Fusing the organic with the modern, this asymmetrical necklace is bold yet elegant. The dreamily dramatic single pendant in deep oceanic blue is carved from tagua nut by Magdalena of the MYA project in Quito, Ecuador, a sustainable and environmentally friendly alternative to animal ivory. Its irregular shape contrasts with a sophisticated, hi-shine brass oblong, hand cut and polished by Lizet of Hope Jewellery in Peru. for maximum impact. The pieces come hung on an unusual, silver ball chain. Based in Peckham, Just Trade build fair-trade relationships with highly skilled artisans in south America and India to create ethical jewellery with polish and style.
Brass, tagua nut, silver plated chain
Chain length approx 70cm
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
Individually sculpted and hand-painted, no two pieces of Ruby’s are the same. Her trademark muted pastel colours with eye-catching, 12-carat gold highlights make each piece pop, with a fresh take on traditional chintz. These bangles are really fun and distinctive statement pieces. Handmade in Australia.
Inside diameter approx 6.5cm but handmade so varies