Marizhka

Fine artist in love with the concept of jewellery as wearable art and the use of unusual materials in unexpected ways to create pieces that go beyond the imagination. I enjoy scouring the net for unique handmade art jewellery pieces and hope to build an amazing site that would inspire all jewellery lovers out there.
Bekki Churcher - Painted collection | steel brooch and bangle, silver, industrial enamel

Her jewellery pieces consist of strong architectural lines, three dimensional shapes and angles mainly inspired by the building site of St. Peter’s Seminary in Scotland. Her works look interestingly unique at different angles making the back as special as the front.

I really love her work as it brings back fond memories of the time I was taking my Fine Arts degree - I was also exploring construction sites and did a series of painting based on lines, angles and light.

Bekki Churcher - Painted collection | steel brooch and bangle, silver, industrial enamel

Her jewellery pieces consist of strong architectural lines, three dimensional shapes and angles mainly inspired by the building site of St. Peter’s Seminary in Scotland. Her works look interestingly unique at different angles making the back as special as the front.

I really love her work as it brings back fond memories of the time I was taking my Fine Arts degree - I was also exploring construction sites and did a series of painting based on lines, angles and light.

Farrah Al-Duhaili (England)

"My design methodology revolves around the act of drawing as an intuitive and subconscious process; geometric and organic components ‘grow’ alongside each other to create hybrid forms not overtly floral, but organic and playful."

Amazing jewellery pieces right out of the drawing books — beautiful lines, marks and colours! I simply love it!

Clara Niubo: Brooch, wood, copper, enamel paint, silver and nickel


Her jewellery pieces exude such lightness and tranquility as if each component has magically and effortlessly fallen into place - exactly where they belong. She also does a lot of illustrations in watercolour and ink. Check out her blog for more!

Luis Acosta - bracelet | different types of paper, six stitched layers of paper
Another brilliant artist who designs and makes fashion accessories in miscellaneous materials as well as paper jewellery.

Luis Acosta - bracelet | different types of paper, six stitched layers of paper

Another brilliant artist who designs and makes fashion accessories in miscellaneous materials as well as paper jewellery.

Emma Grace - Spangled earrings | Oxidised sterling silver, sterling silver, 18ct yellow gold.

"Emma’s work, predominantly in sterling silver and 18ct gold, contrasts bold lines with organic forms to build a playful tension. Drawing inspiration from the modern art movement and making reference to primal nature, Emma works this delicate balance to create emotional resonance."

Emma Grace - Spangled earrings | Oxidised sterling silver, sterling silver, 18ct yellow gold.

"Emma’s work, predominantly in sterling silver and 18ct gold, contrasts bold lines with organic forms to build a playful tension. Drawing inspiration from the modern art movement and making reference to primal nature, Emma works this delicate balance to create emotional resonance."

Mel Miller - Foggy day in Parkville, 2010 | Brooch | sterling silver, enamel, copper, labradorite, bouncy balls, felted wool, enamel paint.

Mel transforms mundane materials into jewellery pieces that exude a quirky charm. Something once ignored takes on preciousness and begins to tell its story. Do check out her bouncy balls jewellery collection - they look so delicious and some even glow in the dark.

Mel Miller - Foggy day in Parkville, 2010 | Brooch | sterling silver, enamel, copper, labradorite, bouncy balls, felted wool, enamel paint.

Mel transforms mundane materials into jewellery pieces that exude a quirky charm. Something once ignored takes on preciousness and begins to tell its story. Do check out her bouncy balls jewellery collection - they look so delicious and some even glow in the dark.

Yuko Fujita - Wooden earrings | Oxidised sterling silver, wood, paint.

"Yuko’s pieces are realised through a spontaneous reaction to her materials, which creates outcomes that are never the same, reclaiming found objects as wearable sculptures."

Yuko Fujita - Wooden earrings | Oxidised sterling silver, wood, paint.

"Yuko’s pieces are realised through a spontaneous reaction to her materials, which creates outcomes that are never the same, reclaiming found objects as wearable sculptures."

Nature is not only all that is visible to the eye.. it also includes the inner pictures of the soul.

— wisdom of Edvard Munch

Julia Middleton - Adaptations of Objet Trouvé

Middleton’s pieces are crafted from her direct environment.

"I wanted to represent where I live geographically,  by creating works that use the surrounding environment, all hand picked found pieces of natural materials from the creek next to my house, the opals were found on the shed floor amongst the dust, the twine and rope twisted around a piece of strewn boat from the recent floods…”

Julia Middleton - Adaptations of Objet Trouvé

Middleton’s pieces are crafted from her direct environment.

"I wanted to represent where I live geographically, by creating works that use the surrounding environment, all hand picked found pieces of natural materials from the creek next to my house, the opals were found on the shed floor amongst the dust, the twine and rope twisted around a piece of strewn boat from the recent floods…”