It all began when I came across a gorgeous little necklace in an outdoor market. It led to my meeting three Tibetan nuns who served long term imprisonment in Lhassa for taking part in a peaceful protest against the Chinese occupation.

During their exile in India, they learned the fine craft of micro-macrame jewelry making. Political refugees in Belgium since 2009, they still create some of Sharing jewelry.

Today the line has expanded and the adventure continues with a cooperative of Tibetan ladies in Dharamsala and a family from Kashmir.

Each piece is unique and handmade with faceted stones, beads and thread. Refined and poetic, Sharing jewelry has soul and carries a story.

As little sparkes of light and joy, these delicate marvels are ties that weave ties.

Sharing found its genesis in my journeys and chance encounters.


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