Inspired by the language of Moorish design
We set out to create jewelry that connects sacred spaces and promotes pluralism and tolerance. We launched our first line of products in Dubai during the UAE’s year of Tolerance.
"Celebrating craftsmanship, highlighting cross-cultural connections and committing to the UN sustainability goals, these are our core objectives."
- Our Founder Chama Mechtaly
Imagine if you could own fine jewelry that celebrates geometric architecture, carries spiritual significance, and bridges both cultural and gender gaps in society.
Now imagine if this jewelry is also masterfully and ethically hand-crafted in Dubai, democratically priced and delivered to your doorstep. Sounds too good to be true? Read about how we made it possible.
We, at Moors and Saints, understand that your jewelry must reflect the intersectional layers of your identity and leave the world a better place instead of breeding conflict.
So we set out to create 100% conflict -free and handmade jewelry from which 10% of profit is donated to partner NGOs working on the education and empowerment of girls.
We also wanted to connect cultures and celebrate the stories of coexistence, pluralism and inclusion that defined some of the greatest civilizations of the world.
INSPIRED BY SACRED SITES, CULTIVATING SACRED SISTERHOOD
We are committed to empowering women and minorities, so we donate 10% of profit to partner NGOs working on the education and empowerment of girls.