Sustainable and ingenious, each earring is handmade by artisans in Swaziland from waste recycled newspaper pulp and varnished, coloured clay. A gift with a difference. These pieces of jewellery have real heart and soul, each is unique and tells its own, thoughtful story. Each earring features a disc of colour with a recycled, handmade brass edge. A matching ring is available for a pulled-together look. Available in vibrant blue or emerald. Quazi employs artisans giving them economic freedom.
Recycled newspaper pulp and paper, recycled glass and brass
These finely textured bangles are handmade by the women in the Flowering Desert Project in Tamil Nadu, India. In striking silver- or gold- plated elegant brass, they’re the perfect basic for layering. Grab a few and wear them in threes or fours, or stack them with contrasting pieces in different textures and colours for drama.
Gold or sterling silver plated brass
16k gold plated copper
Length of chain 41cm plus 2cm extension.