We are Tanzire
Tanzire is a one-stop destination for handmade demi-fine jewelry crafted by independent women artisans across the globe. It was founded in 2019 by Suhani Batwara with an aim to marry cross-cultural experiences with progressive fashion.
Today, Tanzire is a platform where users come to celebrate their style and diverse culture.
Each piece created by our artisans tells the story of their hustles and achievements which they transform into beautiful wearable art using ethical, eco-conscious raw materials.
Our philosophy is rooted in championing sustainability and blurring the borders for jewelry. We believe in standing together as a community and keeping alive the traditional crafts and jewelry-making techniques of different countries on a global scale.
Tanzire houses artisans from countries like, Spain, Italy, Thailand, Israel, Honduras, Hong Kong, Greece, Indonesia, Vietnam, France, Morocco, India, dedicated to our vision of empowerment through the amalgamation of purpose and fashion.
Tanzire is the community-powered fashion ecosystem that’s kinder on the planet and kinder to people.
Our aim is to build the world’s most progressive, inclusive, and diverse home for demi-fine jewelry. A place where people can explore unique jewelry, experience different cultures, and become part of a community-driven zeitgeist that’s shaping the future for the better. This is a haven for people to be their true selves and celebrate their authentic style.
Our community consists of people crafting a better future, one piece of jewelry at a time.
A collective of diverse individuals who aspire to evolve and grow by being progressive, inclusive, and creative. From artisans being independent entrepreneurs, to the consumers being their unapologetic true selves, together, we are pushing fashion forward in so many different ways.
Creating unique looks, new trends and rewriting the rules of success on their own terms, from every artisan to each consumer - these are the people who power Tanzire, and supporting them is our top priority.