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Keil Mead is a jewellery designer and silversmith who likes drawing attention to the everyday, be it high-school retainers or pre-chewed gum.
Because who doesn't need a wooden walrus brooch in their life?
Eloping dishes and spoons, narwhal necklaces and teacup earrings: So Little Time Co's laser cut wooden jewellery range is full of gems.
We've owned quite a few of these pieces in the past and a new item from Nach's latest collection is set to join our slowly growing zoo of knuckle niceties.
There's no better way to finish a sweltering hot day by the poolside than a good ole summer thunderstorm. Or if you don't have that choice, a crochet lightening necklace.
Whenever we see accessories like Naomi Murrell's we're reminded why it's the little things in life that sometimes speak the loudest.
New Zealand jewellery label Luu combines driftwood and mineral stones to create earthy pieces that are both pretty and meaningful.
Congratulations for getting through 2012! As a reward, we're presenting you with the inaugural Badge Of The Grinning Lemur.
It was the night before Christmas... and all you're probably doing is watching Christmas carols, dipping into sneaky slices of nan's fruit cake and sipping on eggnog, trying to deduce what is lying under your tree.
Digby & Iona's accessories are made by hand out of their studio in Brooklyn and are heavily influenced by historical events and '80s cult films.
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