Symbolization as a Form of Art With Jewelry Brand Miswaf

Inspired by Sufi philosophical musings and Ancient Egyptian spirituality, Miswaf curates unique jewelry based on harmonious designs and sacred geometry. Their dazzling arabesque jewelry is embellished with glamorous silver and gold ornaments and adorned with ancient symbology motifs.

All their one-of-a-kind pieces are made by Egyptian craftsmen in workshops along El-Muizz Street. Founder Zein Kalila drew inspiration from his philosophy studies, pouring his love for beauty into designing original artworks that encapsulate the essence of timeless quotes that touch the mind, body, and soul. To Kalila, Miswaf is a blank canvas for his philosophical musings, turning words into striking visual art.

Miswaf follows in the footsteps of their ancient ancestors, creating mesmerizing designs that harness symbolization as a type of abstract art anchored in emotion—something the Ancient Egyptians did as a form of worship and storytelling. The young brand fuses the old with the new, breathing life into ancient beliefs, re-visualizing them with a modern lens and elevating them with a contemporary flair.

These bold and elegant pieces are as exclusive as they are sacred; each piece is unique with every collection comprised only of seven designs—never to be made again. The intricate designs are daring yet elegant, incorporating a unique, hand-picked quote into every piece created.

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