Ornate designs in gold layered over sterling silver with bright, colorful gemstones create a classic and timeless look with a contemporary story to tell.
Artisan Collection of Turkey
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Handcrafted Jewelry from Turkey
The fusion of old and new world charm comes together in timeless jewelry designs as part of the Artisan of Turkey Collection. Handcrafted in Turkey and refined by an art form spanning over 3,000 years, these detailed designs showcase a contemporary vibe, yet feature styles rarely seen today. Go back in time with intricate filigree work in sterling silver or 18k gold over sterling silver with colorful, faceted gemstones. This colorful collection also features classic Byzantine looks with ornate scrollwork. Discover the extraordinary and exquisite beauty of the Artisan Collection of Turkey.
History of Turkey Jewelry Design
Handcrafted Turkish jewelry reached its peak in the 16th century. The jewelry was crafted from natural materials such as leather, bone, glass, mother-of-pearl, horn, and various metals and was known to be extremely colorful. Vibrant gemstones, such as rubies, sapphires, turquoise, and agate were popular in Turkey at that time. Incorporating colors and different metal designs into jewelry making globally changed the fashion world during the Ottoman Empire and modern-day Turkey.