Omyoki natural stone bracelets are fine jewellery, with flavors from elsewhere. Zen or refined designs, at the crossroads between French fashion and Buddhist influences. Every year we go there, to Nepal, to work on new models with Mahesh, our craftsman-partner.

Read more

Where are our natural stone bracelets made?

Lapis lazuli braceletOur bracelets are made by Mahesh. He is an incredibly meticulous craftsman! He lives in the suburbs of Kathmandu, in the family home, with his parents, his wife and his 2 children. He has been making natural stone malas and bracelets for over 14 years! 14 years of stringing pearls, with patience, gentleness and tranquility. Mahesh is very religious, when he makes his jewelry he seems to be in active meditation. This person emanates an absolute calm, a peaceful strength. Well known in his neighborhood, it is not uncommon to see one or two friends from the surrounding area come to chat and drink tea.

Fine stones

The natural stones of our bracelets, also called fine stones or gems. Most of them come from the region where the jewelry is made. You will find a lot of turquoise, moonstone, labradorite, rose quartz, natural agates and many more, which come from India and neighboring countries. For some bracelets we use wooden beads and lotus and tari seeds. The threads of the bracelets are strong and tested. For each creation, particular attention has been paid to the choice of stones and finishes, in order to offer quality and long-lasting jewellery.

Ethical and fair trade jewelry

Because we are in search of meaning, we commit ourselves directly by donating €1000 per year to humanitarian projects in the Himalayan regions, through the Karuna Sheshen or Cha Aya association. In addition to this, 3% of each piece of jewelery YOU buy is donated to this organization and you contribute directly to the support of local populations. To find out more, discover our humanitarian commitments, or our actions in nepal.

Refine

Price range :

Sort by:
New
River bracelet
22,00