Sitara Collections Handcrafted Jewelry and Gifts

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“Linda Singh is the Founder of Sitara Collections – a fair trade artisan retailer and wholesaler recognized for its ethically-sourced artisan handcrafted jewelry and gifts from India. It was the result of her desire to share the exceptional work of artisans in India, whose designs and creativity are seen throughout the line. Though the jewelry and gifts are rooted in traditional craftsmanship, they exude a modern sensibility. And because every piece is handmade, your purchase is the very definition of exclusive.”

I received a beautiful handcrafted Rainbow bracelet from Sitara Collections  and I am amazed how beautiful it is. I love jewelry but often have a hard time finding something I love and want to wear all the time.


The Rainbow Moonstone sterling silver bracelet has a radiant iridescent glow.  The color changing moonstones are enchantingly mesmerizing to look at and pairs well with any outfit. Bracelet is 7.75 inches long and has a lobster clasp for a secure closure. The Moonstone bracelet makes a perfect gift this holiday season or any time of year.


The Crystal Beaded Snowflake Ornament has a sophisticated design. This handcrafted beautiful holiday ornament will be a great addition to your other ornaments on your tree.  The snowflake ornament has glass beads that shine and strikingly gorgeous to look at.


I could not wait to put this on my tree and it will definitely be a keepsake for many years. At Sitara Collections you can find an array of gifts for any time of year. All items are handcrafted, echo-friendly, sustainable and fair trade. Proceeds are donated to the Sitara Foundation supporting the Svv school in India.

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