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Handcrafted with love

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Our inaugural collection was designed by Australien designer Lucy Edwards and inspired by her love of champagne.

Having worked in the wine industry for 15 years, Lucy wanted to share the intricacies of the world's most revered wine with a handcrafted capsule collection of vermeil keepsakes. 

Princess Cut Diamond

Selection & Material

We know that all champagne lovers are only satisfied with the finest craftsmanship. Therefore we only use precious metals including 925 silver and 18ct gold. 

All our gemstones are handselected by Lucy who only works with natural and authentic gems from reputable sources. They undergo tight scrutiny before being set by our gifted artisans.


All our pieces are made by hand by a woman-owned micro-business in Bali.  These master gold and silversmiths have devoted their lives to honing their craft which has been passed down over three generations of Balinese jewellers.


Each piece is made using the lost wax technique which has been around for over 5,500 years. During the process a single silver object is cast from a wax model. Silver or gold is poured into a wax model, which is ‘lost’ during the process. 

It is a time and labour intensive process that achieves the finest level of detail in sculpting.

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Mining is the second largest contributor to deforestation in Indonesia, behind palm oil production. Borneo where our silver and gold is extracted is home to extensive mangroves, carbon-rich peat swamps, which are depleted every day. 

For every piece of jewellery sold, we commit to planting a tree in the Indonesian Archipelago. This helps to preserve its exceptional biodiversity, including many rare and unique wildlife such as Sumatran tigers, elephants, orang-utans and over 1,700 species of birds.

Worldwide shipping

Precious metals only

Handmade with love

One piece sold = One tree planted 

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