelry making methods we're really excited to be able to bring them back again - and especially to being able to make the big, bold and beautiful full sized pendant available, which is something I always dreamed of doing.

If you're in Australia, these pieces will be launching in our Australian online store soon - stay tuned!

Simone Walsh is an artisan jewelry designer and maker who has been creating unique handmade jewelry designs for over 25 years. She lives and works in a beautiful seaside location outside Adelaide in South Australia, where she enjoys views of the ocean and rolling hills. Simone is the Founder & Creative Director of Simone Walsh Jewelry.


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