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A beautiful piece of jewellery always makes you feel better. What's more, there's no such thing as too much jewellery, so it's great for gifting too!


Julia Banks Jewellery believes "Beautiful jewellery defines your individuality." Julia Banks designs & crafts intricate Sterling Silver pieces by hand from beginning to end.

Ashley Co. is dedicated to bringing you fun, statement pieces to suit every taste and help you feel confident in who you are. All pieces are designed and handmade by Ashley right here in Christchurch using polymer clay and hypoallergenic stainless steel. My range includes necklaces, lanyards, key-rings and ring cones with my main focus being on earrings.

Birds Will Fly was started by Jo Looij started Birds Will Fly in 2018 as a creative outlet for her love of design and colour. Jo is inspired by nature and architecture to create unique and colourful jewellery from sustainably sourced plywood, leather offcuts, and high quality metals.

Born to be Boho is handmade with the BoHo spirit in every piece. Our jewellery includes a wide range of handmade works of art, along with our fun and frivolous designs. Incorporating beach and tribal influences creates styles that are perfect for layering.

Being a professionally trained and qualified Silversmith and Crystal therapist for over 20 years there is a little something for everyone lovingly incorporated into every design.

Geo Jewellery is designed and created by Lara. Creating silver pieces of adornment that are inspired by the fantastic landscape of Aotearoa, with a focus on our own personal connections with our local environment. Her pieces celebrate the beaches we swim at, the forests we walk and the mountains we climb.

Lark and Yarn showcases a range of unique crochet designs and patterns, from simple everyday studs to statement earrings to original wall art. Everything has been carefully hand-crafted with small crochet hooks (size ranging from 1.5mm down to 0.4mm!) and colourful cotton threads, then stiffened for durability. Lark and Yarn brings a contemporary take on an old craft for the modern taste.

Liberation Jewellery is run by husband and wife duo Matt and Julie . They have been navigating through the world of small business ownership for about three years now. Placing an emphasis on; community, the handmade and reducing the environmental impact of our products.

The Art of Recycling

Jewellery with clean modern lines

splashes of colour and

a hint of boho chic

Felicity from Little Wolf Studio lovingly designs and crafts jewellery, accessories, art prints and home decor under the name Little Wolf Studio. The work is inspired by inner child, wild imagination and love of nature. Full of more ideas than she has time for, she has been experimenting with laser cutting wood which she paints by hand, among a wide range of other exciting craft projects.

Lola & Lane creates contemporary handmade earrings in small batches at their studio in Westport. They love creating earrings that are hypoallergenic, fun and easy to wear and as unique as you are!

Mako Design design and create jewellery inspired by traditional Māori design, combined with contemporary style. Their earrings are bold, fun and designed to appeal to everyone.

Pretty Birds Jewellery contemporary silver pieces are hand-crafted by Lee Arthur, in her home shed in East Eyreton, North Canterbury. A love of working creatively with her hands led Lee to attend a silversmithing course at Christchurch’s Silversmith's Guild in 2006. and she's since spent her time honing her technique and style. Pretty Birds style can be described as contemporary and minimalist, with Lee's signature no-fuss style. The range includes sterling silver necklaces, bracelets, rings and earrings.

Studio A & Co. creates glass beads and blown glass objects using a lampworking torch. Eiko loves experimenting with colors and enjoys applying techniques like bead making, glass blowing, fusing, engraving and cold working to make each work unique and give it true, artistic depth. Inspiration comes from the bright, crisp New Zealand landscape, especially the countryside, river and beach near Eiko's home. She is strongly influenced by Japanese minimalism.

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