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!
Hana Makin began her jewellery-making journey in England, but now produces her pieces from her home beside beautiful Petone Beach. Inspired by this and the nearby Zealandia Sanctuary, her work features our fauna and landscape prominently (and in the case of the landscape, literally – small found items often make their way into her work). She’s inspired by found things, natural things and old things, and she loves handcrafting her Hana Made Jewellery in her workshop by the sea.
If you’re looking for timelessly elegant wedding bands then we think these rings fit the bill perfectly. This beautiful personalised wedding band set from Whalebird Jewellery features 5mm bands with a lightly textured finish in sterling silver. Each ring can be hand stamped on the inside with up to thirty letters or numbers and will be custom made to fit.
These tiny, delicate monarch butterfly wings from Adele Stewart are just one of the designs from her beautiful new butterfly themed range of enamelled silver earrings and pendants. Hand engraved and enamelled with glass enamel, the silver is then oxidised or polished as appropriate to produce the final stunning finish. Just gorgeous!
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.
Jewellery maker Anna Quartly of Pigeon Thomas says that the inspiration for her work comes from living off-grid and self sufficiently. With the beautiful natural vista of Kahurangi National Park visible from her Golden Bay/Mohua home, she finds she is able to stay focused on what is important. She loves to create pieces that are special – one of a kind – working with natural materials that are simple, pure, and renewable.
Hunting for the perfect wedding jewellery? (Or jewellery for any special occasion…) A leaf design makes such a beautifully shaped earring, and the detail in these drops from Whalebird Jewellery is just gorgeous. We think that what makes these perfect is that the stem becomes the earring hook in a single elegant curve – take a look!
When Canterbury jeweller Fiona Boeyen of Fantail & Co Jewellery was younger, she wanted to be an archaeologist. How people lived a long time ago – and how they decorated themselves with jewellery – fascinated her. As she grew up, this interest developed into being a jeweller herself, still with a strong interest in history. Fiona enjoys making her distinctive style of earrings, rings and pendants, and loves to meld river stones, sea glass, and semi precious stones into her work.