Ronja Schipper of re:purpose has been crafting lovingly up-cycled jewellery since 2015. By using under-valued resources such as discarded bicycle inner tubes to create her stunningly soft and silky feather earrings, she aims to highlight our relationship with our at-risk environment and its resources.
Christchurch ceramicist Emma Turner enjoys telling stories about our every day surroundings in her artistic and functional pieces. From her home studio she produces appealing and practical thrown and hand built ceramic wares, as well as a range of striking, unique necklaces and brooches.
This outstanding piece by Born to be BoHo features a faceted citrine set in sterling silver and complemented with a golden dendritic quartz, a rare and enchanting combination. Every Born to be BoHo piece is crafted with the boho spirit, with a wide range of handmade works of art, along with fun and frivolous assembled designs – something to suit every budget!
Lovingly crafted from native New Zealand timbers and finished with silk thread, the Wooden Arch Necklace from Gwyneth Hulse Design is a stylish, elegant, and contemporary accent to your outfit.
You know what we love about Geo Jewellery‘s beautifully cast silver sea shells? (Apart from the fact that they’re simply gorgeous, that is.) Each one is named for where the original shell was found. It’s like being introduced to a cousin from your hometown!
Sally Herbert of HerbertandWilks Jewellery is a designer and maker of contemporary mixed metal jewellery. While first being captivated by the sculptural properties of cast glass and the lost wax process, she fell in love with jewellery making early on. She considers the medium similar – only on a smaller scale. Her pieces are modern and sculptural, with an emphasis on surface and texture.
Wairarapa primary school teacher and mum of three Elise Hoogsteden-Roberts of Fruit Salad Gal loves wearing her Allsorts jewellery to school – it’s an absolute hit with the kids. She enjoys the fact that her jewellery engages people and ignites smiles and conversation no matter … Read more »
We love this striking deep red Satinglas acrylic pendant, engraved with a Ngutukākā pattern, from Felt maker Wood Plus Designs. Ngutukākā is named for its beautiful red flowers, which hang in clusters of 15-20 blooms and are shaped like a kaka’s beak – hence Ngutu meaning beak/lips and Kākā meaning the native parrot of the same name…