Taking inspiration from the organic forms found in nature, the Bombo collection is an ever-growing array of wearable sculptures. In the same way plants and roots yield different shapes in nature, each piece is completely unique and hand-finished. The Bombo rings and earrings are made from sterling silverShop Now
The essence of ancient artifacts is reimagined into bold, hand-crafted pieces of contemporary jewellery in the Rafesh collection. Across the sterling silver surfaces delicate swirls of hand etched detail contrast beautifully against strong, modern shapes to make this collection instantly distinctive.Shop Now
The Move collection challenges the structure of nature versus man-made by offering organic shaped links that make up short and long length necklaces, which flow effortlessly around your neck or wrist. Made of sterling silver or oxidised silver, these signature pieces move from mere jewellery to wearable sculpture.Shop Now
Wherever we go, we leave behind traces of our time there. This collection represents memories – moments that are captured of people, places, and events that settle like sediments in our minds. We continue to paint an idyllic picture on each revisit and sometimes hang onto tainted illusions. These pieces are crafted from sterling silver and coated with vitreous enamel.Shop Now
Lending their structure from a type of wooden window covering used throughout traditional architecture in the Middle East, the Mashrabiya earrings feature the signature latticework characteristic. The intricate patterned panels of a Mashrabiya served purpose beyond their adorned exterior – to convect cool winds and to conceal the occupants of the house, preserving their anonymity. Designed to evoke a sense of mystery,all of the pieces are sterling silver, with a selection also gold platedShop Now
A leaf is a symbol of life and growth. Transformed by the seasons, it falls to the ground and is reborn again. In tribute, this collection begins its journey as a square silver sheet, and guided by artful hammer-work in part, emerges into the shape of leaves. Through this unconventional method, the sterling silver pieces are then gilded with 23.5 karat gold leaf using the Korean technique of Keum-BooShop Now
Shefteshy is a celebration of the skill and workmanship that is required for the ancient technique of filigree, dating back to 3000 B.C. A silversmith must undergo many years of training before they can master the delicate detail, meticulously weaving metal wire threads together. The lace-like composition holds beauty and integrity. This collection of rings and hair jewellery is all hand-made in Cairo’s historical district of Khan El-Khalili, forged from fine sterling silver to tell a storyShop Now
Not Our Words
Rana Mikdashi designs are absolutely stunning! They are beautifully crafted, unique in character and totally different to anything else in the market. I am proud to say that I have been wearing Rana Mikdashi jewellery since the brand launched in 2012!
Rana Mikdashi jewellery is so me! I have identified with her design ethos since we were in college, and I wear them not just as signature pieces of art but also as a bold statement of my personality. She is a super star!
Bold, cool rings have always been part of my signature look, and all credit must go to Rana Mikdashi Jewellery. I just love her aesthetic, and I love the fact that the pieces I have are statements that perfectly reflect my mood, individuality and style. They are simply timeless.
I have a deep appreciation for things that are handmade. When you wear something hand crafted, you can actually feel the artist's unique creativity, and the magical touch of their fingertips. That is exactly how I feel when I wear a Rana Mikdashi piece. It's simply unique!
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The Ancient Art of Filigree
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