There’s SUCH an incredible amount of talent in Belgium, and a part of it designs amazing jewelry. Highlighting 6 upcoming labels for you to discover in today’s post!
It’s been quite a year, huh? Being a small business owner myself, I’ve definitely came to realize how important it is to support other small businesses out there these days! That’s why in today’s post I wanted to introduce 6 very awesome but still upcoming jewelry brands designed or made in Belgium
If you’re looking for a one of a kind Christmas gift or perhaps a little treat for yourself, you might want to consider supporting one of these fresh labels…
Sooo, what are you waiting for? Start scrolling away, from A to Z!
A cool, upcoming brand that’s handcrafted in Antwerp city. Very edgy, organic and lots of fun, really! All jewelry is made on size and in the right colour after the order in the Antwerp Diamond District. Oh, and Fragille has a pop-up shop in the Kammenstraat, Antwerp until December so make sure to stop by as soon as the stores open again!
Say hello to Frank & Daisy, a Belgium-based jewelry label that aims for sustainable luxury and radical transparancy. That means they use 14k solid gold only, which is mined in a responsible, artisanal and small-scaled way. The designs are super minimal so you can keep them on for literally any occasion (yup, for the shower too) for the rest of your life.
iriss is a colourful handcrafted jewelry brand by Elif, the coolest Istanbulite in Belgium. The brand combines sterling silver, freshwater pearls and semi-precious gemstones, which makes for a very happy collection! At iriss all pieces are handmade to order as well. Oh, and big sister suda jewelry does AMAZING things in 14k solid gold too!
A brand new jewelry label (launched in July!) designed by two alumni of the Royal Academy Of Fine Arts in Antwerp — a Finnish-Korean designer duo now living around my corner! They create sustainable handcrafted design pieces with a strong visual and conceptual identity. The first Mass Lee collection is inspired by nature and flowers, which you’ll definitely notice in the organic designs.
Any brands you discovered by reading this? Or are there any brands that are missing in my list? Drop your fave upcoming jewelry label in the comments and I will create an updated list on Instagram Guides!
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