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Turquoise Mountain has introduced the launch of a brand new heritage-inspired Afghan jewelry assortment.
It’s obtainable to view by appointment solely between 6 October and eight October, on the store of collaborator Vicki Sarge.
Each bit is designed with the model’s supported jewellers in Kabul, and is hand made in gold vermeil, gold plated brass or “vibrant” lapis lazuli.
The gathering reportedly attracts its inspiration from the “wealthy historical past and tradition of Afghanistan”, in addition to the “iconic” architectural design of the Gardens of Babur, in addition to the geometric patterns of Afghan artwork.
The model is supporting craftspeople throughout Afghanistan, connecting jewellers reminiscent of Saeeda Etebari with worldwide patrons and “sharing the great thing about Afghan design with the world”.
Etebari mentioned: “Designing a chunk that any person will purchase and put on is a particular expertise for me. I really like making a reference to somebody by means of a shared sense of magnificence.”
Turquoise Mountain was based in 2006 by HRH The Prince of Wales to revive historic areas and conventional crafts, in addition to to “present jobs, abilities and a renewed sense of delight”.
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