These 6 South African jewellery designers share a passion for unique designs. From markets to thriving online stores, getting your hands on one of their pieces has never been easier.

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A Bird Named Frank

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Caryn Fourie and Peter Campbell, the creatives behind A Bird Named Frank, have backgrounds in fashion design and fine art. Each easy-to-wear piece makes a bold statement and is lovingly created in their Cape Town studio.

Anna Rosholt

Contemporary jewellery designer Anna Rosholt has a love for beautiful design that is apparent in her eccentric pieces.

Henriette Botha

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Henriette Botha, based in Johannesburg, spent four years studying in Paris, she returned to South Africa. Her unique pieces are all handmade and inspired by traditional African crafts.

Meraki Jewellery Design

Designer Megan Keyser handcrafts each delicate piece, using raw stones, sterling silver and recycled brass, and draws inspiration from nature and her travels. She places focus on detail while staying true to the materials used and their natural imperfections.

Spirit Jewellery

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Cape Town designer Nikki Shepherd studied jewellery design in Egypt. Her pieces combine unusual semi-precious stones and locally handcrafted sterling silver to create delicate and feminine necklaces, bracelets and earrings.

VEERS Handmade Jewellery

Vera du Toit started VEERS out of her parent’s garage shortly after completing her studies at Daniel Jacobs Jewellery Design and Manufacture in Stellenbosch, and describes her designs as unique, elegant and timeless. She has an extensive catalogue and also creates custom pieces.VEERS also has a collection of leather goods, from belts to handbags.Courtesy of VEERS