MIRTA is a cutting-edge jewellery designer inspired by the refined principles of architectural design and the traditional techniques of silversmithing.
Soon school will be out for kids up and down the country. We can rest assured that plenty of raucous celebrations will ensue. Then it'll be time for us all to head outside in our familial bunches to make the most of an Indian Summer (hopefully). First thing's first, though, let's look at some radiant summer jewellery to get us in the mood.
In the history of wearable art the Indian subcontinent is like an immovable mountain, unchanged by the rampaging storms and floods that scarred its foothills.
It is the nature of all things that humans value most – someday that which is deeply coveted will cause a rift between those who ‘have’ and those who ‘have not’. In this respect the allure of jewellery can be a double-edged sword, capable of awakening a bloodthirsty greed.
This week we’ve been trawling through an array of fresh creations in an attempt to single out our favourite new jewellery designer. After much deliberation and several vats of coffee we can finally say we’ve tracked her down and it’s safe to say she’s worth the arduous search.