The Tuareg people live in the Sahara Desert in Africa.
The Tuareg are known as the "blue-clad people" because of the indigo-dyed blue turbans they wear to cover their faces and bodies, and they are a nomadic people in the desert famous for their female lineage.
Their silverware is one of the traditional crafts handed down from generation to generation, and they are said to be the first people in Africa to begin silversmithing, and in Europe, their native jewelry is recognized as the twin of Indian jewelry.
The patterns, which are carefully carved by hand, are meant to ward off evil spirits, and are strongly influenced by ancient myths and folklore. A silver collection that can be enjoyed by both men and women alike with its unique sharp yet rounded design.