The jewelry between art déco and India by Zaabel, a brand born in Seattle ♦ ︎
Jewels for two: Hina Israr and Sooryia Tharayil. Hina, Indian roots, grew up in the Middle East and lived in Dubai, India, Australia and currently lives in Seattle, after having worked for investment banking and private equity companies. Sooryia graduated with honors from India at the prestigious National Institute of Fashion Technology. Together they founded Zaabel, a Seattle-based jewelry company, but sells online all the world.
Objective: to create contemporary, sophisticated, and above all not boring jewels. And also inspired by art deco, like the pieces you see on this page. Clean geometric shapes, precious stones, colored, with the use of enamel, 18 carat gold, white diamonds, but also kynite, a stone that is often called kyanite and can take on a deep blue color, lapis lazuli, tsavorite, opals, sapphires. The style is, in fact, art deco, but with spaces and voids that recall some decorations found in Mughal architecture. In short, a mix of cultures, as is the cultural background of the two founders of Zaabel.