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Address: Jl. Kayu Aya no. 10B, Seminyak 80361, Indonesia
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+62 361 735499

Influenced by Native American mythology and world traditions of bracelet...

Influenced by Native American mythology and world traditions of bracelet making in India, Tibet, Thailand complimented with Indonesia’s rich culture and colorful nature – designer, Imelda Widjaja, has magical stories of her mystical travels, encapsulated in each bracelet. Jewel Rocks creations crafts materials of all kinds from threads, crystals, stones, silver, bones, woods, seeds, leather, acrylics, batiks and more to create a whimsical jewelry lines. The business began in Jakarta and Bali as Jewels and Rocks. When a friend suggested the name change to “Jewel Rocks,” the little bracelet making endeavor suddenly hit the center stage, truly rocking the hearts of fans. Secure in her rock-steady concept and unerring eye for beauty and style, Imelda looks forward to another successful season. The concept of Jewel Rocks brand is love and friendship, promoting peace across cultures and ethnics. Each jewel is tailor made for those who are inspired by music, beach, collecting treasures, nature, dreams of travel around the globe combined with fresh urban touch. Various Jewel Rocks product are bracelet, necklace, anklet, headband, medicine bags as well as a limited selection of earrings. Friendship bracelet exchange is a bright spot in everyone’s memory. This little spot in our collective conscious is a gentle reminder of the strength of friendship, and the traditions of bracelet exchange worldwide spark that much needed faithful, sweet, nourishing experience. The jewels are made of the finest threads and semi-precious stones that could last a lifetime, unlike the fragile ones of the past that might fall apart in a few days. This subtle undertone of the bracelet is idealistic, yet aesthetically pleasing and accessible. Outlets consist of two concept stores in Bali, selected stores in Bali and Jakarta, shops overseas in Europe, Australia and Japan and online sales.

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Good quality casual jewellery

Lots of designs to choose from and well priced for good quality. Nice bright colours, simple and pretty. Can choose your own colours and designs so makes them unique.

Reviewed 6 April 2013
Sydney Australia
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Reviewed 6 April 2013

Lots of designs to choose from and well priced for good quality. Nice bright colours, simple and pretty. Can choose your own colours and designs so makes them unique.

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tpswc, Public Relations Manager at Jewel Rocks, responded to this review

Dear Madison48, Thank you for visiting Jewel Rocks and taking the time to share your shopping experience on Tripadvisor. As the first guest leaving a comment about our store, we are so delighted that you had an awesome shopping time. Every piece of Jewel Rocks creation is made with love from Bali. Every inspiration came from our personal journey and... More 

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