Meet the makers

Delicate jewellery inspired by tribes and tradition

Meet the makers: Soni lineage and Kalebelia tribes.

We have been working with talented silversmiths in Rajasthan to make our jewellery for many years. 

Rajasthan is a traditional part of India that creates a vivid and visual feast for the senses. Walk the streets there and you will likely see camels, peacocks, giant turbans and swashbuckling moustaches, elaborately clad gypsy girls with huge nose rings and bright saris! 

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Ethically Sourced Clothing | How We Source Our Materials

The fabrics we use at Forage Design are hand selected. We travel to India each year to choose from large markets in Delhi. The main market is called Shanti Mohalla, a 1.5-hour journey for us through the smoke, noise, and bedlam of New Delhi traffic! 

Through a maze of narrow alleyways containing shops of every shape and size crammed on top of each other, rolls of fabrics line the streets. 

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The hands behind our leather pocket belts

Meet the makers: SHAKEEL.

Over the years, we have watched the businesses of our trusted network of makers grow. The people who help us make our products are wildly talented, bringing the vision of each new design to life using the best quality materials, sourced in the most ethical and sustainable way. 

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