Rendezvous – Hand Crafted Jewelry at The Sandalwood Room – Jonaki – 31 October

And if someone were to show me jewelry as unique, I would grab it. So here I am at The Sandalwood Room to check out if I can get a preview of the Jonaki line of jewelry.

Jonaki show

I have this thing about hand-crafted stuff for me and my home. It makes me feel special, it makes me feel I AM UNIQUE!

The Sandalwood Room’s Jonaki show is just in time. Diwali is round the corner, parties galore and I want jewelry that is fresh and original, to go with my ‘some-completely-Indian-ethnic- outfits’  and ‘some-indo-western’.

I had jewelry on my mind when I stepped in, but a browse around The Sandalwood Room, the Great Diwali Sale had multiplied my shopping bags. Stuffed with irresistible beauties for me and my family. Feeling sort of guilty for having over-indulged, my thoughts at the billing counter were to eject some items from the heap that lay between me and the desktop. But lo and behold ! I didn’t have to – I had earned some money! I was now entitled to the Diwali vouchers that saved me a cool $100!

The Sandalwood Room Diwali Voucher

I walked out with a spring in my step and made a mental note of spreading the word around to my friends. It’s a big high  when you got a deal or a bargain that none of your friends have gotten yet.”

We were thrilled to hear this from a customer all beaming as she walked out of The Sandalwood Room , her hands shifting shopping bags from one to the other. Our Diwali vouchers are aplenty, earn as you shop – $5, $10, $15, $20, $50, $100

Coming back to the Jonaki jewelry, which is not a part of the Diwali sale. It is an exclusive pop up show hosted by The Sandalwood Room for their discerning customers. Singapore, make a note of the date:

  • 31st October, 2015
  • 11 am and 8 pm 

A fine coming together of two enterprises that are passionate about handicrafts and the handcrafted – The Sandalwood Room and Nine By Thirty. Aparna Das Sadhukan, the jeweler behind Nine By Thirty likens hand-crafted jewelry to freshly baked bread. A subtle analogy that says a lot.

Every item of Nine By Thirty  jewelry has been inspired by a story of people around the jeweler, making every piece only one of its kind, never to be replicated. Nothing at NBT is sourced out, each stunning piece of jewelry is a product of the jeweller’s creativity born out of dreaming ideas. In the artist’s own words, ” Hand-making anything is fun, there is a certain thrill I feel each time I hand-make something ”

And so the magic of her imagination gets translated into such fine and never-to-be-found-anywhere-else jewelry.

Sample these

Hand-strung green Malachite and grey Labradorite, both polished on one side and left raw on the other, with sterling silver goddess pendants a la temple jewelry style.

Jonaki jewelry at The Sandalwood Room

Gold foil covered Dholki wax beads paired with stone studded silver pendant.

Jonaki collection at The Sandalwood Room

Soothing Aquamarine, unpolished on one side and smooth on the other, hand-strung with turquoise studded Afghani silver pendant.

Jonaki collection at The Sandalwood Room

Volcanic lava and coral beads interestingly strung with vintage silver coins and Rajasthani coloured-glass studded silver pendant.

Jonaki collection at The sandalwood Room

Click here or on The Sandalwood Room button on the side-bar to your right to explore.

Located at:

76, Prinsep Street (just off Selegie Road), Singapore 188663
Phone: (65) 6883 2369 and (65) 9786 5896
Landmark – Next to Red House seafood restaurant at Prinsep Street.
Business Hours:
Monday – Friday: 11 AM – 8 PM
Saturdays: 11 AM – 2 PM 

Email: thesandalwoodroom@gmail.com ,

Website: http://www.thesandalwoodroom.com

Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/thesandalwoodroom/?fref=ts

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