Among a small number of female bench jewelers in Saudi, she believes that the soul of the designer is reflected throughout the piece, giving it a different feel when handcrafted. A religious relationship of a different kind is built between the artisan and the material.
Lillian’s goal is to encourage the rise of artisans in her home country, especially in the field of jewelry that lacks the female hand in the production process. Also, to preserve traditional skills together with new technologies introduced through contemporary design. The birth of the Modern Studio Jewelry movement in the 1940’s highly influenced her insistence to raise the awareness of craftsmanship and storytelling through her work.