The Gaydamak brand was founded in 2009, the company was founded by sisters Sonya and Katya Gaydamak.
The jeweler sisters are the daughters of the French-Israeli businessman Arkady Gaydamak, our former compatriot, they grew up in Paris, studied in New York, and often visit Moscow.
Katya, a specialist in international politics and law in New York, accidentally got a job at the jewelry company Daniel K.
Sonia, an international communications and film production specialist, studied Jewish history at Columbia University and graduated from the GIA (Gemological Institute of America) in parallel.
The visiting card of the brand is light, openwork bracelets with sky-blue sapphires, which are worn not on the wrist, but on the palm (palm’s bracelets). The rich culture of the Mughal Empire prompted the sisters Katya and Sonya to wear diamonds in this new way.