Tuareg Jade Earrings


The Tuareg are nomadic people who maintain their Berber ways, most of whom live in the Sahara. Tuareg smiths or inadan wan-tizol, makers of weapons and jewellery, are known to produce bold pieces of body adornments using geometric patters and motifs to symbolise meaning in their culture in silver, white metal and copper.

These earrings are symbolic of Tuareg culture and metal work with hand carved Jade gemstone ethically sourced in Java. 

Width: 2cm 

Length: 5cm


Brass’ warm, golden colour and malleability make it a popular choice for jewellery, particularly in bohemian and vintage styles. Whether you're looking for a statement piece or a subtle accent, brass jewellery is sure to add a touch of unique charm to any outfit.


Silver has been used in jewellery for thousands of years due to its lustrous shine, durability, and affordability. It's also believed to have healing properties and metaphysical benefits, making it a popular choice for both its aesthetic appeal and potential holistic effects.


Gold has been treasured and used for jewellery since ancient times, admired for its rarity and beauty. This precious metal comes in a range of colours, and can be crafted into a variety of jewellery styles, from delicate chains to bold rings.

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Tuareg Jade Earrings


Crafted by artisans

Our jewellery is crafted by skilled artisans from Bali and Kenya, whom we take great pride in collaborating with. Through this partnership, we not only create one-of-a-kind, stunning pieces but also support the growth of local communities.

Ethical sourcing

Sustainable production

Supporting communities


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