Artis­an­al accessor­ies — 5 respons­ibly-sourced jew­elry brands to know

Beautifully crafted and sustainably sourced, we've hand-selected our favorite ethical accessory labels.

If you love to access­or­ize with artist­ic designs that deliv­er a high anti­dote of style, tap into your fash­ion con­scious in the most eth­ic­al way and join the bud­ding eco-friendly jew­elry revolu­tion. Below, five brands that won’t harm the plan­et — or your pockets. 

Becca Jew­ellery | @beccajewellery

This Brit­ish design­er­’s eccent­ric obses­sion with pearls, bones, trinkets, and coins turned out to be rather luc­rat­ive… She now merges the four con­cepts into vin­tage-inspired ear­rings and pendants — all handmade.

Jessie Har­ris | @jessieharrislondon

Con­struc­ted by hand with pre­cious metals and gems, the design­er­’s play­ful pre-made pieces are read­ily avail­able for pur­chase online. Or, reach out her North Lon­don stu­dio to co-cre­ate your own bespoke treasure.

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Phine | @phine.jewellery

Inspired by all things power­ful and fem­in­ine, arm your­self in feel-good hand­made jew­elry that will push your style and break sar­tori­al bound­ar­ies. Con­struc­ted out of recycled sil­ver and fair trade gold, this ultra cool Swedish line sets the bar high when it comes to fierce round-the-clock style.

Uribe Jew­ellery | @studiouribe

Bold baubles, brooches, brace­lets, and everything in between — stock up on con­cep­tu­al state­ment accessor­ies with gor­geous graph­ic ele­ments from this Lon­don-based label.

Soko | @shopsoko

Hand­craf­ted in Kenya, Soko’s artis­ans reima­gine the aes­thet­ics of eth­ic­al fash­ion with their art­ful, sculp­tur­al style jew­elry that dresses up even the simplest out­fits. Inspired by strong archi­tec­ture and tra­di­tion­al Kenyan tri­bal designs, recycle and reclaim is the eth­os of the brand.

10 Feb 2019 · neubau eyewear
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