Unique, handcrafted jewelry to help you express your own personal style.
Crafted from pure copper and finished with traditional patina recipes, our best-selling adjustable Pink Copper Cuff Bracelet provides you with a beautiful and unique statement piece to add to your jewelry collection. The hammered finish combined with this cuff’s patina process results in a dusting of pink that highlights the embossed patterns. Coupled with this natural coloration process, the cuff receives a unique finish every single time. As a result, you get a trendy bohemian look that will never go out of style.
Similarly, the intricate and delicate designs that finish every piece of jewelry also add incredible heart and soul to your jewelry wardrobe. Each cuff undergoes a thoughtful and time-consuming creative process similar to the creation of artwork. The level of craftsmanship that goes into each piece of jewelry truly makes it priceless. In addition, the pliable cuff stretches and easily adjusts to fit any wrist.
Individually handcrafted in India, Anju Jewelry presents 100% sustainable, ethically-sourced, and handcrafted artisan jewelry. The artisans use tried-and-true traditional techniques previously passed down from generation to generation. Anju Jewelry strives to create unique, handcrafted products that blend traditional craftsmanship with modern trends. Anju Jewelry commits itself to creating hope for artisans through economic empowerment.
Additionally, all of Anju Jewelry’s pieces are hand-made by workers in the Indian state of Rajasthan. These workers have the traditional metalworking skills needed to produce quality jewelry. However, they were missing a connection to the retail markets. By partnering with these artisan groups in India, Anju Jewelry provides economic opportunities to artists and their families. Not to mention, Anju Jewelry creates an environment that supports cultural heritage, creative expression, and fair-trade practices. Most importantly, from Anju Jewelry’s infancy in 2005 to its successful HSN debut in 2018, it has drastically improved the quality of living for many Indian artisans.