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Festive Gift Guide from our Retail Partners

Looking for a gift that gives, this festive season? We have collated a selection of products handmade by our supported artisans in Afghanistan, Myanmar and the Middle East, that will make unique and precious gifts.

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Leighton House Museum Reopens to the Public with Bespoke Turquoise Mountain Furniture

As part of the two-year revamp of the exquisite late-Victorian home of painter Sir Frederic Leighton, Turquoise Mountain artisans in Jordan created unique pieces for the new wing of Leighton House Museum, which has now reopened to the public.

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Heritage-inspired Fabrics Created in Collaboration with Weavers in Myanmar Launches at FOCUS/22

We recently launched our new range of heritage-inspired fabrics created in collaboration with weavers in Myanmar at FOCUS/22 at Chelsea Design Harbour.

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One Year Update, with profound thanks to our Crowdfunder supporters

As we reflect on the recent one-year anniversary marking the dramatic political crisis in Afghanistan, we wanted to share an update on the work that over 6,500 people so generously supported.

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Turquoise Mountain presents Crafting Couture, an online auction of pieces from Myanmar

In partnership with Lush Magazine Myanmar, Turquoise Mountain has launched a fashion show and online charity auction showcasing stunning pieces inspired by the diverse weaving traditions of Myanmar.

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The Art of the Lotus Flower: New Fine Jewellery from Myanmar

For London Craft Week 2022, Turquoise Mountain will launch a new fine jewellery collection in collaboration with talented goldsmiths in Yangon, Myanmar.

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Turquoise Mountain Celebrates the Launch of the Sahlan Jewellery Collection

In partnership with the Swarovski Foundation and Pippa Small Jewellery, Turquoise Mountain is proud to announce the launch of the Sahlan Collection, a new collection of jewellery produced by our apprentices and artisans in Jordan.

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Opportunity to Win Unique pieces of Calligraphy and Miniature Painting from Kabul

All of us at Turquoise Mountain are incredibly grateful for the extraordinary outpouring of support we’ve received over the last few months for our efforts in Afghanistan.

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Update on Emergency Food Distribution in Afghanistan

In this moment of extreme difficulty for Afghanistan, we are making a real difference in the lives of thousands of Afghan families. Thank you for your support in making that possible.

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Cultural Connection Through Jewellery

Vicki Sarge, long-time collaborator and friend of Turquoise Mountain, tells us about how she started working with Turquoise Mountain and why she loves sharing her knowledge and experience with women from other cultures.

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The Art of Lacquer

The art of lacquer has been practised in Myanmar for over a thousand years. Here, we explore the process behind this historic art form.

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Telling stories through jewellery

Juliana Domenico Carr, founder of jewellery brand Ico & the Bird, tells us why it is important to her to make pieces with meaning and why she chose to work with Turquoise Mountain

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A Story of Craftsmanship: Turquoise Mountain Artisans and Jo Malone London

This Ramadan, Turquoise Mountain artisans in the Middle East and Asia have created handcrafted gifts inspired by Islamic artistic traditions for Jo Malone London. Here, we sit down with the artisans behind the collection to find out more

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Who Made My Clothes?

For Fashion Revolution Week, we interview two artisans in our Textiles Atelier in Yangon, Jannie and Wai Mar Hnin

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Nuristan: Shedding light on an inaccessible craft

Hidden in the eastern mountains of Afghanistan, Nuristani woodcarvers have perfected their craft over the past thousand years, adorning houses and mosques with carefully carved patterns which meanings have now mostly been lost