Reborn, Repurposed and Reimagined Jewellery

It is sheer joy and sense of pleasure that arises from reusing beautiful daily objects, or items that are usually meant for a different purpose, and turn them into an item of beauty, fit to wear as decoration on our body! As we become more conscious of possibilities, resources and ideas, which seemingly seem endless at this stage, we are experimenting with alternatives to the use of precious gemstones in our jewellery and will add suggestions for you to consider... Let's add some fun, colour and awareness to our life!


Please scroll through our current collection below and click on the photo for detailed information of the selected item.

Sterling silver is an alloy of silver containing 92.5% pure silver and 7.5% other metals, with copper being the most common metal used as the 7.5 percent alloy balance in sterling silver. Copper adds hardness to pure silver, but also adds a tendency to "tarnish" (darkening that occurs when sterling silver reacts or oxidises with gases in the air or with other substances that it comes in contact with). When silver oxidises it first turns a yellow golden colour, then darkens with time to a dark graphite grey or nearly black.


When your items show discolouration over time, please just give them a gentle rub with a soft cloth to restore the shine - To help maintain the shine of your items for longer, please remove your jewellery when doing household chores, applying perfume, hair products or creams and store in a cool but dry place, away from sunlight or artificial light, when not wearing it.