Meet a talented artisan who designs beautiful jewelry with the alternative July Birthstone carnelian

One of our favorite Novica artisans is Neeru Goel based in India. Neeru is featured on many of our pages as she loves to work with the gemstones used in birthstone jewelry.

Neeru Goel was raised in India and was inspired by her grandmother’s in-depth knowledge about how jewelry was made and so began developing her own jewelry designs.

Neeru has been associated with Novica for more than thirteen years and over 350 positive reviews are testament to her talents and passion.

Carnelian is the alternative birthstone for July and here are some of Neeru’s beautiful Indian style Carnelian and Sterling Silver pendants:

Carnelian and Sterling Silver Necklace  'Mughal Garden' (India)
Carnelian and Sterling Silver Necklace
'Mughal Garden' (India)
Sterling Silver and Carnelian Pendant 'Incandescent Lilies' (India)
Sterling Silver and Carnelian Pendant
'Incandescent Lilies' (India)
Sterling Silver and Carnelian Pendant  'Royal Amulet' (India)
Carnelian and Sterling Silver Pendant
'Royal Amulet' (India)

View all Carnelian Jewelry by Neeru

View more Carnelian Jewelry by Novica artisans

 

We highly recommend NOVICA which is a fair trade company that sources unique handmade items directly from artisans all over the world.

What do you think of Neeru’s designs? Let us know in the comments below. *Mandy

2 thoughts on “Meet a talented artisan who designs beautiful jewelry with the alternative July Birthstone carnelian

  1. Marianna Sharp

    Neeru, I bought one of your anklets. It was called Joyous Dance. It does not have a clasp or any way of wearing it. It is all welded together. I was very disappointed. When I looked up the reviews, many people had the same problem. Who makes your jewelry?

    • Hi Marianna, Neeru is the artisan and Novica is the company that markets their products. So you would have bought the anklet through Novica? I looked up the Joyous Dance anklet on Novica and there was one 5 star review and in the product description it explains where the clasp is. https://www.novica.com/p/traditional-indian-anklet-jewelry-in-sterling/191508/
      If you have any further queries please contact the organization that you bought the anklet from.
      Regards
      *Mandy

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