About Devika

Jewellery is deeply connected and an expression of a personality.

Nonetheless, whereas some of the carefully picked pieces may surely be timeless and close to one’s heart, it certainly doesn’t mean that every once in a while, one can’t try something new. So, how about setting aside those traditional diamond or gold ornaments and go for some contemporary pieces that can add an extra something to your style quotient. Today, there are myriad innovative, hand-crafted options available in natural materials such as wood, terracotta, ceramic, beads, jute and bamboo.

About a year ago, I started designing my collection of jewellery as a way to channel my passion into a hobby. The intention was simple : Craft something which I would love to wear myself. So, just go through my collections, and let me know if you find something interesting.

About Devika

I am Devika.

Welcome to my web store!
I am a passionate artist who loves to craft unique, eco-friendly and vibrant terracotta jewelries, wall decors, interior decors etc. All the items in this store are available for sale. If you see something you like, you can buy them online and I'll get it delivered to your doorstep.

Have a question or simply want to chat about any of the listed crafts? Please send me a personal note on queries@devikajacob.com

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