MARCELA ANDRE JEWELS FOR LOVE AND CELEBRATION
Jewels Andre Gallery is one of the most unusual jewel gallery: World-Class Jewelry that is one-off, unusual stones and cut-gems, in unusual and unrepeated designs and materials. Custom-jewels our specialty. Ceremonies in San Miguel or southern France, Mexico or the USA, England, Australia and Holland: Marcela Andre creates in honor of anniversaries and occasions.
International studies and services within the spiritual yoga New York schools, yoga and meditation certification as master teachers bring a unique, prestigious and authentic authorship to healing jewels, gems and regalia to empower the light, love, health and peace within.
Official photographer and master of regalia to beloved Teacher Satchidanandanda Saraswati.
We have a century in silversmithing atelier expertise, Marcela Andre is a direct descendant of French Huguenot diamond jeweler, Narcissus Julien.
The Gallery is an anachronistic jewelbox with radiant flair, independent design, and excellent multidisciplined skills.
Marcela Andre jewels are registered with a lifetime guarantee.
“World-class jewelry to inspire you, by a designer conceived on a wedding night over the ocean cliffs of the Pacific, trained the eyes on the beaches in front of Big rock in Malibu beachcombing as a thrilled child discovering ocean moonstones, artful abalone fragments and the natural contours of the shore among sea anemones and their eloquent voice as cast-off shells crusted with radiating circles of beauty and elegant pastel lavenders and pearly bumps. "How unusual!" beloved grandmother Alo would always congratulate my selection of irregularly-shaped seashell fragments sanded into prefect modern art by the Pacific Ocean's endless lullaby of surf with frothy bubbling lace collars. After Malibu life's tides brought me to find meteorites among the sweet orange tree groves further south, living in a new home, amethysts brought home replacing seashells, and the stories of creation - in geology and of people - and of bravery and gilded beauty in the 18th Century around the globe, transforming beauty, in the crucible of change and knowledge, into precious metals, gems and traditionally lucky and auspicious numbers on brocades from our native Earth, lasting tokens of beauty of world cultures, our rememberance in the future.”
-- Marcela Andre 2017
Original Sustainably-Sourced Design