Carolyn Bruce Designs ~ Statement Jewelry

           One-of-a-Kind Statement Pieces of Wearable Art for Men & Women

Boutique Locations

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The conjunction of PARVESH JAI's style is an annotation of distinction that radiates from every tiny yet significant expression of oneself. The uber talented designer duo, best defines their brand as that glow that lives in all of our eyes - a combined expression of seductive beauty, gaiety, unique charm and personified elegance. Through the fascination of art in all classes, the exploration of global trends and a keen obsession for fine details, PARVESH JAI create matchless fairytale couture pieces. In each and every single garment; they strive to reveal the beauty in all human beings, to help everybody find oneself and to make each individual feel truly beautiful when they are dressed in an exclusive PARVESH JAI piece. Their muse is empowering and sexy in many unusual ways - she has a cultivated attitude, she is ridiculously talented and she has an evoking imagination. PARVESH JAI’s “Blue Coral” collection is a revelation of all that is handcrafted, exquisite and extraordinary in its conception and realization. The label is based and marketed around the globe from Vancouver, BC. can be found at their 81st and 128th location in Surrey at the Payal Centre.

_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ and gallerys approach is one that includes all, through an ongoing sense of community, collaboration and mindfulness. They invite you to join a class, attend an event or browse our selection of artists in their gallery. Their goal is to help you achieve your creative genius in a positive and abundant space fostering growth and freedom of artistic expression. You can find necklaces, tea infusers and bookmarks are on sale there.


The Royal BC Museum Corporation is one of Canada’s greatest cultural treasures. The museum was founded in 1886; the Archives, in 1894. In 2003, these two organizations joined to become British Columbia’s combined provincial museum and archives, collecting artifacts, documents and specimens of British Columbia’s natural and human history, safeguarding them for the future, and sharing them with the world.

Carolyn Bruce has had her infusers represented in the Royal BC Museum Shop for 2 years as of May 2015.

                                                            Royal BC Museum, 675 Belleville Street, Victoria BC, Tel: 250.356.7226