There is something ethereal about African artisans in the jewellery space from the materials to the colours, their designs offer a sense of depth and quality. We delve a little deeper into some of the hottest designs on the continent today.
Ami Doshi Shah
Hailing from Nairobi, Kenya Ami Soshi Shah is known for her sculptural pieces, taking inspiration from her local surroundings. Shah works with by-products materials to celebrate the beauty of locally sourced materials.
Image credits: Ami Doshi Shah
Guyanese native Margaux based in Burundi focuses on locally sourced sustainable materials from cow horns to brass. Creating distinct werable luxury art, which celebrates East African traditional craftsmanship.
Image credits: Margaux Wong
Born in Nigeria and now based in Kenya Dejak draws inspiration from a mixture of African and European influences. Her jewellery is often made from recycled materials and offer a bold dynamic statement to any jewellery enthusiast.
Image credits: Adele Dejak