About the Designer
Started in 2016, Fuschia was founded on Ritu Mehrotra’s passion to pursue creative designing. with different semi-precious stones. After Giving up a high-profile Corporate Career in 2015 . ‘Fuschia’ has been an endeavor to create accessories that represent Confident womanhood. While embarking on the journey to create an unforgettable and sculptural jewelry line Ritu has cultivated her own Indian classic contemporary touch unique to the brand itself. Inspired by India’s rich heritage and culture, Ritu brings out its fun, colorful and bold personage. making each piece one of its kind. She believes that jewelry should add a sparkle to your look at any given moment.
The jewelries are distinctive owing to the designer eye for beautiful semi-precious stones, love of vibrant gemstones, and passion for combining them into her designs. “Each piece from her collection is tastefully designed with a personal passion for excellence"
Ritu statement pieces have gained recognition through showcasing at Fashion Weeks, Ramp Shows, Beauty Pageants, FM Radio, and Fashion Events. Many celebrities &ramp; fashionistas have been styled by her. Her brand can be found on her website and in prestigious multi-designer stores across India.
About the Brand
Welcome to Fuschia, a premium semiprecious gemstone jewelry brand embodying the essence of its name. Our jewelry expresses your personality and reflects who you are. We believe beauty shouldn't be limited to one kind of person or style, which is why we
create exquisite jewelry blending classic Indian style with a contemporary touch, crafted. with high standards.
Our brand is led by our Founder & designer Ritu Mehrotra , who brings her creative passion , playfulness and confidence to her precious gemstone designs. Each piece is handmade, exploring a variety of natural stones such as quartz, jade, ruby, agate, pearls,
zircons and more. Our collection includes silver, precious, and semi-precious stones, kundans, jadaus, polkis, and pearls, offering a range of styles from rich traditional. pieces to unique statements.
Ritu works with her in-house artisans to incorporate asymmetry and artistry into each. design, fusing traditional and modern techniques. Each piece from our collection is tastefully designed with a personal passion for excellence, keeping in mind a unique mix
of colours which are stylish and glamorous, yet classy and graceful.
At Fuschia, we offer a range of jewelry for lounge wear, special occasions, weddings, and festivals. Our statement pieces have been featured in various fashion weeks and events and have been styled by celebrities. At Fuschia, we are committed to providing you with a unique and exceptional experience with each piece of jewellery you purchase. Our brand promises a blend of art, jewellery, and fantasy that showcases the beauty of rare and valuable materials.
We look forward to helping you find the perfect piece that reflects your individuality and style.
About Our Stones
Gemstones were first classified into the categories of "precious stones" and "semiprecious stones" in the mid-1800s. These terms quickly became popular and are now used throughout the world.
The names "semiprecious stones" and "semi-precious stones" are used for all varieties of gemstones that are not categorized as "precious." Any gemstone suitable for being used in personal adornment would be included
Semiprecious stones include gemstones fashioned from: agate, amber, amethyst, aquamarine, aventurine, chalcedony, chrysocolla, chrysoprase, citrine, garnet, hematite, jade, jasper, jet, kunzite, lapis lazuli, malachite, moonstone, obsidian, onyx, peridot, rhodonite, sunstone, tiger's-eye, tanzanite, topaz, turquoise, tourmaline and many other materials.
Many semiprecious stones are also more rare than precious stones. Red beryl, ammolite, benitoite, gem silica, demantoid garnet, tsavorite garnet, tanzanite, ametrine, and numerous other gems are all found in a fewer number of locations and produced in smaller quantities than any of the "precious" stones. They are incredibly rare in comparison, but that does not earn them the term "precious."