Shamballa Jewels

Shamballa Jewels’ philosophy is inspired by the ideas behind these old teachings which are closely connected to the holistic practices of yoga and meditation. Mads Kornerup started out his jewelry adventure back in the 90´s in Paris and moved it after a while to the heart of New York City. He sold a special designed bracelet to the hip hop mogul Jay-Z and since then the company has had great success with what we today know as the original Shamballa bracelet.

In 2004 Mads teamed up with his brother Mikkel Kornerup to create Shamballa Jewels, a full collection for men and women of bracelets, earrings and necklaces influenced by modern Scandinavian and ancient Indian designs.

Though the combination may sound odd, the two cultures mesh beautifully to create unique, recognizable pieces of jewelry.

The most familiar of their designs are the macramé-and- jewel pavé bracelets, which sparked the brothers’ success even more when supermodel Helena Christensen wore one to the Oscars. Since then the Shamballa Jewels has adorned many star clients such as Carine Roitfeld, Karl Lagerfeld, Valentino, Gwyneth Paltrow, Real Princesses, Ashton Kutcher, Lewis Hamilton, Michael Schumacher, Rihanna, Beyonce, Lars Ulrich and Erin Wasson – just to mention a few…

A main source of inspiration and a central theme throughout the Shamballa Jewels universe is the energy of creation. In the jewelry the Thunderbolt represents the male firepower of creation, whereas the double Thunderbolt – the signature Star of Shamballa – symbolizes the female creative energy of the universe.

To welcome the energy of creation the signature Shamballa bracelet is meant to be custom created as to reflect the wearer’s personality and unique individuality. The unique and exclusive product experience is at the core of their aspirations – they will never compromise on quality or craftsmanship: the jewelry is made from 18 ct. gold, white G/VS diamonds, colored diamonds, precious stones & class A-B pearls. From here, only the imagination is the limit. Mads Kornerup states, “When formulating the designs, my goal is to remind the mind and body of its natural ability to open and heal. When wearing a piece, you enhance the possibility of being reminded.” Shamballa jewelry has been compared to white truffles. They are rare and precious. Those who find the right one are bound to cherish it dearly.

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