The Thanaka collection is inspired by the beautiful Thanaka paste designs that adorn the cheeks of Burmese women. Made from the ground bark of the Thanaka tree, the paste is the ultimate multi-tasker – acting as sunscreen, mud mask and make-up.
Reimagining the lines of Thanaka leaves, each design represents the beauty of ingenuity that lies within all of us.
The Plume collection is inspired by the peacock, the national bird of India and Burma. With its striking tail of many eyes, far from being a proud show pony, it is considered a powerful and compassionate guardian.
Designed to make a statement, this jewellery is a reminder to be splendid, stand tall and look out for those around you.
The Bloom collection celebrates the lotus flower, one of the most significant symbols of Buddhism and Hinduism. Unscathed by the mud from which it rises everyday - it is the graceful swan of the botanical world - both persistent and serene.
Designed to shimmer and glow, this jewellery is a reminder to have faith, and with a little bit of light, we can all rise up.
The Padauk collection is inspired by the national flower of Burma. Representing youthfulness and love, the Padauk is synonymous with the New Year festival, “Thingyan”, a time for water throwing, hair dying and good-natured shenanigans.
Designed to flutter and sway, this jewellery is a reminder to embrace the wonder of new beginnings.
The Precious collection is inspired by items carried by Edith on her trek to India and her early days in Bangalore. The collection marries Burmese and Indian motifs and miniature reproductions of some of her last remaining valuables.
Re-designed as easy to wear, modern day talismans, this jewellery is a reminder that life’s journey can turn the simplest things into precious treasures.