The essence of ancient artifacts is reimagined into bold, hand-crafted pieces of contemporary jewellery in the Rafesh collection. Across the sterling silver surfaces delicate swirls of hand etched detail contrast...
Lending their structure from a type of wooden window covering used throughout traditional architecture in the Middle East, the Mashrabiya earrings feature the signature latticework characteristic. The intricate patterned panels...
Our Shefteshy collection consists of different pieces of handcrafted filigree jewellery and is a celebration of the skill and workmanship that is required for the ancient technique of filigree. A silversmith must...
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What is sustainable jewellery and why is it important?
“Is this piece Green?” is probably not the first question that pops into our heads when buying jewellery. But sustainability in the jewellery industry has become increasingly important.
A few years ago, I attended an interesting jewellery workshop, the last part involved interviewing different people about jewellery, especially the first piece of jewellery that they remembered from their childhood.
This ancient, delicate, lace like, intricate technique continues to distinguish the more skilled artisan from other gold and silversmiths. Since 3000 BC, this beautiful artform spread from the ancient world to modern times.