We started with a group of people who enjoys traveling especially explore rural villages in developing countries, we were all fascinated by those artistic jewelry made by country artisans, they are not made with high-value materials like gold or diamond, but simply materials exist in their living environment, we believe a true value is not just about what it made of, instead it is about what it made for.
We appreciate every piece of their hard working and aim to bring more humanity to the modern world. We're hoping others might also inspire by looking these imperfection collections.
"This SHOP began at Rajasthan north-west India When I first realize how beautiful that handmade jewelry is, and I wonder why couldn't I seeing these in the city, the thing we have in our cities are dominated by "modern jewelry" "emperor business". Things you will see are always with white background and showing the perfection of the piece.
I like to tell people that we have more option than just those perfect jewelry, diamond gold rings, graceful necklace those are nice but we could have a bit more humanity and uniqueness. That inspired me to bring lovely handmade jewelry to the internet. And aim that, one day the mainstream of jewelry business can be more diverse."
How we work
We collect products from the onward travelers, some individual artist, as well as import products mainly from south-east Asia, we also carry a bit of Japanese and Korean product on our website, as long as the product fit into our concept. we don't mind where it comes from. (**if you want to sell your Jewelry in here, please contact us email@example.com)
Bring happiness to people, we would rather make No money, but make you happy.
Our business is not purely for commercial purpose, We like people to enjoy their shopping, and feeling meaningful for what they do, If you couldn't afford upon some specific item, tell us, as long as you got good reason for us, we would happy to send you a free gift or discount voucher/cash voucher.
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