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Amrapali Launches Ethical Emerald Collection ‘Panna’

Jun 13, 2012 7:54 AM   By Jeff Miller
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RAPAPORT... Amrapali has launched an ethical emerald collection, Panna, which is a direct translation of the Hindi word for emerald. The collection features ethically-mined stones from Gemfields' Zambia licenses. Panna designs were inspired by collections the Maharajas once commissioned to the grand Maisons of Europe and feature  cuffs,  necklaces and chandelier earrings. 

Amrapali has been making jewelry for more than three decades from their Jaipur studios and use traditional Indian techniques. Amrapali's jewelry is available at its Beauchamp Place boutique and in Harrods Fine Jewellery room.
Tags: Amrapali, Colored Gemstone, emerald, ethical, Gemfields, gemstone, India, Jeff Miller, Jewelry, Panna, Rapaport
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