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Honeysuckle Necklace

JOD 59


Tamara took part in Turquoise Mountain jewellery training in 2020. As part of her graduation project, Tamara designed a collection depicting Honeysuckle leaves that she found in her garden and includes a pair of pendant earrings, a necklace, a ring and a bracelet. Suitable for all ages, the collection could be worn all together or each piece on its own as a statement piece (see you may also like below).

Care instructions

Clean using a soft cloth with mild dish soap and warm water. Rinse and rub gently until dry.



Jewellery is one of the most revealing art forms - it tells us how people view themselves and what they value in the world. In the Levant, it has a very long and rich history dating back to the 3rd millennium B.C. Among the oldest examples of jewellery are those found in Queen Pu-abi’s tomb at Ur in Sumer, now called Tall al-Muqayyar in Iraq. Sumerian jewellery has inspired much of the forms that have been developed since. Although its making techniques have somewhat changed since the time of the Sumerians, many have remained unchanged.

At Turquoise Mountain Jordan, we aim to preserve these techniques through our training programmes and collaborations with local and international designers.

Turquoise Mountain Jordan

1 Fawzi Al-Maalouf Street Jabal Amman, Jordan

Opening Hours
Saturday to Thursday from 10:00 to 23:00