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About Ayesha Mayadas

About the Artist

About the Artist

Metalsmith & artisan Ayesha Mayadas brings a fresh perspective to fine jewelry with unique designs born from her personal exploration of contrasts. Born in Calcutta, India and trained in Upstate New York, Ayesha’s roots are steeped in tradition while her aesthetic is unmistakably contemporary. Her pieces are fluid, yet clearly defined. Bohemian yet stylish. Inspired by the smooth curves and furrows that running water molds through rough earth and stone. By harnessing these opposing forces, Ayesha creates a range of jewelry that is perfectly attuned to the mood and preferences of each individual. 

Our Process

Our Process

Breath-takingly beautiful. Expertly crafted.

Inspired by nature’s supple contours, each piece of jewelry features organic lines and fluid forms. Designed to perfectly complement the curves and silhouette of the female form, Ayesha Mayadas Jewelry is conceived and created with the wearer in mind. It is ageless jewelry that becomes a part of you – jewelry that endures through time. 

Every piece of Ayesha Mayadas Jewelry is crafted from high karat metals and gemstones. We pride ourselves in our fastidious attention to detail and meticulous craftsmanship. Ayesha personally designs and crafts each one-of-a-kind piece. Two studio assistants work alongside her to create all the pieces in the studio, which is attached to our retail gallery in Englewood, NJ.

Ayesha's Story

Ayesha's Story

Ayesha Mayadas was born in Calcutta, India and moved to Rochester, NY at age 15. After a thirteen-year career as a textile engineer, she gave in to her passion for metals and dedicated herself to the craft full-time. In 1997, she joined the Rochester Institute of Technology to pursue a Masters in Metal Arts.  After an apprenticeship with one of the leading artists in the genre, she established her own studio in 2000.

Although initially interested in traditional silversmithing, she soon discovered the techniques of hammering and forming and fell in love with the ability to create sculptural and abstract vessels from copper, silver and steel. Movement and fluidity were the key elements of these sculptures and remain visible in her work, today. In 2004, she turned to making jewelry, using some of the same techniques she honed in crafting vessels. Hammering continues to be her favorite technique, with the hammer her favorite tool at the bench.

Her work is driven by the interplay of line, form, weight and balance, creating stunning jewelry that resonates with the human form.

As Seen At

You may have seen Ayesha Mayadas Jewelry at one of these prestigious, juried art shows:


Peek into the studio and catch a glimpse of the latest in-progress works and one-of-a-kind pieces.