Fashion against poverty

I am pretty bohemian, so much that I sometimes I verge on crazy cat lady. I love beaded bracelets; I stack them on my arms, particularly in summer. I absolutely love these, made by Maasai women in Tanzania. If you buy one, the profit goes to them; towards education and development of their businesses. They are about 12 dollars and if you think of the time it takes to make one, this is pretty cheap (I know because I make lots of beaded jewellery). I love the colours; imagine these bracelets against sunkissed skin, maybe stacked with some dainty gold chains….

The bracelets are found here.

New arrivals!

These and many more are now available online atOak Mountain Jewellery
I am really excited about all the new jewellery in our shop!!

Deluxe woven chain bracelets, cute one-of-a-kind Swedish cottages (I make one every time I’m homesick), geometric matte gold necklaces, fingerprint jewellery and – my favourite – very special mokume gane pieces.

Head over to our shop Oak Mountain Jewellery!

Woven Chain Bracelet Deluxe

The most AMAZING graduated hand dyed silk cord in the rich, jewel-inspired hues that we will see more and more of in the later half of 2012 and in 2103, arrived today. I couldn’t resist combining it with my best chunky golden brass curb chain to make this bracelet. Available now in our shop!

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Fall 2012 palette from