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Check out our new Waterproof Gold Butterfly Jewelry May 26, 2017 03:35

Now Online and in Store Gold Butterfly Necklaces & Rings - All Waterproof

Gold Butterfly Necklaces

Map to Nabd Lomar and Onqoud event February 14, 2015 11:41

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Newsletter Content

1/ Onqoud and Lomar Event
2/ Program - Men and Ladies Spearate Days
3/ Map and Princess Noura Event
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Terra-Eclat Events Feburary & March 2015:

15th–21st: Nabd Local Design Showcase by Lomar & Onqoud
(Open to the public, there are days for ladies only and days for men) 

Times: 6-10:30pm, 15th VIP Only, Ladies Only 16th, 18th, 21st, Men Only 17th, 19th, 20th 
For more details about "Nabd": www.lomarnabd.com - For more information: info@onqoud.com 

21st–5th March: Princess Noura University Expo, contact us for more information
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Some of our products

Original Ancient Coins, Real Butterfly Wings, 22 Carat Gold Tourmaline flower bud and more


Upcoming Seasonal Events January 31, 2015 06:26


November 2014:


14th–15th in Kingdom Library 8am–7pm (Residents & their guests only)

17th Private Presentation, Corona Members Only 20th British Embassy Seasonal Bazaar 5pm–9pm (Closed invite list)

22nd American School International Day 1:30pm–4:30pm (for AISR families only)

22nd Eskan Compound 10am–1pm (Residents & their guests only)

23rd-25th Supermarket Area at Salwa Compound 8am–7pm (Residents & their guests only)

27th Hope Cancer Charity Event at Salwa Compound 10am–1pm (Residents & their guests only)

28th Yamama 1 Compound Seasonal Fair 10am–1pm (Send us your security info to attend, good for families)

29th British School Funday 1pm–5pm (For BISR families only)


December 2014:


3rd “Gifts in the Garden” Private Seasonal Event, Secret Location 4pm–9pm (Restricted list, if you would like to attend please send Scanned security info for approval)

5th Salwa Compound Seasonal Bazaar 10am–4pm (Send us your security info to attend)

6th Arabian Homes Seasonal Bazaar 2pm–9pm (Send us your security info to attend)

6th USERA American Embassy Outdoor Bazaar 9am–1pm (Outside the embassy. Walk-by possible)

8th Kingdom Coffee Morning 9am–12noon (Send us your security info to attend)

9th–16th TBC Event 25th–30th Montijoon Producers Exhibition (Open to the public)

Getting to our Event in Centria Mall, while avoiding the traffic January 31, 2015 06:26

Avoid the traffic

As you know the Riyadh metro is causing havoc on Olaya Road and adjoining roads, so its probably best to avoid it entirely, I have attached what we believe is the best traffic free route available. To decide for yourself Google Maps provides live traffic concentration updates and has been updated to included the changes to the road systems. To make your own route


Recommended Route from King Adulaziz Road - this should be minimal traffic - you can see this from the blue routes mark, only yellow bit at one set of lights (the only set of light you will meet).

You can see the other red and yellow sections on the map also Green = Fast Traffic, Yellow = Medium Traffic, Red = Slow Traffic - if you need more help please let us know 0543768585


PDF of Recommended Route

PDF of Recommended Route Zoomed

PDF of Centria Mall traffic



Zoomed in 




General traffic around centria mall


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EDEN has now been rebranded to Terra-Eclat









Garnet @ EDENs event tonight
Golden chunks of beauty!
Pyrite - 'Fools Gold'
Pyrite - 'Fools Gold'
100 million years to grow, so don't wait, get yours now!
Stone of Love
Larimar - Stone of Love
Larimar only from Dominican Republic,
a.k.a the Altantis Stone
the old and the new
Antique Coral 5 Band Twist Ring
Antique italian carved rose coral
in 5 twist band style


Mango Spinel @ EDENs event tonight
7ct Emerald with 2500 Year Old Silk Trade Beads
Emerald 7ct with 2500 Year Old Silk Trade Beads
7ct Emerald from Zambia,
with Etched 2500 year old Carnelian beads from Indus Valley,
in 22ct Gold
Real Leaves - Gold Plated
Real Leaf Gold Plated
the beauty of nature!
Real Leaves preserved in 18ct Gold
Hand Polished Amber with Orange Coral
Hand Polished Amber with Orange Coral
spoil yourself!
Hand Polished Amber with Orange Coral and 18ct Gold


EDEN Natural Jewellery
Islamic Geometry Leather Belt
Islamic Geometry Leather Belt
Islamic Geometry Leather Belt  Royal Blue Lapiz Lazuli with Pyrite inclusions.
Lapis is known to be the first blue pigment for paint. 
Also, Cleopatra used powdered lapis for make-up.
Ayat Collection - Now in Gold
Ayat Collection - Now in Gold
Ayat Collection - Now in Gold
Fabulous arabic calligraphy from the Qur’an by Eden
The Snake Collection
The Snake Collection
The Snake Collection
aren't they beautiful!




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EDEN Natural Jewellery
Eden Open House Maps

Open House Directions

Click the map to enlarge or print, view it here or download the map here.
Edens Citrine Ring

Star Stone - Citrine

Gemini - 21/05 to 21/06

Stone of Gemini and Virgo, citrine symbolizes individuality and confidence. It brings renewed determination. Physically, citrine can aid digestion, increase visual ability, and to balance the thyroid. It is beneficial to the endocrine and digestive system - cleansing, purifying and eliminating poisons that have built up. Citrine has the power to calm and soothe distressed conditions. It reduces ulcer flare-ups and is good for detoxifying the body.

Other Gemini alternatives:  Aquamarine, Rock Crystal, Chysocolla, Topaz, Turquoise, Chalcedony (Agate, Jasper, Onyx, Tigers Eye)

Buy now at Sadashop.com or contact us
Eden Real Butterfly Wing Collection

Competition Winner

Congratulations Nor'adila Hepburn for completing the green survey and winning this beautiful Real 'Ulysses' butterfly pendant in our ‘Green Planet’ event prize draw

For your chance to win each month sign up to our newsletter on our home page.
Summer Camp

Look out for...

4th June - 7:30pm: Art and Design Society - Riyadh 
Don't miss their last event before the summer. A chance to meet some great artists living in Riyadh with different cultural backgrounds and artistic styles. Also food tasting from around the world. Book early, spaces are limited and offered on a first come first serve. To register email your full name to artdesignsocietyksa@gmail.
Please note this is a women only event.

Art/Drama Summer Camp...

at My Little School taught by Eden designer and teacher - Ranyah Seraj
themes 'Under the Sea' and 'Pirates and Mermaids'
2 week slots starting June 16th
See full advert here, download or print ithere.

Are you hosting or know of any 'creative' related events or activities, that should be on our newsletter? If so , Please email to  info@edenscorner.com 
Edan at Sadashop.com



edenscorner.com is currently under construction but you can preview some of the pieces there

What would you like to read in our monthly nerwsletter send your requests and comments to contact us


What would you like to read in our monthly nerwsletter send your requests and comments to contact us
Eden Stone of the Month

Stone of the month - Moonstone

Birthstone for the Month of June

Stone of Cancer, Libra and Scorpio

Moonstone is considered a protective stone while traveling, especially at night or on the water. 
The Moonstone is said to assist with female issues and with childbirth.
By unblocking the lymphatic system, it can heal and balance the stomach, pancreas, and pituitary gland. It can reduce swelling and excess body fluid.
Placed under the pillow it will allow for a more peaceful sleep, and is often used as a cure for insomnia, and used along with the amethyst.

Other June alternatives: Pearl, Chalcedony 

Browse now at Sadashop.com orcontact us

Eden Natural Jewellery Green Planet Event

Last Month....

Everyone that attended our Green Planet event in May really enjoyed the experience of alternative choice. It was great to see so many new faces as well as old friends that really cared about their lifestyle choices and our planet.
It felt nice to be part of a community where its members are so diversified, from all over, all ages, with different backgrounds; but all with one common trait, green passion in their hearts.

Edens Green Survey
Common thoughts of being green in Saudi,
1.       Programs should be implemented across Saudi Arabia to enable every item that, could possibly be recycled, to be recycled i.e. glass, plastic, paper, e-scrap etc...
2.       Educate the local population on the benefits of being green and how to do it in your home and that every single person can really make a difference.
3.       Conserve water, food and energy as much as possible.
4.       Stop littering, minimise plastic use and day-to-day waste.
5.       Use modern agriculture methods to reduce water usage.
Halla Khalid Childrens Publishing


Halla Khalid is a fantastic illustrator and writer. Her children’s stories, in Arabic and English, transport you to a soft world full of wonderment and original characters. All her books are amazing and I can’t pick just one of them to talk about so I thought I would introduce you to them all.

Check out her website and publishing house at Darjerboa.net and herFacebook Page
Edens Green Tip


When boiling vegetables use only just enough water to cover the vegetables, otherwise you waste water and you waste energy having to boil the extra water. Also leave the lid on the pot to speed up cooking time and to save more energy.


One of our customers is looking for an organic mattress, is this product available in Saudi? please contact us





Eden Green Planet Event
How green is Saudi Arabia?
Green Planet Event
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Arab News 2012 July July 14, 2013 00:00


Eden Article Arab News July 2012 Joined



Wednesday 11 July 2012

The need to live a greener and more sustainable life is becoming apparent for a growing number of people, and as a consequence, the market in Saudi Arabia is opening up for consumers who care about their impact on the environment and are willing to make a difference. Now, shoppers even have the opportunity to buy “green” and ethical jewelry, as Eden, the first and only eco-friendly natural jewelry company in Saudi Arabia, opened its virtual doors on the World Wide Web recently.

The woman behind this all is Ranyah Seraj, a Saudi artist and designer who founded Eden with her husband Stephen Elliott in 2007 in Edinburgh, United Kingdom. “A friend of mine, who is a miner, introduced me to the gemstones, which I started to collect,” said Ranyah, who came to the UK to study design, fashion and textiles, and production design for film — first at Brighton University and then at Edinburgh College of Art.

Not happy with her job at that time and inspired by the world of gemstones, Ranyah decided to combine her passion for natural stones with her profession as a designer — hence, Eden, a series of ethical and sustainable concept art jewelry pieces derived from nature, was born. It includes rings, necklaces, earrings, bracelets and cuffing made of gemstones, meteorites, tektite and fossils, among others.

“In Scotland, green practices, renewable energy and recycling are part of everyday life. Organic and ethical products are also widely available. In Saudi Arabia, on the other hand, people still need to be educated about these practices. That’s why my husband and I in 2010 decided to bring our company to the Kingdom.” Their mission is to enlighten and educate. “We show our customers how beautiful God’s creations are. Our planet is incredible. It should be respected and appreciated,” Ranyah commented, adding that people usually don’t associate being green with high-end products, but “you can be good and gorgeous!”

To make sure only ethical and sustainable materials are used for their jewels, Ranyah and her husband personally go to the miners. These “ethical miners,” as she calls them, only take small amounts of the best quality stones and leave no traces behind of their activity. “They will mine only what they can carry of the precious stones, in contrast to the thousands of tons some nations take away. The miners we work with make sure their work does not harm the local environment,” Ranyah said.

Besides being sustainably sourced, the materials Ranyah and her husband use in their designs are also fair trade, which means they ensure the locals get a fair price for the stones they excavate. “This way, we keep their trade alive and thriving,” said Ranyah, explaining that the main aim of fair trade is poverty alleviation.

At the same time, by going directly to the miners and cutting out the middleman Eden keeps its prices affordable. According to Ranyah, this is one of the things that make them unique. “The average price of our jewelry is SR400 to SR600. What makes Eden artifacts also special is that they are all Saudi designed, and the jewelry is different and personal. “Our style is simple, funky and elegant. We attract confident women who are determined and know themselves. They wear our jewelry for themselves, not for others,” confirmed Ranyah.

Eden does not limit its collections to gemstones. Their Pacific Series, for instance, consists of shells and pearls obtained from farms so as not to dwindle the species, whereas their Eternal Wing collection has real butterfly jewelry to help protect the butterfly population from extinction. “On the rarer side, our Ancient Earth Series consists of real fossils up to 500 million years old and 15 million-year-old meteorite,” Ranyah added.

For the time being, Eden jewelry is only available online. Groups can request a private view at the designer’s home, and she organizes jewelry parties at people’s homes or in compounds. In the near future, however, Ranyah and her husband are hoping to open a boutique in Riyadh. “The whole project is an adventure for me. I realize that the trade in precious stones is thousands of years old. Cleopatra used to apply lapis lazuli on her eyes as eye shadow,” narrated Ranyah. It also takes time to master the craft. “As a designer, I am still learning. I regularly take courses or learn from old craftsmen. Their families often have been in the profession for generations. There are also hundreds of books out there I haven’t read yet.”

As long as she can continue designing exciting lines of creative jewelry and educate people on the importance of sustainable living, Eden jewelry seems here to stay.

Eden can be bought on www.sadashop.com, the first online boutique based in Saudi Arabia.

For a sneak preview on some of their pieces and to join their monthly newsletter, go to www.edenscorner.com. / info@terra-eclat.com - www.terra-eclat.com

About Us June 30, 2013 00:00

Who is Terra Eclat?

Terra Eclat is a visionary luxury jewellery brand that draws inspiration from the beauty and wonder of the natural world and celebrates the majesty of the earth.

We craft jewellery that possesses a seductive vitality, raw soul and rare beauty,

This is living jewellery. Bold and brave.

We design in harmony with our carefully selected materials, to ensure that our product is nothing less than extraordinary.


What does Terra Eclat say for the wearer?

You are a force of nature.


Terra Eclat values:

We celebrate the earth, we care for the earth.

All of our jewellery is handmade, each and every piece unique.

Where possible we use ethically sourced sustainable materials and we work closely in providing fair-trade for our craftsmen.


Who wears Terra Eclat and how:

The word Terra Eclat has become synonymous with glamour. After seven years of business in Saudi Arabia, we have found that everyone from professionals to dignitaries and royalty have taken to wearing the brand for its unique elegance and sophisticated charm. We are proud of our rapidly expanding & loyal customer base who have become attached to the Terra Eclat brand and never want to take our jewellery off.


Founded in Edinburgh in 2007.

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