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Pretty Pink Eco-Jewellery
This small business’ jewellery is made with a very unusual material – vegetable ivory (also known as the tagua nut). Neither vegetable nor ivory, this nut is native to Brazil, and is only commercially harvested by hand from the forest floor after two years, so that the local wildlife get first dibs!
With this material, Pretty Pink Eco-Jewellery creates necklaces, earrings, bracelets and more, with a percentage of the profits going towards forest restoration.
Founded in 2019 by metalworkers Daniela Rubino and Lauren Wilson, Rubino Wilson is a design and fabrication studio that creates beautifully minimalist products ranging from slender ikebana vases to brutalist-inspired cheese knives.
Teachers as well as artists, the pair run workshops as well as a metalwork mentoring scheme, and you can even feel part of the Rubino Wilson community at home with their special kits – like this botanical casting kit, which allows you to create unique tiles using casts of flowers.
Created by Whitby-based creative designer, Iszie, Iszi Designs is full of unique laser cut decor fit for walls, shelves, mantelpieces, vases, and more. Iszie’s colourful collections range from designs featuring love hearts and clouds, to gerberas and snowdrops – take a look at the ‘Spring Flourishes’ collection if you’re a plant geek!
Items can be personalised with a name or date, and you can even commission something really special and unique to you!