From tiny trinkets to statement pieces, these on-trend Indonesian jewellery brands will bring just the right amount of sparkle to your outfit
The easiest way to step up your outfit game? Accessorise! If you don’t feel like dressing up, wearing jewellery is one of the easiest solutions, transforming your look from simple to extraordinary in the blink of an eye. Simply match your plain shirt with a statement necklace or add a little sparkle to your party ensemble with a bling bracelet and voilà, you’re ready to rock…
From utterly cool modern baubles to eco-friendly pieces made from rice, here are some locally made jewellery box staples guaranteed to impress at any occasion.
Started by designer Sri Lucne Rusna and actress Happy Salma, Tulola Designs is a jewellery label based here in Bali that produces intricate and graceful pieces. Perfectly self-described as “[existing] in a magnetic field of two opposing impressions: soft but strong, calm but tempestuous, elegant but also alluring”, Tulola’s creations are handmade in-house using traditional techniques to ensure quality and craftsmanship.
Tulola Designs. Follow @tuloladesigns on Instagram.
From Tiny Islands
From Tiny Islands is an award-winning jewellery line that makes understated treasures for everyday wear. Inspired by the designers’ travels, the dainty stackable rings, necklaces, and earrings are all under $100 – just another reason to buy them all!
From Tiny Islands. Follow @fromtinyislands on Instagram.
There’s nothing more special than personalised jewellery. At Aeroculata, you can personalise your ring, bracelet, cuff, necklace, earrings or brooch with either your name, initials, or even special dates written in roman numerals. Their jewellery is handcrafted from 18ct gold-plated stainless steel, but if you’re looking for a fine jewellery, they also have a special collection of necklaces, bracelets, and earrings made from 18ct gold.
Aeroculata. Follow @aeroculata on Instagram.
Eden by Sight
Eden by Sight’s selection of gemstone pendants is the epitome of jewellery eye candy. We’re particularly love-struck for their amethyst and 24-karat gold plated collection – modern stunners that are so easy to wear.
Eden by Sight on Bobobobo. Follow @edenbysight.id on Instagram.
Inspired by Indonesia and the places the designers have travelled, Zlaba is that rare jewellery line where each piece feels incredibly sentimental. Their beautifully crafted sets of rings, bracelets, and necklaces all give nod to natural elements, whether it’s the inclusion of smoothed down coral or the shape of a wave, and they only use ethically sourced materials in their pieces too.
Zlaba. Follow @zlaba.id on Instagram.
Nothing is more local than rice here in Indonesia. We love eating it, but we’ve never actually “worn” it – until now. Environmental Jewelry has proved that this food staple makes a great accessory, thanks to their invention of eco-friendly rice jewellery. Painted in soft colours, the rice on the rings, earrings, bracelets, and necklaces are processed to look like transparent crystals, transforming this simple ingredient into an exquisite piece of art that you can wear with any outfit.
Environmental Jewelry. Follow @environmentaljewelry on Instagram.
Using hand-molded acrylic as the main material, Klar is famous for their transparent necklaces, bracelets, and earrings. Transparent flowers in unusual colours like orange and green adorn their latest collection, while other collections have seen edgier creations like their square necklaces.
Klar. Follow @klar_access on Instagram.
Aidan and Ice
Aidan and Ice is the go-to jewellery line for standout statement necklaces in Jakarta. Whether dressed up or down, their necklaces are pieces of wearable art that instantly elevate an entire look. In fact, go to any major event in the city and chances are you’ll see someone sporting one of their coveted pieces.
Aidan and Ice. Follow @aidanandice on Instagram.
Massicot is a local accessories label with a fresh approach to modern baubles. Their playful jewellery line features the use of marbled resin and sleek shapes that feel totally current. This season we’re lusting over their amazing rose gold and marble necklace chokers.
Follow @massicot_ on Instagram.
As an art jewellery atelier, Rosalyn Citta makes uniquely stunning hand-hammered jewellery. City girls will love her edgy and industrial designs – and if we had to pick a favourite it would be her silver and gold ear cuffs.
Rosalyn Citta. Follow @rosalyncitta on Instagram.
Get tea party-ready with Tea Label’s signature statement jewellery, which is characterised by their feminine design and use of monochromatic or neutral colours. This affordable accessories line combines the use of ropes and synthetic pearls with beads, tassels, and other ornaments, creating statements that add a new dimension to almost any outfit.
Tea Label. Follow @tea_label on Instagram.
Influenced by local culture and traditions, Antyk Butyk pays homage to Indonesian roots while encompassing modernity and current trends. Using all kinds of materials including ribbons, resin and beads and always in dazzling, bright and unpredictable colour combinations, you are bound to find a statement piece or two amongst Antyk Butyk’s collections.
Follow @antykbutyk on Instagram.
Designed and handcrafted in Hong Kong, Clemence Ellery is a Jakarta-based private fine jeweller specialising in made-to-order and everyday fine jewellery. Taking inspiration from its name that means “a timeless joy”, the brand takes pride in their classic pieces that are crafted using the finest 18k gold and diamonds.
Clemence Ellery. Follow @clemenceellery on Instagram.
Clarissa Kwok is a jewellery artist that makes exquisite fine jewellery that is simple yet elegant. Her designs play with straight lines and geometrical shapes, and are appealing to both the woman seeking delicate every day staples and unique bling with a bit of edge.
Clarissa Kwok. Follow @clarissakwok on Instagram.
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