Discover works from master artisans across Jordan, who are highly skilled in different craft disciplines; including wood carving, mother-of-pearl inlay, wood mosaic, as well as brass and copper metalwork. The finished pieces are a testament to the region’s rich heritage, as well as the profound innovation of modern-day craftsmen.
One of the earliest forms of ornamental jewellery, hoops have long been a symbol of power and prestige. A jewellery staple, our ethical hoops are handcrafted by our artisan partners in distinct styles designed to make you stand out.
The Azure Collection highlights the iconic silhouettes of the Hindu Kush mountains, as well as the quail bird; long heralded as a symbol of good luck and fortune. Each piece from the Azure Collection was designed by Lama El Desouky, and was handcrafted in collaboration with a team of Afghan artisans.
Timeless earrings fused with ancient traditions and craftsmanship. Shop our range of ethical earrings - discover traditional hammered metals from the Tuareg in Burkina Faso and fine statement earrings from our partners in Afghanistan.
Our series of coveted Gift Sets are the perfect gift for your loved ones this festive season. Each set features an exclusive motif inspired by the ancient Silk Road and has been lovingly handcrafted by artisans in Kabul.
Small-batch artisan pieces crafted by displaced refugee artisans living in Lebanon & Burkina Faso. Each piece showcases the courage and resilience of the artisan maker. Handcrafted in partnership with Afrika Tiss, Oshana, and Tight-Knit Syria.
Discover colourful, geometric embroidered clutches and one-of-a-kind camel hair shawls. Handmade in partnership with Oshana.
Oshana is a community organisation supporting Syrian women refugees through economic empowerment, education and drama therapy. All profits flow back to the women in need, helping women and their children stay in school, often in areas where NGOs are unable to reach.
Jewellery and homewares ethically made by artisans in Afghanistan.
We're committed to supporting our artisan partners. The artisans are paid above fair-trade prices, and we commit an additional 10% of proceeds to our non-profit partner Turquoise Mountain to support vital activities on-the-ground.
This collection preserves age-old artisan techniques from the Tuareg community of northern Mali, who are currently refugees in Burkina Faso. Each jewellery and home decor piece fuses artisanal leather with hammered metals, such as aluminium and copper.
Our range of scarves and shawls are inspired by the tactile hues of Cambodia’s flowing lakes and verdant nature. Handwoven by artisans along the Mekong River using traditional shibori and ikat dyeing techniques, with a modern aesthetic.
In a tranquil village in Ghana, a collective of women weavers create intricately woven handbags featuring ecologically harvested raffia from family farmers in Ghana. The women are crafting baskets - an ancient craft that has been passed down from generation to generation. Each handbag features traditional craft fused with modern design. Made in partnership with AAKS.
Bask in the brilliance of time-honoured Afghan craftsmanship. Each piece is a homage to Jali - the intricate, ornamental nature of Islamic architecture. Ethically crafted by artisans in the Old City of Kabul.
Ethical jewellery - handcrafted by artisans around the world. From contemporary, brass jewellery crafted by Kenyan artisans to fine, heritage-inspired heirlooms from Afghanistan in lapis lazuli, discover our selection of unique, timeless jewellery from around the world.
Ethical jewellery with a story to tell. Discover the extraordinary human stories behind our jewellery collections - each piece has been artfully crafted by master artisans in Afghanistan, Burkina Faso, Kenya, and Nepal.
An ode to the colourful vibrant kites that grace the Afghan skyline. Our latest trio of jewellery pay tribute to the fierce sport of kite-flying, long considered the national sport of Afghanistan. An ancient sport stretching back 800 years old, the Afghan kite is a symbol of identity, pride, and resilience. The Kite Capsule honours the elegant, geometric motifs found on Afghan kites.
Our selection of sustainable home goods and fine accents have been curated from our artisan partners around the world. Explore a curation of virgin wool cushion covers and striking home adornments that are as ethical as they are long-lasting.
Inspired by the rich detailing found in elements across upon the Minaret of Jam, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in western Afghanistan. Each piece offers a modern interpretation of the Minaret's intricate, geometric carvings.
Our curation of ethical necklaces range from artisanal heirloom pieces to modern necklaces. All necklaces are handmade by our artisans in Kenya and Afghanistan and feature local materials such as Lapis Lazuli, and upcycled brass.
An ode to the city of Kabul. This 12-piece collection pays homage to the vibrant markets and bazaars, as well as the golden sun that shines high over the city.
Inspired by the lyrical poetry of Persian master Saib-e-Tabrizi, whose eloquent words captured the beauty and wonder of Kabul. Each piece has been made in partnership with our non-profit partner, Turquoise Mountain, in Afghanistan.
Ethical rings handmade by the finest artisans in Kenya and Afghanistan. From sustainable upcycled brass to exquisite stones from Afghanistan, each piece is a testament to longstanding artisan traditions.
Discover the Sikhara Range collection, inspired by the majestic Himalayas and the ancient and ornate detailing found in Nepali temples and palaces. Our latest collection is all about the finer things - shop statement jewellery informed by Nepali design.
This Afghan series celebrates the hope of men and women united together in harmony for a more just society. Each piece is an elegant rendition of the equality symbol, as imagined by acclaimed designer - Lama El Desouky.
Afghanistan was once the land at the heart of the world trade. It sits at the heart of Central Asia, at the meeting point of ancient trade routes – the Silk Roads – that go out to all parts of Asia. The cities that were located along the Silk Roads included Balkh, Bamiyan, Herat, Badakhshan and Kabul.