Sharing started with a simple necklace found in an outdoor market which led to actually meeting the Tibetan ladies who made it. The three nuns had served long term imprisonment in Lhassa for taking part in a peaceful protest against the Chinese occupation.
Established in Belgium since 2009, they are still part of the Sharing story, creating some of our jewellery.
Today the line has expanded and the adventure continues with a small production unit based in Dharamsala and a family unit in Rajhastan.
Each piece is unique, handmade with semi-precious faceted stones, beads and thread.
Refined and poetic, Sharing jewelry has soul and carries a story.
As little sparkles of light and joy, these delicate marvels travel the world creating bonds and weaving ties.
Sharing Katia Samson