Neha Dani was born into a traditional Indian family. From childhood, parents instilled in their daughters a love of art, they traveled a lot and introduced their children to different cultures. Despite her progressive upbringing, Neha was expected to devote herself to her family, as is customary in India. But young Neha surprised everyone when she expressed an interest in studying gemology and applied to attend classes at the Gemological Institute of America in Southern California.
During her studies, her unique talent and passion for jewelry was revealed. After graduating from the GIA, she became a member of the Gemological Association of England and then returned to India. She soon began to create unique jewelry with gemstones and diamonds, and also held several successful solo exhibitions throughout India.
In 2014, she presented a series of unique pieces at an exhibition in the United States, which was the beginning of the international recognition of her talent.
Neha Dani is a true jeweler artist.
She is directly involved in all stages of creating jewelry, makes adjustments during work, following her intuition, changes the design of the product.
Neha’s creations are distinguished by their splendor, multi-layeredness and attention to every detail; there are no traditional Indian ornaments and forms in her work. The main motive of her jewelry is the many-sided surrounding world and various natural forms. Any of its decorations be it inspired by autumn foliage, beautiful spring flowers, dancing girls or sea inhabitants everything amazes with the brightness and variety of colors.
Neha does not create her jewelry for the mass consumer. In creativity, the main thing for her is to embody her idea, to create a spectacular piece of jewelry so that its owner can feel special. She boldly uses materials that are new to jewelry art, such as titanium and rhodium, mixes different cuts of precious stones, laying out intricate patterns. But the main thing in her work is love for nature, the desire to show her beauty and fragility, which she expresses through her jewelry.