My objects of desire: Chupi Sweetman
The founder and chief executive of Irish jewellery brand Chupi talks history, heirlooms and gorgeous gems with Nathalie Márquez Courtney
I love pieces with a story. I love to connect with the things I own. I really like the idea of curating things around me that are going to be passed on, that are worthwhile and beautiful. Ikea’s wonderful, but have you ever seen an Ikea piece passed down?
I was brought up in an era where you had to really think about what you were buying. E-commerce has made everything so easy...
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