Combining modern design with Mexican tradition, Mayeh Fine Mexican Jewelry is more than just pretty accessories. The fashion line specializes in fine jewelry that contains elements of Mexican art, culture and elegance, creating a one-of-a-kind product that prides itself on the Mexican lifestyle.
Mayeh, which means “comes from a good hand” in the indigenous language of Náhuatl, has a variety of collections that are each unique and have their own identity, representing a voice of Mexico. Each collection is inspired by Mexican art and uses specific elements like Talavera (Mexican ceramic), barro negro (black clay), precious stones, cultured pearls, 24-karat gold-plated pieces, .925 silver and more to create the unique pieces.
Mayeh’s founder Ivón Fuentes Tellez says “I want people to wear unique and exclusive art pieces that allow them to experience Mexico through each Mayeh creation.”
1. Friedah Collection: This collection was inspired by the famous Mexican painter, Frida Kahlo and contains elements of love, passion and unrepeatable happy anecdotes and is a unique hallmark of the artist. The pieces are all plated with 24-karat gold and .925 silver.
2. Arte Talavera: This collection is inspired by the Mexican talavera pottery from the state of Puebla which is recognized as Intangible Cultural Heritage by UNESCO. These pieces are for those who appreciate this authentic Mexican art.
3. Arte en Piel (Leather Art)
4. Cuff Links
5. Corporate Gifts
While the jewelry encompasses the graceful heritage of Mexico, the brand is also trademarked in the United States and 28 European countries and can be found in a variety of locations including hotels, airports, museums, art galleries, restaurants and exhibits.
Where to find Mayeh Jewelry
- St. Regis Punta Mita
- Four Seasons Resorts
- JW Marriott Resorts
- Casa de los Muñecos
- Uriarte Talavera
- Casona de la China Poblana
- Intercontinental Hotels & Resorts
- Hotel Andante
- Puebla de Antano Hotel
- Quinta Real Puebla
- Luxury Avenue Boutique Mall
- Pineda Covalin
- Eiteljorg Museum
- Museo Internacional del Barroco
- Expo Jewelry Singapur Marina Bay
- Expo Milan Pabellón Mexico
- Expo Joya
- International Expo (Indianapolis)
- Tianguis Turístico
- Google Fashion
For more information, visit: mayeh-jewelry.com