From the Beladora Archives: Aaron Basha Cufflinks
The baby shoes are often bought as charms for a bracelet, or for dangling on a necklace, or even to attach to a safety-pin-style brooch. The Basha charm collection is vast and includes everything from ladybugs, frogs, flowers, and tiny airplanes to baseballs, bunnies, butterflies, clowns, mini-trains, and fish. These designs also appear as stations on gold chain necklaces.
Another themed collection is based on the evil eye, the turquoise-blue, white, and black symbol that is reworked and redesigned in so many ways today. Basha has created hundreds of incarnations of the evil eye — in bracelets, charms, earrings, cufflinks, necklaces, and more — fashioned and updated with enamel, sapphires, mother-of-pearl, opals, and the like. The firm has also reconceived another icon from the Middle East — the hand of Fatima or the hamsa — and has an extensive line of jewelry based on that motif.
Combined, the line's whimsy and delightful statements reinforce the corporate mantra and trademark: Forever Young. read more >>