For Düsseldorf designer Gisa Golpira, fair gold is a family affair.
Trademark: tiny lumps of gold, raw, untreated, unique. This is how the story of designer Gisa Golpira also began. As a small girl, she moved to the rainforest of Peru with her mother and her mother's partner. The couple's plan: to find gold without exploiting nature or people. In 2013 Gisa, who has been living back in Germany for some time, decided to continue the family tradition. By founding her own jewellery label. She knows exactly where the tiny nuggets that embellish her chains and rings come from. From her parents' stocks.