Artisan Origins: Kabul, Afghanistan.
Lapis lazuli earrings, with eclectic geometry inspired by the Kochi nomadic tribe of Afghanistan.
Lapis lazuli centerpiece, with gold-plated brass body and hooks.
Lead and nickel free.
4.4cm x 1.6cm.
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 surface with a small cotton towel.
The ZIBÂ Earrings are handcrafted by the artisan Nazila from the old city of Kabul, Afghanistan.
Nazila takes inspiration from the textures and patterns of traditional Afghan art, untilising natives stones in her contemporary creations. As a graduate of Turquoise Mountain Institute, Nazila founded 'Goharshad', which means 'shining jewel'.
These geometric pieces are inspired by the traditional Kuchi nomad tribe of Afghanistan.
Learn more about Nazila's craftsmanship here.