Jewellery Focus: Nadine Ghosn

Dana Mortada   |   12 - 11 - 2017

Turning our favourite food into jewellery, and injecting all kinds of fun into the industry. Lebanese-Brazilian born in the US, jewellery designer Nadine Ghosn- considers herself the globe-trot who travelled around between Tokyo, Paris, California and New York and is now based in London.


Ghosn majored in both Art and Economics at Stanford University, inspired by art and fashion she started working for BCG’s Luxury Practice Group in New York city, following a 2-year management track program for Hermès International. This fruitful experience heavily increased her passion and appreciation for jewellery design.


Nadine’s sudden love for jewellery encouraged her to take risk of quitting her job to turn her passion into a business, and build her eponymous brand what is known as Nadine Ghosn Fine jewellery (NGFJ).


Inspired by travel, food and culture, NGFJ designs are meant to bring joy and warmth to the people who wear them. Established in 2015, this young brand has a lot to offer and is constantly feeding our appetite with quirky creations, from veggie burger rings to edamame earrings, tuna maki charm and a lot more.

Onigiri Burger Courtesy of NGFJ

Maki Ring Courtesy of NGFJ

Stand Up Earrings Courtesy of NGFJ

Edamame Earrings Courtesy of NGFJ

Daruma Pink Pinky Ring Courtesy of NGFJ


Slide through the gallery above to check out our favourite NGFJ designs.



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