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Movers & Makers

Malika Mint, Aria V Jewellery

24th April, 2016

At Lake Baikal, near the Mongolian border, the mountainside monasteries etch out a silhouette of a woman against the forest. On the surface of the water, the mountain reflections turn from black to green to dusky pink with the sunrise.

The undulation of the lake has inspired the work of jewellery designer Varya Namsaraeva O’Neill, who travels back to her homeland every summer to spend time there with family. “It is extremely beautiful and wild,...

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