Pippa Small does not have anything of small, their ideas are great and even collect the best of the tradition.
Born in Canada but raised around the world. He was able to merge his medical anthropology studies with his interest in human rights among minorities, indigenous and tribal groups. She started to work with grass roots local organizations in Borneo, Thailand and India, looking at ways of protecting indigenous lands, knowledge and biodiversity.
Since little, creating jewelry was like a tactile diary of her existence, the pieces came to represent memories, emotions and people.
Awards and mentions are not lacking: ambassador of the human rights organization Survival International in 2008 and awarded MBE by the Queen in 2013 for ethical jewelry and charity work. Pippa also won Ethical Jeweler of the Year and the prestigious Walpole Corporate Social Responsibility award in 2016.
Her creations are striking, powerful and carry stories. In its web it dedicates an incredible space to the meaning of the stones, their uses and origins. ( Do not miss it and click on Stone Stories ).
201 Westbourne Grove
London W11 2SB
Tel. +44 (0) 20 7792 1292