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Rashida S Goryawala likes to design pieces which are commercial as well as royal. Thus, she creates designs which would be loved by all. Flowers, ribbons, and peacocks are her favorite motifs and has converts them into pieces that look extremely lavish. She also has a flair for poetry and describes her designs with short poems, to give the owner of the jewellery a glimpse of the thought process behind the designs. Rashida is from Mumbai who has done her diploma in Jewellery Designing and Manufacturing Technology from the Indian Institute of Gems and Jewellery (IIGJ). She is an E-commerce Jewellery Merchandiser by profession, and is a freelancing jeweller as well as a blogger out of her love for jewellery. She qualified for the National Level in World Skills Competition for jewellery manufacturing and has also participated in IIJW, 2013.

The article featured under Style Quotient -The Retail Jeweller India Magazine

The article featured under Style Quotient -The Retail Jeweller India Magazine

IIJW 2013 at Grand Hyatt, Show:

http://youtu.be/ju2VVfnJ_9U

http://www.diamondworld.net/contentview.aspx?item=8078

http://www.prokerala.com/news/photos/nikhar-bansal-rashida-goryawala-lohita-shetty-87679.html

http://www.bharatstudent.com/cafebharat/photo_gallery_3-Hindi-Events-Derewala_World_Jewellery_Show_at_IIJW_2013-Photo-Galleries-1,8,21435,1.php

My work has been acknowledged by the media. Do write in for any queries or style tips. Would be happy to help!

My work has been acknowledged by the media. Do write in for any queries or style tips. Would be happy to help!

9 Comments

  1. HII.
    THIS ALL DESIGNS ARE VERYY NICEE..BEST OF LUCK FOR FUTURE

  2. Rashida is one of the shining stars of IIGJ Mumbai Andheri, It has been my good fortune to teach her the art of creating creative jewellery.
    Pray to God to shower her with success.

    • Thank you Sir. Your teachings as well as wishes are extremely valuable 🙂

  3. Keep up the good work with the dua of Moulana tus.
    Khuda ghani taraqqi aape.

  4. Beautiful rings! They are so intricate with so many details 🙂

  5. Thanks for posting this. I have been following your blog for a while and
    it always brings me back! I’m a long time follower, but I have never been compelled to leave a comment before.

    Thank you for the cool blog post.

    • You’re most welcome! I’m so glad that you like reading the posts. It would be great if you would subscribed too so that you can receive notifications every time a post goes up. 😀

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