Bazaar Pendant Necklace
An elegant pendant necklace with a tear-shaped lapis lazuli accent. The Bazaar Pendant Necklace features a geometric pattern reminiscent of arched, latticed screens that are common in Afghan architecture.
Inspired by poet Saib-e-Tabrizi who reminisced about the buzzing bazaars in the old city of Kabul:
"Every street in Kabul fascinates the eye.
In the bazaars, Egypt’s caravans pass by."
Materials: Lapis lazuli, with a gold-plated brass body and chain. Lead & nickel free.
Dimensions: Pendant measures 4.6cm x 2.2cm, with a necklace drop length of 21 to 23 cm.
Please keep in a dry and cool place away from moisture and direct sunlight. To polish your artisan's craft, use a wedge of lemon, and polish along the tarnished surface with a small cotton towel.
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Sayed Ayub Sadat was born in Kabul but grew up in Pakistan. Having started making jewellery when he was sixteen, he has now founded ‘Sapphire’ and works with a team of eleven other jewellers. For Sayed, his favourite part of the jewellery making process is in the initial designing and planning. What motivates him is making beautiful pieces and the pride he has in creating job opportunities for other Afghans, which, in turn, is making a small contribution to the growth of Afghanistan’s craft sector.
About the Collection
Ode to Kabul
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.
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Made slow, to last long.
Craftsmanship with a story.