Pippa Small was described by the Sunday Times in December 2012 as “the glamorous bohemian’s rock purveyor of choice”. The London-based designer is known for her different, organic, ethnic and ethical pieces. Her recent collections for Turquoise Mountain  have been designed in Afghanistan and draw on traditional design and materials. The latest collection is inspired by the Turkman flower designs of Central Asia and includes silver with gold wash necklaces and bracelets set with bright spring green peridot from central Afghanistan. There are also tumbled angel coloured kunzites of pale pinks and whispers of blue and green. Pippa has also incorporated enamel - a technique used traditionally but a skill that has become increasingly lost. The collection of coloured butterflies symbolise something beautiful, light and ephemeral at a time of increasing tension and violence in a country at a crossroads.

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