Sharing was born out of a crush on a mottled necklace during a trip that would take me to meet three Tibetan nuns. Exiled to India, after long years in prison in Lhasa, for having participated in a peaceful demonstration against the Chinese occupation, they will learn there to make delicate jewels of fine stones connected by a thread. Since then, Sharing has been enriched by new encounters and new creations. A cooperative of Tibetan women in Dharamsala and a family of craftsmen from Kashmir joined us.
Each piece of jewelery is a unique piece made up of fine faceted stones and thread. Refined and poetic, these jewels have a soul, a story. Like little sparks of light and joy, they have a bond that connects us.