Anu Kochhar (Mio Mora)Mio Mora (Miomora) was inspired from my passion for traditional and intricate jewelry created by Indian Artisans. Growing up in Delhi and visiting Jaipur often, I was always amazed by the exquisite jewelry made in Kundan, Polki, and Meenakari, as well as the beautiful stone settings called “Jadau” done by the “Karigar’s”

I spent hours in art fairs such as Dilli Hatt and Suraj Kund, meeting skilled artisans and seeing their eyes light up as they talked about their intricate process of making jewelry, embroidery and weaves.

What always astounded me was that none of these artisans were well-known or part of a large company; rather, they learnt their work traditionally: growing up in villages or as part of small factories. My inspiration for Mio Mora stemmed from their humbleness, diligent work, and down-to-earth attitude. I dreamed of wanting to promote Indian Artisans and their work, as well as the traditional Indian culture and heritage.

Mio Mora (Miomora)At Mio Mora, we strive to personify hand-made jewelry and clothes made in a traditional way whilst speaking of our heritage, and keeping the renowned stories alive from our culture.

Mio Mora’s jewelry collection is a representation of my personal journey, as they retain the best of everything I see in the world around me.

Our jewelry assortments include the finest semi-precious stones, gold-plated accessories, and pure silver accoutrements. Utilizing these stylish metals makes our jewelry both affordable and elegant. They will never tarnish. Mio Mora is for people that seek art, beauty and creativity in the world around them and would like to discover passion and love for Indian jewelry.