Tag: Jewellery

  • Genschi

    Genschi

    Angela comes from a background in the print industry. Having completed an apprenticeship after school, she spent 15 years in her trade as a Graphic Artist before diving full time into jewellery design and glass work.In 2007, she learnt the art of lampworking with the intention of creating one of a kind pieces of jewellery…

  • Nook

    Nook

    Nook reopens its brick and mortar store in September 2023, as a pop up, at West Village, West End. A stone’s throw from it’s origins on Browning Street. We continue to support and showcase local and handmade goods: pieces that you would keep for a lifetime.Our store is about a love and appreciation of well-designed,…

  • Zipei

    Zipei

    Founded in 2019, ZIPEI’s narrative started from “Home”, where the majority of the time was spent in her home studio due to the Covid lockdown. The design poetically interprets fragments of everyday life: a corner of a rustic concrete wall, a breeze through translucent blinds, the touch of soft bed sheets… These unnoticed moments of…

  • Shabana Jacobson

    Shabana Jacobson

    Contemporary Jeweller Shabana Jacobson has been making beautiful one-off pieces of jewellery for the last 20 years. She has 3 stores across Melbourne that showcase all her jewellery work as well as her other brands and design work such as her ceramics, skincare label, baby/home and lifestyle ranges.All production pieces are lovingly handmade in Melbourne…

  • Manuela Igreja

    Manuela Igreja

    Manuela Igreja is a Melbourne based jeweller. After moving to Australia from Portugal, she began to explore the diverse landscapes and fell in love with the local flora and fauna. With a background in mathematics and origami, it seemed a natural progression to explore the geometry and textures that surround us in her organic jewellery…

  • Irina Nazarova

    Irina Nazarova

    Hello, My name is Irina Nazarova, I am an artist and jewellery maker working from my lovely home studio in Adelaide. My art, both jewellery and paintings, is a response to the plethora of beauty existent in our gardens and natural environment that many may take for granted.Explore this site for works in the medium…

  • Haus of Dizzy

    Haus of Dizzy

    At the helm of Haus of Dizzy, proud Wiradjuri woman Kristy Dickinson creates bold, playful, statement-making jewellery that celebrates and honours Indigenous culture—imbuing a sense of empowerment and joy within everybody who wears it.Often featuring powerful political and social messages, each Haus of Dizzy piece is designed, laser-cut, hand-painted and assembled in the company’s studio,…