Jewelry Design Zulu Shweshwe Xhosa
JewelryDesign Zulu Shweshwe Xhosa
These Top South African Jewelry Designers share an enthusiasm for one-of-a-kind outlines and have shown themselves inside the nearby and universal plan network.
Top South African Jewelry Designers
Throughout the month of May at Lionesses of Africa, we celebrated the incredibly creative and decidedly unique women jewelry designers of Africa.
These women’s jewelry designers are putting the continent on the global map through their uniquely African-inspired designs and technical brilliance.
If you missed reading their stories and learning more about the wonderful work they produce.
and seeing the difference they are making on the African continent to the lives of other makers and crofters, then meet them now.
Each of these African Women Jewelry Designers is to be celebrated for the incredible passion for what they do.
their brilliant craftsmanship, their unique eye for design, and their support for indigenous African jewelry crafting skills.
A Bird Named Frank
Caryn Fourie and Peter Campbell, the creatives behind A Bird Named Frank, have backgrounds in fashion design and fine art, and their designs are minimalist with a geometric focus.
Each easy-to-wear piece makes a bold statement and is lovingly created in their Cape Town studio.
Contemporary jewelry designer Anna Rosholt has a love for beautiful design that is apparent in her eccentric pieces.
Her latest range, Rhino, was designed in aid of anti-rhino poaching and 10% of all sales go to the Black Mambas Anti-Poaching Unit in Hoedspruit.
About making stand-out pieces, proprietor and diamond setter Phoebe du Preez is occupied with the odd and emotional, which is reflected in her plans.
Her energizing reach incorporates naturally melded and shaped pieces, to mixes of clean-cut plans and harsh gems.
Famke Koene produces simple yet striking sterling silver, gold, and brass pieces, as well as bespoke engagement rings and wedding bands.
Geometry and bone castings are the main muses inspiring her designs and all pieces are hand-manufactured.
Henriette Botha, based in Johannesburg, spent four years studying in Paris until she returned to South Africa.
Her unique pieces are all 100% handmade and inspired by traditional African crafts.