Origin:  Designed In Britain, Handcrafted in Bharat 

Dimension: TBC cm (approx.) 

Colour: Gold & Turquoise

Material: 18kt Gold Plated Brass

Semi-precious Stones: White Moonstone


This beautiful and unusual bangle style bracelet has been designed by our UK artisan whose collection has been popular with our very own Duchess of Cambridge. It features a single row of seven square and oblong cut white Moonstone gemstones. Handcrafted and empowered with vibrant semi-precious stones it provides a confident and elegant look.


Designed to adjust to any wrist size, the end of the chain suspends a branded flower charm. The slim mosaic semi precious stone bracelet, combined with its organic textures and lustrous gold, stands out even when stacked with other fine bracelets or bangles.

Pair it with our Mosaic Long Gemstone Stud Earrings for a definitive look.


Also, available, Mosaic Magnesite Turquoise Bracelet.

Great gift idea for Birthdays, Anniversaries, Christmas and Valentine's Day.


Buying this product will support artisans that live on extremely low income as well as promote UK designers.

Mosaic Single Row Bangle - White Moonstone

  • Our artisan was once a professional chef in some of London’s prestigious restaurants. He developed his love for jewellery design during his extensive global travels.  One one such visit to South America, he was inspired by the indigenous artisans in South America and returned to Britain with a new ambition. He launched his first collection of beautiful jewellery in 1995. He has not turned back since and even pursued a three years design course at the Sir John Cass faculty of Art, Architecture and Design in London, to nurture this interest and refine his craftmanship.


    Today, the artisan's collection is stocked by leading brands. More recently, his collection was made popular with our very own Duchess of Cambridge who wore the Semi-Precious Kate Drop Earrings on a visit to Australia and other occasions.


    Over the years he has used artisans to handcraft many of his designs, including artisans in Bharat. What we like about this artisan's venture is his passion for promoting and supporting dying crafts.