Rowan Set
Rowan Set
The Rowan Set is inspired by the mystical appeal of the rowan tree. Handcrafted from sterling silver, the set comprises a pendant, ring and a pair of earrings. Each piece is fashioned to look like a silver branch, adorned with an oval ruby and a faceted garnet, while the pendant also features a freshwater button pearl. Given an anti-tarnish coat to preserve its delicate beauty, this set has a regal elegance worthy of a princess.

Inspiration: Considered the mother of all trees and plants, the graceful rowan tree represents strength and protection; the ancient druids valued its sturdy wood, and the tree’s sprigs and brilliant red berries were woven into necklaces and used as protective charms in times past.
Content Silver 925/-, ruby, garnet, freshwater pearl
Weight 13.17 g
Chain silver 925/- chain
Content Silver 925/-, ruby, garnet
Weight 9.55 g
Content Silver 925/-, ruby, garnet
Weight 7.26 g

The beauty of Nature is evident everywhere. If we only choose to look, we will find inspiration from the simplest things in the forests and the seas. A tree branch laden with bright berries, colourful corals from the deep blue ocean, the changing seasons – all these and more have proven to be the inspiration for thousands of artists and designers over the millenia.

Enamoured of the natural beauty she has seen on her travels around the world, Datin Umayal Eswaran
was inspired to put together a collection that would reflect nature in all its splendour.

“We often take the beauty of nature for granted. The brightness of a blade of grass, the soft velvety touch of a rose petal, and the filigreed silhouette of the sea fan coral are all examples of the creativity nature displays. The greatest tribute we can pay Her is to attempt to emulate Her ingenuity. The Umayal Collection is our own ode to nature,” says Datin Umayal.
“Combining my own love for our natural heritage with my appreciation for the fine things in life, this collection is designed to be simple yet elegant, and will add a distinctive touch to the wearer’s sense of style. I know it will connect with the hearts and souls of discerning women around the world.”

Inspired by the rustic beauty of tree branches and the intricate lacey designs of corals from the sea, the pieces in the Umayal Collection are artfully fashioned from silver and ornamented with delicate gemstones. Each piece is handmade with the utmost care by skilled craftsmen, ensuring its uniqueness and quality. Created to emulate nature at its best, the Umayal Collection is one that will appeal to those with a passion for nature.

As an executive member of RYTHM Foundation, Datin Umayal adheres to the fundamental philosophy of the Foundation – RYTHM, an acronym derived from the precept ‘Raise Yourself To Help Mankind’, based on the idea of being the change you want to see in the world. A portion of the earnings from the sale of the Umayal Collection will be donated to RYTHM Foundation, for further use in its charity work across the globe, giving help to those who need it most.

General guidelines:

  1. After wearing, wipe your jewellery with a soft cloth.
  2. Put on your jewellery last, after cosmetics, perfume, hairspray and other chemical substances that can be corrosive.
  3. Store your jewellery pieces separately, in a jewellery box or in jewellery pouches, to avoid scratching.
  4.  Be sure to observe the special cautions listed here with regards to caring for your silver jewellery.

Notes on cleaning silver jewellery:

  • Most jewellery pieces are easily cleaned with a liquid detergent solution. For silver jewellery, it is best to use a mild cleaner without bleaching agents or ammonia.
  • Soak the items in a very warm solution of water and detergent, then rinse. A gentle brushing, such as with a soft toothbrush, can be used to loosen stubborn dirt. Don’t soak sterling silver for too long, as it can change some oxidized finishes.
  • Avoid using anything with abrasives or bleach. Both will damage silver. Don’t use toothpaste, scouring powder, or creamy opaque cleaners, as these will often contain abrasives.

Some materials and gemstones are especially vulnerable to damage from ammonia or any hot solution – turquoise, peridot, pearls, malachite, jet, coral and mother of pearl, for example.

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