Do you remember the last time you were so confident that you felt you can conquer the world? That is what jewelry does for me on a daily basis.

Meet Nada


Born and raised in Egypt, I was surrounded by plenty of chunky jewels and statement creations (I can certainly thank the pharaohs for that). This sparked an interest in vibrant and bold jewelry pieces from a very young age.

Growing up, I always got in trouble for going through my mom’s jewelry collection and wearing it around the house. From a very young age, I was fascinated by the different colors, shapes and texture in this small object that make you stand out. 

 The Vision


You know how they say give a girl the right pair of heels and she can conquer the world? Well, at the House of Zada, I believe that if you give a girl the right piece of jewelry, she can conquer the world. That is my drive behind each piece I design. I want to give you that same boost of confidence and daring feeling I get every time I put on a piece of jewelry yet maintain high quality to last for years to come.  Sometimes, it's the small things in life that make all the difference.


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Heavily inspired by my Egyptian heritage, everywhere I looked, there they were. Depictions of the pharaohs with an armor of jewels, whether it maybe a necklace or an earring, that felt so powerful and in control. The bold looks, the vibrant gold chains, the endless turquoise inspired pieces and blue hues are just a few mainstays in my line. 

What I love


At the House of Zada, your new favorite piece of jewelry is handcrafted right here in the USA. I love the fact that I can personally handpick many of the stones and other components. By combining my attention to detail and incooperating gold/silver filled, sterling silver, vermeil and gemstone components to name a few, help me offer quality pieces for you to call your own. 

No matter how you look at it, jewelry is valuable in so many ways. In ancient history, jewelry was a symbol of wealth, royalty and power. Today, it is the number one gift we seek for something that will hold a sentimental value. For all these reasons and more, who doesn’t love jewelry?