• DIMA RASHID
  • CRAFTSMANSHIP
  • GEMSTONES

FOUNDER AND DESIGNER

DIMA RASHID

Dima Rashid; Palestinian roots, born in Kuwait, raised in Canada and finally settled in Egypt, Dima’s story is weaved into her beautifully handcrafted work. Her jewellery touches upon both her exposure to various cultures and her life in Egypt by drawing inspiration from the vibrant colours and rhythms of this ancient land’s history. By infusing the old with the new since 2002, Dima has become a master of melding both the ancient and modern worlds.

From her studio in Cairo, Dima’s unique designs are created with vibrant, stones, coming to life with her own reverence to use the highest quality of gemstones, diamonds and gold. Her passion for ethically sourced stones and work guarantee that each piece of jewellery is produced with love and respect.

A masterful

CRAFTSMANSHIP

Iconic Dima jewels are colourful, rebellious and unconventional. Founded in 2003, Dima Jewellery has come to represent masterful craftsmanship and profound distinctive designs. Balancing the past with the future, tradition with innovation, rigor with experimentation and sensuality with audacity, Dima sets itself apart in the world of jewellery.

DIMA

Jewellery

Founded in 2003, Dima Jewellery is crafted from the finest 18kt gold, illuminating diamonds and hand-selected precious & semi-precious stones. Dima Jewellery creations are meticulously hand-crafted and tailor-made. Ethically sourced from Persia and India, our artisanal stones are carefully selected, with each bespoke design exposing their natural and asymmetrical rhythms, so every piece is one-of- a-kind. Dima has dressed international celebrities and world leaders amongst which were Queen Rania of Jordan, Naomi Campbell, Gisele Bundchen, Heidi Klum, Gigi Hadid, Vanessa Williams, Susan Sarandon, Eva Mendez and many more.

DESIGN

PHILOSOPHY

Dima’s design philosophy revolves around timeless muses drawn from nature, introducing unique stone combinations and signature layering that breathe life into her distinctive designs, created for the true jewellery connoisseur.

A masterful

CRAFTSMANSHIP

Iconic Dima jewels are colorful, rebellious, and unconventional. Founded in 2003, Dima Jewelry has come to represent masterful craftsmanship and profound distinctive designs. Balancing the past with the future, tradition with innovation, rigor with experimentation, and sensuality with audacity, Dima sets itself apart in the world of jewelry.

GEMSTONES

Dima’s selection of stones positions the brand at the forefront of craftsmanship and quality. With vibrant coloured stones, high-quality gems, luxurious pearls, illuminating diamonds and 18- carat hammered gold, Dima embarks on an inherently unique aesthetic.

In addition to Dima’s exquisite designs and meticulous combinations of stones and colours, the precious stones are carefully selected for their healing properties. Sapphire not only enhances intuition, mental clarity and spiritual power but is also a stone of love that promotes happiness and youth. The serene and calm nature of the rubies and emeralds also radiate positivity. Ultimately, Dima’s pieces are built on heritage, refinement and underlying healing qualities.

Amazonite was named after the Amazon river, but it was never actually found near the river.
The name amethyst originates from the ancient Greek word amethustos, meaning sober. …

Ametrine is a rare gemstone with a limited supply at only one mine in the world.

Apatite is a very rare variety of tourmaline, which was discovered in the 1990’s.

With colors ranging from light blue to dark blue and even blue-green, aquamarine

Azurite in shades of Indigo combines the intuition of the violet ray with the trust of the pure blue ray.

The name carnelian comes from the Latin word carneus, which means fleshy, inspired by

We owe the name ‘chalcedony’ to the Ancient Greeks. This iconic variety of the stone,

Charoite was thought to have been discovered in Russia back in the 1940’s. The striking 

The term diopside comes from the Greek words “di” and “opsis,” which mean “two” and “vision.”
Chrysoprase is known as the ‘stone of Venus’ and was often used by the Greeks, Romans and
Citrine has been used for thousands of years; in Ancient Greece, the stone was used as

The earliest diamonds were found in India in 4th century BC. A majority of these early stones

Emerald is derived from a Persian word meaning “green gem”. Emeralds are ancient gemstones. …
The garnet is a red gem, but not like the ruby; it’s red is much more like that of a flame.

The Emperor’s Stone; Jade has been mined and worked in China since the Stone Age. 

Jasper is a rare stone of many colours and ancient ties. The meaning of Jasper derives from
The rare gemstone; Kynaite is named after the Greek word kuanos or kyanos, meaning deep blue.

Labradorite was named after Labradore, Newfoundland, northeast Canada, where

The gemstone was treasured by the ancient civilizations of Egypt, China, Greece, and Rome.
The name malachite derives from the Greek word ‘Moloche’ meaning mallow, inspired by
Many of the ancient cultures believed the stone was created from moonbeams. Others
Morganite, the pink variety of Beryl, was discovered in California in the early 1900’s. All Beryls,
Many cultures have claimed opal with supernatural origins and powers. Arabic legends
Officially the world’s oldest gemstone. It is believed that they were first discovered by people
Known for their stunning green hues, Peridot is one of the only gemstones to be found in a single colour.
Quartz has attracted attention from the earliest times; water-clear crystals were known to

The name ruby comes from the Latin word ‘ruber’, which means ‘red’. The glowing red 

Sapphire symbolizes nobility, truth, sincerity, and faithfulness. There are a wide variety of

Spinel is one of the underappreciated gemstones. Its red vivid colours and

Tanzanite is relatively new gemstone. It is very rare and can only be found and mined in a
Imperial topaz was first discovered in Brazil and in the Ural Mountains of Russia.
The stone was first discovered by Dutch traders off the West Coast of Italy
Turquoise was one of the first gemstones ever mined, dating back to 6000 BC,