Posts Tagged ‘Jewellery’

New Fail Homewares

My obsession with hardware has always made me think of hinges, doorhandles and hooks as jewellery for the home – which makes this new collection by Austin, Texas-based jewellery designer Christine Fail pretty perfect in my eyes. Using the same techniques of hand-cutting and hammering brass as her line of handcrafted jewellery, Fail has created a delicate collection […] Read more…

I Love: Beklina

As well as becoming obsessed with offerings from Californian boutique Beklina.  From juicy bangles made of marbled resin to gorgeous tasselled brass bangles and enamelled lockets in candy hues, I. Want. Them. All.   Read more…

Shop Love: Cisthene

I’m probably the last person to discover and fall in love with ‘online apothecary’ Cisthene, curated by the extremely talented Jen Altman. Jen is a professional photographer and author whose clients include Chronicle Books, Martha Stewart Living and Kinfolk Magazine. Self-described as ‘Purveyor of Talismans, Potions and Pouches’ Cisthene carries an irresistible and unique product collection of […] Read more…

Necklaces from Bailey Doesn’t Bark

I love re-visiting the site of one of my old favourites – I used to be obsessed with Bailey Doesn’t Bark’s unusual style a few years ago… they are known for their simple ceramics decorated with sweet bugs and trailing ants. Since my last visit they have added a small collection of exquisite jewelery with […] Read more…

Beholden

So… I am getting married next year [shy]. David proposed in July in what used to be Westminster Library… I haven’t really been hitting the wedding magazines and blogs because I know exactly I (sorry we) want. We are getting married in Mumbai and it’s going to be really simple and balmy and magical. However, […] Read more…

Erie Basin

I’m off to New York in the summer and I’m dying to visit this place – mainly because of its wonderfully Gothic sounding name, but also because of its similarity to a Natural History Museum exhibit – with its cabinets full of glittering ancient objects and furniture that look like archeological artifacts. Erie Basin is […] Read more…

Charmed Life

Nicola Malkin was one of the first people I ever interviewed and wrote about – as subjects go, she was a pretty interesting one! Nicola is a young artist who creates large scale ceramic jewellery  – giant charm bracelets, and completely oversized old fashioned stud earrings. Since interviewing her years ago, when she had produced […] Read more…

Larger than life

Can you believe these little fantastical treasures? French jewellery brand Miss Bibi creates tiny whimsical brooches, earrings, bracelets and rings shaped like miniature grand objects, chandeliers, antique chairs, ladders and looking glasses! Read more…

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