La graine

Envision a world where jewelry becomes cinema, where every gemstone shines with the brilliance of a leading character. Here, in the realm of La Graine Jewellery, the essence of Aladdin’s Jasmine finds its home —a vision of stunning beauty, compassion, and power echoing through the corridors of time.

Read the Q&A with founder, Muna for more of her jewellery faves…

Gold or silver: which metal speaks to you more? 


The most challenging piece you’ve ever designed: can you describe it? 

The Lifetime Sapphire Necklace, the first piece. A dangling marquise solitaire surrounded by flower motif sapphires a very classic and truly a lifetime piece. It was challenging to start a design from scratch but it ended up to be my favorite! 

In your opinion, what’s the most underrated gemstone to work with?

 Pearls, we have used pearls in one design which was the Sheikh Zayed pendant. Pearls add a majestic touch to any piece and we are looking to incorporate it more in our designs. 

If your jewelry was a movie character, who would it be and why? 

Aladdin’s Jasmine. She is a stunning, compassionate and powerful lady who would look great in La Graine Jewellery. 

Big, bold statement pieces or delicate, everyday jewelry: which do you enjoy creating more? 

 Statement classic pieces.

Are there any historical jewelry eras that particularly inspire your work?

 Victorian era.

One jewelry piece from your collection you never leave home without? 

The mini blooming Emerald necklace.

Vintage or modern jewelry: which style do you prefer wearing?


If your jewelry could tell a story, what would it say? 

 Once upon a time, there was a marquise solitaire dangling in a garden full of bloomed roses, hydrangeas and tulips. The diamond marquise solitaire soon began to bloom in blue color marquise shaped gemstones, the surrounding flowers were in awe of this flower’s magnificence and all eyes were on her. She was dazzling as always, especially when the sun hits the center diamond and Sapphires! After seeing her exquisite beauty the flowers in the gardens decided to name her the lifetime piece.

A gemstone color that you can’t resist using in your designs? 


One jewelry designer, past or present, whom you greatly admire? 

Laurence Graff.

The jewelry-making tool you can’t do without.

White pen, it gives the final touch to any design. 

A favorite jewelry memory from your childhood. 

One day I passed by a jewellery shop and saw a diamond piece which I fell in love with.. I went to my father and described the piece to him he saw how much I loved it! After 2 days I was surprised that he got me the necklace and I wear it until now. 

Describe your creative process in three words.

 Morning, herbal tea, designing.

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