Archives for category: Jewelry

18 Waits at Sugarcube

Lifestyle brand 18 Waits reflects a clean and honest, yet rugged approach to design. Canadian artisans, designers and local manufacturers bring 18 Waits to life with impeccable attention to detail in uniquely cast and hand-worked jewelry.

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Silverspace for Sugarcube
Silverspace for Sugarcube is a line of hand-crocheted fiber art made especially for our shop by artist Asimina Chremos. These psychedelic doilies are meant to be placed on a table, desk, or other surface to beautify your home or workspace.

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Jenny Bird
Based out of Toronto Canada, Jenny Bird designs and produces covetable indie-luxe jewelry. Born in a rural artistic community in Ontario, Jenny’s extended family of farmers and seamstresses influenced her creative direction.

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Ria Charisse, daughter of a geologist, grew up looking closely at fossils and rock formations. Her fascination with natural forms has informed her palette for incorporating precious and semi-precious stone in her Dear Swallow jewelry designs. 


Mata Traders produce original designs handmade in India and Nepal by women’s cooperatives and artisan groups that practice fair trade principles. Most are hand block printed with eco-friendly vegetable dyes on fair trade certified cottons.


Natural minerals and fossil formations captivate Ian Lander, serving as inspiration for his jewelry. These geode necklaces are intricate with crystal formations, color and texture. READ MORE

Introducing Ian Lander jewelry. This contemporary collection made in Philadelphia uses semiprecious stones and natural materials. Seen as both urban and ethnic each piece celebrates uniqueness.

Alkemie: the art of transforming something common into something precious. –Pioneering one of the most environmentally and socially responsible lines of jewelry currently available, the Alkemie collection is forged from 100% reclaimed metals. READ MORE

With a foundation as a professional sculptor and a MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art, Ria Charisse’s aesthetic remains centered around organic and rare materials. READ MORE