4 Best Place to Get Nice Jewelry in Bali 2017.02.28

Buy some pieces of jewelries in Bali are always great idea. Unique designs, high quality materials used and also a huge selection of jewelry make Bali becomes a paradise for jewel lovers. It does not matter what is your favorite jewelry whether it is silver, gold or even diamond Bali has covered it up! Have a look on our favorite place to shop nice jewelry in Bali:

1. John Hardy

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A worldwide name of silver jewelry now available in Bali. Established in Bali in 1975, John Hardy is dedicated to the creation of ultimate beauty through artisan hand-crafted jewelry. It's time to see with your eyes the combination of traditional Balinese aesthetics and modern fashion which is very impressing, and combined with amazing handy craft skills might be some of the best jewelry collections you have ever seen here.

Aside from the collection, silver workshop and showroom are also available here. A cozy silver workshop with 700 workers who are always patient and creative in every single piece of their art work is one of the great things that you can see here as you will know the whole process.

John Hardy's silver collections are displayed in nice glass cases and showcased a variety of beautiful things at all price points. A reservation one day before is needed if you want to explore this fascinating silver workshop. 

ADDRESS Jl. Desa Baturning, Mambal, Bali
PHONE  +62 361 469 888
WEBSITE  http://www.johnhardy.com 

2. Jemme Bali

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Jemme Bali is known as a jewel lover's paradise as they offer a huge jewel collections from rings, bracelets and necklaces for men and women. Jemme is a modest Bali-based venture Bali-based venture of Luke Stockley, one of Europe's most acclaimed and respected jewelers, who combined his design flair with local craftsmanship to create a distinguished luxury brand. Aside from silver jewelry, Jemme also offers Diamond, Silver and Gold jewelry.

Finding a nice item is easily here as you can ask the staffs what kinds of jewelry you are looking for.Their staffs are really friendly and familiar with jewel different types, and characteristic itself. In luckily, you also can see the craftsman who are patient in sorting stones at the counter so you will have the opportunity to observe fine jewelry in the making process. 

ADDRESS Jl. Petitenget No. 28, Seminyak, Bali
PHONE  +62 361 473 3508
WEBSITE N/A

3. Tulola Silver Bali

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Situated in the corner of Petitenget, Tulola offers unique jewelry and they use the traditional jewelry making techniques to create a fine jewelry. Their products are almost branded with new shapes and pieces. Their teams are also expected team in making the jewelry so you don't need to worry about their quality in each artwork that you get. They also use high quality materials and through special relationships with gemmologists from Bangkok, Jaipur and New York, brings together the finest quality stones to combine with the silver and gold. Their collections are limited edition so make sure you get your favorite soon before you miss it! 

ADDRESS Jl. Cendrawasih No.2, Petitenget
PHONE  +62 812 3859 524
WEBSITE  http://www.shoptulola.comm 

4. Kapal Laut Jewelry

If you are looking for cheap but in good quality silver jewelry, the Kapal Laut is the answer. Kapal Laut has many good selections of mainly sterling silver pieces and mainly rings, earrings, necklaces, and bracelets but if you getting bored with silver jewelry here you also can find some of nice pearl jewelries in modern designs. They are available in male and female pieces so this place is suitable for those who want to get a special gift on your special moment. Their staffs are also friendly to assist you and helpful on everything that you need. Now, Kapal Laut is easy to find as they have already has around 6 branches in Bali including Seminyak, Jimbaran, Sanur, and Ubud area.

ADDRESS Jl. Raya Seminyak, Bali
PHONE  +62 361 733 700
WEBSITE  http://www.kapal-laut.com  


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