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We are very proud to have worked with Turquoise Mountain Myanmar since 2015. Since working with them, we have seen the political landscape shift and change, and the people's struggles become more acute.
In April, I made my first trip back to Yangon since both Covid and the change in government to visit the workshops and artisans. It was wonderful to be back, but it is a very tense and uncertain time for the men and women we work with.
Their work, detail, and skill continue to astound me. These small gold fruits symbolize life and the continuation of hope and new beginnings, which feel suiting.
The watery blue aquamarine and hopeful green peridot are from a small family mine in Mogok and speak of nature's power of regeneration.