Drawing on the splendor of her homeland, Turkey, Enise brings the opulence of Istanbul's grand palaces, the colors of old-world spice bazaars and the mystery of treasures hidden beneath the Aegean Sea to her unique jewelry designs. She continues a long tradition of jewelry making in Turkey that dates back centuries to empires of long ago. Dedicated to her craft, she creates jewelry as art.

Enise began designing jewelry in 1999, melding silver, semiprecious stones and pearls into one-of-a-kind pieces with universal appeal. The founder of Enise, has developed a large following of loyal customers worldwide through her retail stores, as well as through trunk shows at such venues as Bloomingdale's and Takashimaya, where some of the most selective buyers in the business vie for the latest trends. Some of the most glamorous and accomplished women -- from music moguls and Hollywood actresses to newscasters and senators -- proudly wear Enise's designs. Each piece of jewelry is as individual as the woman who wears it.

Enise designs her delectable pieces to be worn alone -- or draped in layers that can be mixed and matched at whim. Some are delicate, some are dramatic -- and all are eye-catching. Her silver and 18K gold-dipped collection is vast, so you can choose a different look for every day of the week -- and you can go from day to night by adding an extra layer of dazzling gemstones, ranging from amethysts and aquamarines to pink quartz and smoky topaz, and from citrine and garnets to turquoise and carnelian.

Enise's creative eye is matched by her impeccable hand craftsmanship. She works with different shapes, textures and color combinations -- and will custom design pieces to meet a client's tastes or for a special occasion. Enise is passionate about her work -- and it shows. Anyone who meets Enise will attest to her exceptional customer service. In fact, she says, in her typically bubbly style, "Customer satisfaction is my ultimate goal." 
Enise has an extensive background in retailing, and served as director of operations for 17 department stores before pursuing jewelry design full-time. Previously, she was an adult educator for the US State Department, and a master trainer for the World Bank.

Look for Enise's newest designs inspired by the old world. They will quickly become timeless treasures you can wear anytime.