Pippa Small has designed over a dozen jewellery lines with Turquoise Mountain artisans. The most recent collaboration was with artisans in Yangon.
This year Pippa travelled alongside master goldsmith Tin Win to the World Economic Forum in Davos, to be a part of Turquoise Mountain’s immersive exhibition ‘MASTERWORKS: seeking connection, building communities’.
HRH Prince Charles’ Turquoise Mountain in collaboration with the World Economic Forum and the Smithsonian brought artisans together in Davos from Afghanistan, Myanmar, America, Britain, Saudi Arabia and Switzerland to collaborate and create cross cultures.
Lotus Myanmar Blossoms
A beautiful, striking pendant that can be appreciated as a closed bud and as a blossomed lotus. The bud represents potential, the open flower reveals the beauty within.
The stunning gold lotus flower with spinel gems made by Tin Win, master goldsmith from Myanmar. This wonderful opening and closing pendant was made for a special exhibition.
Watch the video below to see the creation come to life.
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