Our ethnic silver jewelry draws its style from Indian, Tibetan and Thai influences. Every year we go to these wonderful countries to work with our artisan partners on new models. We choose the fine stones one by one and create unique models. OMYOKI ethnic jewelry is 100% handmade and created in collaboration with carefully chosen craftsmen. Opt for ethical fashion and choose responsible ethnic jewelry made in accordance with the principles of fair trade.

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Omyoki ethnic silver jewelry


Ethnic moonstone ring

  • 925 Sterling Silver

Our jewels are in 925 silver, finely worked by hand. 925 silver contains 92,5% silver and meets an international standard. Quality finishes and meticulous setting of stones are the guarantors of quality and lasting jewelry.

  • Semi-precious stones

The fine stones of our jewelry are mainly from India and surrounding countries, close to the place of manufacture of the jewelry. You will find a lot of moonstone, rose quartz, turquoise, labradorite, larimar, amethyst, lapis lazuli and many more.

Who makes our ethnic silver jewelry?


  • Handmade jewelry in India

Shankar's workshop

is located in the fabulous little town of Pushkar, in the heart of Rajasthan. Shankar is a young Hindu, passionate about his work, a committed family man, very pious and very active in the community. Shankar collaborates daily with other artisans because his workshop is very small and does not have all the necessary tools. This is why creating jewelry takes a little longer than with other craftsmen. But the result is well worth the time! We have been working with Shankar since the beginning of 2019. To conclude, the ethnic silver jewelry that we create with Shankar are often unique, magnificent pieces!

Govin's workshop

is nestled in the heart of Rajasthan. This region of northeast India has been renowned since the dawn of time for its jewelry expertise. Indeed, Rajasthan is a very colorful region with immense cultural wealth. This is why this region is one of the most touristy in India. I met Govin in 2017, through several trading friends in Europe. Everyone advised me to go see Govin and what a meeting! Govin, Muku, Eddy, and a few artisans work with fervor on silver, setting, brushing, polishing.

Indeed, the workshop is a real Ali Baba's cave, full of a thousand semi-precious stones. In other words, no machine, apart from something to polish! All ethnic silver jewelry is handmade, from A to Z. Forget about machines, even the simplest ones. This is why it is all the more incredible to see the birth of these ethnic silver jewelry with perfect finishes.

  • Handmade jewelry in Thailand

Lek's workshop is located in the north of Thailand, near Burma. The Karen, tribes of the northern mountains, are very skilled with their hands. The Karen work with fabric and silver. Unlike many countries they use purer silver, composed of 95 to 98% silver, instead of 92,5% which is a standard. This is why ethnic Thai silver jewelry is often thicker.