Ecologically aware girls will love this penguin-shaped pendant, made in collaboration with WWF, the world's leading independent conservation organisation. He’s artfully carved from a single tagua nut, which comes from a palm in the South American jungle and is also known as ‘vegetable ivory’. This ethical jewellery is handmade in Ecuador by Magdalena and Albert, who earn a fair wage and have regular work as a result of their collaboration with Just Trade. Not only ethically sound, but eye-catchingly cute.
Tagua nut, sterling silver
Chain length approx 45cm, pendant 2cm x 1cm
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
Pearls are a jewellery box classic; flattering, elegant and timeless. ORA Pearls puts a fashion-forward twist on a classic, the delicate designs enhancing the natural beauty of one of nature’s most exquisite gems. This ultra-fine bracelet with a pearl charm is simple and beautiful, and easy to wear day or evening. Handmade in London.
Freshwater pearl, 925 sterling silver
Ethically made by women at the Hope Jewellery fair trade project in Peru, this wide, spiral-shaped bangle is striking, chic and bold. The geometric brass shape is hand-cut and polished using traditional techniques, and will sit just as well singly with a cutting-edge outfit as layered with other pieces for a more eclectic look.