Ani Fine Jewelry

We Are What We Wear & Every Design Holds An Affirmation or Memory in Place™

Empower Yourself With A Simple Touch

Custom, DesignerAni Khachian

Empower yourself with a simple touch by wearing a tangible reminder that raises awareness & connects - Reduce Pollution - Save Lives - Protect The Planet.

BENEFITS:

·        Get behind a brand that is using clean & recycled gold so that change can happen quickly

·        Transboundary pollution isn’t simply an industry problem it’s a human problem

The Infinity Star Pendant is a 3-way collaborative initiative using responsibly-sourced gold and stones. The octagon symbol is a universal symbol of infinity and inside are two 8-point infinity stars to symbolize two source areas on earth, the DR Congo and the USA. Showcased at the center is a certified responsible source natural untreated Blue (no heat) Montana (USA) Sapphire provided by Jay Moncada of Perpetuum Jewels. The gold for this pendant is 18kt Royal Yellow made from equal amounts of certified artisanal mined gold from the DRC and 100% recycled Harmony gold and cast by Hoover & Strong. The coordinating adjustable 18K gold open link chain is from Italy. 

Ani Khachian of Ani Fine Jewelry crafted this contemporary Infinity Star Pendant to symbolize our connection to each other and to our earth. The design offers a symbolic reminder of Pure Earths commitment and holds the memory of the 2019 April 8th Pure Earth Gala in place. An unforgettable set of stars for an unforgettable star.  

Pure Earth saves and improves lives, particularly lives of children in poor communities, by reducing disease-causing pollution. Pure Earth identifies toxic hot spots and teaches communities how to improve soil, water and air quality with cost effective solutions. This field work, combined with groundbreaking research and advocacy, elevates pollution as a global priority.  A peek at the April 8th Pure Earth Benefit Listing: https://e.givesmart.com/events/bSe/i/_All/6x47/?search=

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Love Comes Quickly

Ani Khachian

Sooner or later it happens to everyone, just when you least expect it, just what you least expect, exactly what you want comes your way!

We all have decisions to make in life, and wouldn’t it be great to have a reminder that helps us make choices? When I was asked in 2016 to make and show some of my jewelry work for a local Valentine’s day presentation I thought about the town of Darien, Connecticut. I wanted to connect with my heart to my community in an expressive manner. Our connection to the waters of the Long Island Sound is not only town specific it is universal! If we can think of something good to do each day that connects us to mother earth how would that make us feel? When I start getting distracted I remember to make reminders, for me executive function means writing things down, setting goals, and planning to get things done. We are our own CEO’s right? That was the initial thought process when I started to make “Reigning Hearts” This pendant acts a my touchable reminder (also know as Raining Hearts) that I am connected to my community, to the fact that I can have compassion for those around me and that I have choices to connect with mother earth each day. I love double entendres the meaning of “reign” and “rain” their connection and a visions of showering and being showered in love is a deep motivational thought. Knowing that I have choices and the ability to change direction and take care of myself can be mood changing for me. Since 2016 the Reigning Hearts pendant has had several iterations but the original design motif prevails. Hearts flowing downward and when the pendant is turned on its side you can see the Wave pattern. I continue to making a new iterations of this pendant, this time utilizing stars. Raining Stars has had a name change! The new name is Rising Stars. Do you know someone going for a goal? You can see the latest design in this carousel rotation.

The H pendant came from Hindley Elementary School when my youngest son was performing in the last few performances in the schools multi-purpose room. I noticed everyone was using their cameras to take films. How many times had I actually gone back to look at the films of my son’s older brothers? Sadly none, so instead I wanted the memory of my son’s milestone to be captured in a tangible form. I recognize that he was to be promoted to 6th Grade but it was just as much a milestone for me as it was for my son. That’s what prompted me to make the Happiness H pendant. The Happiness Pendant is my understated reminder of my commitment and connection to being a mom without distraction from my son’s accomplishments. It connects me to my children, to our shared commitment to education and to a specific moment and place in time.

If you would like to learn more about these works or add it your personal jewelry collection, join me on December 22, 2018 at our One-Day No Panic Saturday Industrial Design Workspace sale from 10am- 4pm at 3 Main Street, 2nd Floor Suite 208 Norwalk, CT 06851 Mention this blog post and “Love Comes Quickly” to receive 10% off. (Retail $145.00)

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Soccer Goals - let’s kick together!

Custom, Designer, HeartsAni KhachianComment
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Do you want to go somewhere no one has ever gone before? Here is a journey that I'll share….it all began with a FB messenger text back in July 2017 while visiting Yerevan Armenian.  I was arranging an introduction of friends, George Omartian to David Dikranian, Soccer Coach from Daniel Hand High School in Madison, CT.  David was visiting Armenia for the first time and connected with a soccer program called Goals. George suggested we met at a cafe located at the bottom of the Cascade. It wasn’t long before we started sharing our experiences. David talking about his role as a soccer coach, his video project and discoveries while teaching soccer to girls who never had exposure to the sport.  George about his work with the Orran Children’s Center. It is hard to believe how all this lively excitement and conversation blossomed into two jewelry pendant projects.  Here they are in some shared photos. On the front is a crown with the name Zara in Armenian letters and on the back applied is a signature “Reigning Hearts” design motif.  I love the smile on Zara's face, it’s universal and says it all wouldn't you say? Whatever your language if you want to shower someone with a little love or put a smile on your own face I'm here to share my gifts with you.  So to together let's make that statement jewelry your very own and give me a call.

Ani Khachian

A.J.P. Graduate Diamonds & Pearls GIA

3 Main Street, Suite 208 (2nd Floor - By Appointment Only)

Norwalk, CT 06851

Office Phone: 203-987-5435

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