‘Power of Light’ is a bespoke collection inspired by Sursock museum’s architectural window designs and based on the lotus flower, a symbol for rebirth and purity. The lotus flower design which graces the rose windows, fanlights and the traceries of Sursock Museum is one of the most revered spiritual symbols and is what inspired Nada for this collection. The lotus designs, exude elegance, beauty, perfection and purity, and I hope that women feel the same wearing this collection.” She adds
Power of Light’ collection includes rings, earrings, chokers, bracelets and cuffs; comes in 18k yellow, white or pink gold with diamonds and semi-precious stones.
‘Blat Beirut’ which translates to English as ‘Tiles of Beirut’ is inspired by the gorgeous designs on tiles that grace period homes found in the city. "During the winter days we were forced to stay inside. Where kids today look down to their tablets and play video games, we looked down to the ground and using the tiles of the floors to play hopscotch, we hopped on our tiptoes to get across the tiles.” said Nada Ghazal, Founder and Creative Director of Nada G™. "The designs on those tiles are forever engraved in my mind and now I’ve imprinted them on rings.”
‘Blat Beirut’ features various patterns including flowers, hearts, stars, and geometric shapes. The collection comes in 18k yellow, white or pink gold with a tile design imprinted on enamel and adorned with diamonds, and precious stones.
‘IDentity’ is a bespoke collection aimed at those who believe in unifying the cultures of the world by melding the East and the West to create a synergy of one people, one place, and one ‘IDentity’. "There is no denying how the intersection of East and West has helped people attain new heights of human culture; ‘IDentity’, is an homage to those who have flourished as a result of intense activity of cultural transmission between the various cultures.” Says Nada.
‘IDentity’ collection includes rings, ear cuffs and cuff-links made with 18k gold and diamonds.
‘Khaizaran’ is inspired by the craft and design of chair caning. "The Khaizaran chairs were ever present in my childhood. I remember before Eid we would rigorously wash the surfaces of the chairs. My mother, grandmother and aunts would form delicate rings out of biscuit dough and before putting them on trays to bake in the oven, they would hand them to us children to dip in sesame and then gently press them on the surface of the chair so that the print of the chair would emboss on the biscuits. The biscuits came out of the oven lightly golden and we would pretend they were bracelets.” Says Nada.
‘Khaizaran’ collection, made of 18k gold and diamonds, which includes rings, bracelets, cuffs, and cuff-links.