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The Line x Gemfields’ ‘Songbird’ Collection Celebrates Gemstones and Indian Elegance

by Madonna

The Line, a distinguished jewelry label with roots in the UAE and India, established in 2015, has unveiled its latest exquisite jewelry collection, The Line x Gemfields Songbird. This new line of fine jewelry places Gemfields gemstones, including Mozambican rubies and Zambian emeralds, in the spotlight. It pays homage to the rich tapestry of Indian traditions, history, and craftsmanship, with the noble intention of making high-fashion gemstone jewelry accessible for everyday wear.

The Songbird collection harmoniously reflects classic Indian jewelry silhouettes, featuring crescent-shaped hoops, string necklaces, ornate earpieces inspired by flora, shoulder-dusting chandelier earrings, and regal chokers. All these pieces are meticulously handcrafted from 18k yellow gold, ensuring a blend of elegance and artistry.


Each design in this collection showcases vibrant rubies sourced from the Montepuez mine in Mozambique and lush emeralds from the Kagem mine in Zambia. Notably, both of these mines are primarily owned and operated by Gemfields, a globally renowned miner of colored gemstones.


Living between Dubai and New Delhi, Natasha Khurana, the visionary founder of The Line, finds her inspiration deeply rooted in India and its legacy of jewelry craftsmanship. Reflecting on her journey, Khurana fondly recalls her initial encounter with unadorned gemstones, where the allure of rubies and emeralds left an indelible mark. She shared, “Gems are what drew me to jewelry as a career. I believe we need to do very little by way of bejeweling gems: when they are this beautiful, they speak for themselves.”


With Songbird, Khurana elegantly addresses the “weighty legacy of Indian jewel-making and wearing” with a refreshing lightness, drawing inspiration from the Indian tradition of adorning the most extravagant pieces every day, as seen in religious paintings and archival photographs of Indian royal courts.

The collection’s pièce de résistance is the way it allows the Indian sun to illuminate Zambian emeralds and Mozambican rubies, bringing them to life in Natasha Khurana’s sophisticated creations. Songbird brilliantly showcases the versatility of colored gems, skillfully combining wearability with a charismatic twist and an understated simplicity, all accentuated by the mesmerizing play of dancing colored gemstones.

In a country where color is integral to everyday life, the integration of rubies and emeralds from Gemfields seems like a natural fit for Khurana’s collection of wearable treasures. Emily Dungey, Director of Marketing and Communications, enthusiastically shares, “It is a true delight to watch the Indian sun dance through these Zambian emeralds and Mozambican rubies, bringing them to life in Natasha Khurana’s elegant creations. Here is a collection that celebrates the versatility of colored gems—equally captivating in a playful ear climber as they are in recognizable silhouettes, such as the adorned hoops. The Line perfectly marries wearability with a charismatic twist and an elegant simplicity, all elevated by the entrancing flicker of dancing colored gemstones.”

The ‘Songbird’ collection by The Line x Gemfields is a splendid testimony to the seamless fusion of gemstone grandeur and timeless Indian aesthetics, promising to make everyday life more elegant and vibrant through the timeless allure of fine jewelry.


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