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    Lady Aya brooch is made in a traditional workshop in Senegal. Our African artisans crafted the silver prototype of the brooch for the Futurium permanent collection; the experimental museum of the future in Berlin.Under the artistic direction of jewelry designer Ngoné Sagna, committed to Made in Africa, the brooch was entirely handcrafted by her African goldsmiths.The metal was melted, cast, forged, chiseled and shaped to fit perfectly the artist's drawing and inspiration.The red wood was carved in imitation of the many precious stones that make up the brooch. Then the designer added the final touch of colors to represent the shine of the stones.More than a piece of high jewelry, Lady Aya is a project. It mobilizes the energy of...

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Ngoné élue lauréate au concours de design joaillerie AWIMA 2021!

Very honored to be the winner of the jewelry design competition AWIMA with the Lady Aya brooch among the top 10 designers. The fairy Lady Aya was chosen by the jury of experts and the public vote as a symbol of inspiration for all women in mining in Africa. Thanks to the AWIMA team and its partners Levin Sources and the World Bank for this superb feminine project. Thank you to the judges for choosing my Lady Aya design to represent the African woman in mining. Thank you to all of you, to my blessed ancestors, to my family, my friends, to Senegalese people, Africans, French and to all those in the world who voted for me, supported my candidacy...

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Ngone is participating to the AWIMA jewellery design competition, supporting women in mining in Africa

Designer Ngoné was selected as part of the 10 top designers for the jewelry design final competition organized by AWIMA (association of women in mining in Africa). A project supported by the World Bank and the NGO Levin Sources. Support her creation "Lady Aya" by voting on the platform (Public vote open until SUNDAY FEBRUARY 14 11:59 PM GMT) Please also share this post with your loved ones 😊 Much more than a pin , the Lady Aya jewel responds to the theme of the competition “Celebrating the courage and resilience of African women in the mining sector”. Discover the beautiful story of the mine fairy through this creation. Thanks to @ awima2063 , # theworldbankgroup, @ levinsources and...

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