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Jewellery: it comes in all shapes, sizes, and materials. It is likely that the decoration of one’s own body is as old as mankind; the practice is truly universal.

When we look far back in time, we see that prehistoric jewellery was primarily made from bones, stones and clay, and that the Egyptians were the first to opt for gold. This quickly became popular. The predecessors of the Romans, the Etruscans, even crafted golden broaches that, to this day, have been too difficult to reproduce. The Romans themselves were not afraid of a little bling; both men and women wore jewellery as an indication of wealth. Fun fact, Roman men mostly wore signet rings, with which they sealed their letters. 

 

Whereas people used to wear jewelry as status symbol, today jewelry simply tells everyone who you are and how happy you are. Like our Roman friends we love these little yet powerful trinkets. A piece of jewelry can make or break an outfit. But, it requires the right combination of form and material. The jewelry designers represented in our online store are all uniquely interesting and each of them works with the most beautiful materials. They share an eye for detail and are much concerned with quality and exclusivity. In terms of style, the designers show a great diversity, yet their work often combines readily and surprisingly well. Much to choose from…

 
The Boyscouts

It was some time ago that we took The Boyscouts and their tight, graphically interesting and geometrically imaginative jewellery on board. And we’re still fans. Their gold and silver designs are often nothing less than little pieces of art, each with their own identity. The label pays no attention to trends and sticks with its own style. The jewellery by The Boyscouts is made by local craftsmen in The Netherlands from durable silver and fair trade gold.

 
Kyoto Tango

Kyoto Tango is the Danish representation in our jewellery collection. This Copenhagen-based brand brings along an unbelievable abundance of joy. The striking colour-blocked bracelets are made from pieces of coated resin, to which precious metals like copper, silver, and 24-carat gold have been added. Inspired by modernism, Kyoto Tango creates distinct jewellery from a unique material. These bracelets have become an important and much-loved part of our online store.

 
Studio Collect

Studio Collect is the newest kid on the Soul-Sister block and we are rather pleased with that. The classic air of this Belgian designer collective is no doubt a consequence of their essential, timeless, and powerful gold and silver jewellery. The designs are often both refined and austere. The Collective’s preference for the so-called forgotten gems, such as onyx, eudialyte and agate is salient. By now, Studio Collect produces two collections per year and their newest (Spring 2019) is a continuation of the previous collection, to which new materials and fresh perspectives have been added.

 

The biggest upside of our diverse jewellery collection? It allows you to switch up your style whenever you want. And who doesn’t want that...

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