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Hamna Amir encompasses the delicacy of the Arabic language through timeless and keepsake designs which can be worn every day and not just on your wedding. The jewelry pieces showcase exquisite Arabic typography and manuscripts with a fine finish to add blessings on your big day. Lets have a look at some of the designs created by Hamna Amir:
The majestic 24 karat gold plated karra with exquisite and detailed calligraphy, studded with American zircons on the edges.
The gold and silver 24 karat handcrafted gold plated karra definitely makes a perfect family heirloom.
The flawlessly handcrafted pendant is made of 24 karat gold and rhodium plating, making it a good example of the jewelry that you can wear even after your wedding.
This exquisite piece of jewelry adds handcrafted feroza and American zircon with delicate writing of Ayat Al Qursi.
A flawless, unique design to perfectly polish your bridal look. The 24k gold plated bracelet is exquisitely handcrafted with kalma calligraphy that will make a great gift for the bride on her big day.
A unique design always stands out no matter the size. This gold-plated Loh-e-qurani pendant will make a good piece if you’re having a minimal themed wedding!
A simple, delicate round-shaped pendant that will add more blessings to your already blessed day.
Somewhat different from the other designs, this set has rubies, onyx, polka stones and emeralds added to the flawless Kalma calligraphy.
Talk about and delicacy and uniqueness, and this beautiful Yasin Sharif Pendant falls right into that category.
The 925 sterling silver Allah pendent that will add the spirit of blessing on your big day as well as the days onward.
When it comes to the religious spirit, these designs by Hamna Amir excessively portray the spirit. Her unique, delicate designs can easily be worn after the wedding and also be passed on to future generations. So get your hands on them to make your day a perfectly blessed one. Which Hamna Amir design will you buy for your wedding? Let us know in the comments below!