Category Archives: Jewelry

The Scent of the Nature: Tinctory Jewellery

The Scent of the Nature: Tinctory Jewellery

The jewelry by Tinctory is beyond beautiful, such delicate textures and exquisite colors. Watching her creations you can feel (taste and smell) the nature. And it changes how the nature changes – through the colours and shapes.

Tinctory is a word that may not exist but if it did it would mean a place where things are dyed. Tinctor means ‘dyer’ in Latin.

Join Mandy Besek’s Tribe

Join Mandy Besek’s Tribe

Mandy Besek is a young textile jewelry designer and she creates crazy things that people fall in love with. She love big, crazy tribal jewelry that makes you feel like a super hero.

Betty Pepper’s Textile Jewelry

Betty Pepper’s Textile Jewelry

Betty Pepper is a textile/jewellery designer maker. In her effort to find that elusive something which makes an object desirable and somewhat ‘magical’ she explores different media and techniques in both two and three-dimensions.

Guen Palmer Cotswold’s Gems

Guen Palmer Cotswold’s Gems

Guen Palmer designs and makes distinctive contemporary jewellery, from her Cotswold studio that is entirely produced by hand using traditional techniques.

Ecclectic Jewelry designed by Ecclectic Elements

Ecclectic Jewelry designed by Ecclectic Elements

Ecclectic Elements (Albuquerque, NM, USA) offer a great selection of unique, indie artisan boutique necklaces and earrings for easy online gift shopping.
Handcrafted couture in hip, mod and retro styles. Original costume jewelry.The vintage and antique game pieces and Mah Jongg Mahjongg tiles they upcycle, recycle, repurpose, reclaim and reuse for their recycled game piece jewellery are made of Bakelite, Catalin, Lucite, Celluloid, Marblelite, Pyralin, Wood, Bone and Bamboo.

The Colourful Design by Orna Lalo

The Colourful Design by Orna Lalo

Orna Lalo is a graduate of Shenkar College for Fashion and Textile. She began her professional career in 1990 designing distinctive fashion accessories. Her unique look and imaginative eye brought her much attention by leading fashion designers for custom work on the runway. Color, shape and texture play a significant role in her original designs.

As Orna shares, “People ask me what inspires my creations. So, it’s this: all the dresses I always wanted to wear. Everything I always wanted to be. My dream that one day I’ll stand on a big stage and I’ll be a singer. When I design, I try to capture that feeling of longing. I always think about the person who will be using my products, I want my colorful creations to smile at you and make you feel good.”