There is no limit to perfection. This was the motto chosen by the Gandhi family when in 2004 they founded the jewelry House of Kamyen. After dedicating thirty years to cutting and selling diamonds, the brand entered into the world of Haute Joaillerie with a full understanding of the process, the best practices and well-established connections. The stones come from their own sources in Botswana and Russia. Rough minerals get their shapes in the parent company’s workshops in Belgium. Then small private ateliers in the territory of India, Italy and Switzerland produce jewelry in an amount of no more than two hundred items per year.
The traditional principles of craftsmanship
The creation of jewelry is an art. It is not taught in school or college — everything comes with experience and practice. The Gandhis keep up with innovation, research and discoveries. They are not afraid to issue a challenge and take on orders of increased complexity, which other ateliers politely refuse.
Despite recent developments in jewelry manufacturing technology, Kamyen remains within the line of the traditional principles of craftsmanship. The brand develops exclusive cuts for its customers, experiments with design, and constantly improves its skills. And in its assortment number there will be products for every taste and budget — both classical forms and oriental ones, with the stones of higher characteristics, as well as the quite budgetary.
The secret showroom
From the very beginning, the House policy was aimed at complete confidentiality. Its founders refused to open boutiques, put their jewelry on Hollywood stars and advertise them in glossy magazines. To see all products of the brand, as well as to place an order for an Haute Joaillerie creation, it is only possible in the secret Dubai showroom. Here everyone will be heard, understood and for sure will have their dreams come true.