Monday, 22 October 2012


Decï is a collection of jewellery designed by Bulgarian born Dessy Tsolova. Inspired by the treasures of ancient Greece, Thrace and Byzantium, these pieces are made with precious metals and colourful gemstones and are handcrafted by goldsmiths using age-old techniques. Created to be collected and handed down, each piece is unique and is a statement of luxury.

Roma Carved Emerald Drop Earrings £1750, Sterling Silver with Vermeil and White Topaz Dome Ring £525, Gaia Lattice Round Earrings £1100, Half Moon Necklace £1450, Tanzanite and Ruby Rosa Necklace £1850
All available here with free delivery.


The jewellery brand Nallik takes its name from the Inuit language and has the meaning of protection and nurturing. Respecting the environment and having a sense of sustainability Nallik uses semi precious and precious stones, as well as minerals to create there stunning jewellery. Believing that minerals have a physical effect on the body and mind Nallik's pieces can be worn for there balancing and healing properties as well as there beauty. Here are some of my favourite necklaces from there 'Organic' collection ...

Amethyst Points $179, Chrysocolla $139, Green Opal $179, Lapis Lazuli $139, Pink Tourmaline $139
All available here.

Sunday, 21 October 2012

EC One Unsigned Conpetition

Now in its third year, the EC One Unsigned competition has been launched and the ten finalists announced. It's a fantastic showcase of recent graduates and new talent and seeing the success of previous winners, Myia Bonner (2010) and Clarice Price Thomas (2011), it's not a surprise there has been some fantastic entries. Looking at all 10 finalists, here are my favourites ...

Taking inspiration from oriental decoration Annabelle's graduate collection sees delicate forms and bold geometry to create decadent yet versatile pieces.

Launched this year, the debut collection named 'Facets' is a combination of materials and techniques to produce a graphic and vibrant style.


Handcrafted jewellery created with an interesting concept. Inspired by Victorian mourning jewellery, Daniela takes undesired objects and transforms them into beautiful pieces of jewellery.

To see all 10 finalists work head over to EC Ones blog and 'like' your favourite to give them your vote!

Good luck to all 10!