Mohammad Milad trained as an apprentice at the Jaweed Noori jewellery company - one of Afghanistan’s most prestigious jewellers. At the age of just 22 he went on to set up Rana Jewellery, naming the company after his daughter. At Rana, Mohammad enjoys the freedom of combining traditional and contemporary styles.
On top of the amount we pay the artisans, a further 5% of the value of this product goes towards the Turquoise Mountain Foundation. Turquoise Mountain supports Afghan artisans by providing them with three years of technical training, as well as a full range of business support following graduation.
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