Sustainable and fascinating, each earring is handmade by artisans in Swaziland from layers of recycled magazines. These pieces of jewellery have real heart and soul, each is unique and tells its own, thoughtful story. These bold earrings feature a flat diamond of colour, ringed in layers, with a shepherd hook made from recycled brass. Available in red, yellow and grey, but colours may vary as they come from magazine pages. Quazi employs artisans giving them economic freedom.
Recycled magazine paper, varnish
Made by the women of the Flowering Desert Project in Tamil Nadu, India – employment that’s fairly paid, and with training – these anchor-shaped earrings add a jaunty nautical touch to your look. Whether you’re a cheeky pirate, a dashing yacht fan, or seaside lover, you’ll feel closer to the waves wearing these iconic pieces. Handmade from brass sheet and planished using a hammer, these textured earrings will shine at night and add personality during the day. Matching pendant available.
Inspired by the force of hailstones, these dramatic ear studs are unique and fascinating. Harnessing the raw power of nature, yet sophisticated, these are easy to wear every day, yet lend a touch of drama to any look. Matching necklace available.
Gold plated brass
1cm x 0.6cm
Made by the women of the Flowering Desert Project in Tamil Nadu, India – employment that’s fairly paid, and with training – these star-shaped earrings add a subtle edge of drama to your look. Star prints are flying off the racks, and this is a great way to nod to the trend. Handmade from brass sheet and planished using a hammer, these textured earrings will shine at night and add personality during the day.