Sustainable and fascinating, each ring 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. This statement piece features a large muted or bright, flat disc of colour, ringed in layers on a recycled brass base. Quazi employs artisans giving them economic freedom.
Recycled newspaper pulp and paper, recycled brass
Twit-twoo! This super-cute, 3D, birdhouse pendant has a resident owl that makes a comforting clicking noise as you move. Laser cut from natural wood, it’s a toy and necklace in one. Retro, funny, and fascinating. Handmade in Australia.
Wood, acrylic, leather
Cord length adjustable, birdhouse 4.5cm x 4cm x 3cm
Inspired by the lines of art deco architecture, this unusually shaped necklace is hand made from wood and Perspex, topped with hand-cut brass, all contrasting stunningly. An amulet is a charm with magic power – let this statement piece protect you night and day. Handmade in London.
Wood, perspex, brass, gold plated chain
60cm chain length, pendant 5cm x 3cm
Inspired by the magical architecture of Ricardo Bofill, these oval-shaped earrings combine the colours of his designs with the bold curves and post-modern lines of his buildings. Cerebral, yet elegant, the walnut-edged geometric shapes are inlaid with mirrored gold acrylic, and highlighted in deep indigo, and hang from a round, indigo-and-walnut stud. The design moves gently with you. Matching necklace available. Designed and handmade by architect Malaika in her Ladbroke Grove studio.
Walnut, acrylic, formica, sterling silver earring post
6.8cm x 2.5cm