We Stand Behind These 6 Advantages Our Unique Heritage – A Craft of Over 5,000 Years Jewelry making in the land which makes up today’s Turkey has been passed on from the Hittites to the Urartians, Greeks, Romans, Armenians, and Ottomans since 3000 B.C.  We have taken this valuable past and have combined it with the latest technology, outstanding craftsmanship, and competitive prices.  We are…

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GrandBazaarJewelers.com is proud to offer beautiful, 925 sterling silver jewelry from Turkey to the world.  You could say Silver and Turkish jewelry go hand in hand.  Why?  Turkish jewelry traditionally has placed a heavy artistic value on silver.  In fact, it was the preferred metal for the Sultans’ jewelers to work with.  Today, Turkey processes and turns over 200 tones of silver into jewelry every…

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Drusy jewelry is quickly gaining popularity in our markets.  Named after the shimmering carpet of fine, sugary crystals that have formed over stone, these pieces definitely adhere to the Ottoman tradition of having the stone take prominence. Drusy jewelry is available in a variety of beautiful colors due to exposure to titanium or other precious metals during the formation process.  They are one of a…

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We are in the process of sending out a customer survey to all of our wholesale partners worldwide.  We are offering a special, limited time offer of 10% off your next qualifying wholesale purchase for completing this survey.  If you are a GrandBazaarJewelers.com Wholesale partner and have not yet received this survey, please click on the link below to complete: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=De9JmJAAwn2AcyK_2bf8WWzQ_3d_3d Our survey only takes…

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What better time than the early days of summer to visit the Turkish Riviera, also known as the Turquoise coast in the southwest area of Turkey. Many cities, towns, and villages in the area are internationally known, such as Antalya, Bodrum, Çeşme, Fethiye, Kalkan, Kaş, Kemer, Kuşadası, and Marmaris. It is hard to chose a destination. We decided to base ourselves in Fethiye and visit…

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The court records dating from 1526 indicate that there were 90 jewelry artisans, many of which were Armenian & Jewish craftsmen in the service of the Sultan. The art of Ottoman jewelry making reached its peak in the 16th century, with gold and precious stones applied, not only to wearable jewelry, but also to articles of everyday objects such as bookcovers, utencils, weapons etc. using…

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The history of jewelry making in Turkey can be traced as far back as 5000 years. Archeologists have discovered ancient jewelry workshops and tools on the Anatolian peninsula dating to 3000 BC. Over the centuries Turkish artisans have excelled as jewelry makers. Their work emphasizes balance and harmony within each design.

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