Wedding Bands November 24 2014, 0 Comments
I always feel very humbled when people entrust me with the task of creating a piece of jewellery for them that they'll be wearing forever! I also love when my customers want me to create something that pushes the boundaries a little bit. These wedding bands are for Jacqui and Ricky, two lovely newlyweds who asked me to do just that. Ricky's ring is yellow gold with a hexagon shaped black onyx and Jacqui's is yellow gold with a white opal and engraved stars. Congratulations guys!
1000! April 13 2014, 0 Comments
We've reached 1000 Instagram followers! Thank you to each and every one of you! You'll be the first to know about exciting updates and of course the first look at new designs. I truly appreciate your support xxx
New year, new studio! January 29 2014, 0 Comments
Being a slight perfectionist, I love it when I can start something at the beginning so I was so happy when I started the first day of 2014 with a new studio! Still located in the Melbourne’s Nicholas Building, I have a new space and new inspiration with so many awesome projects to look forward to this year.
Exciting times ahead!
Babes In The Woods August 06 2013, 0 Comments
Recently, my sisters and I were interviewed by Megan, the talented lady behind the absolutely gorgeous beauty blog Babes In The Woods. We spent a lovely afternoon together, chatting all things beauty and family and Megan has created such a beautiful piece about us combined with some stunning photographs by Nadiah, featuring a bit of Mavro Jewellery too! Check out our story and while you're at it, explore all the amazing new beauty trends and tricks of the trade that Megan has revelaed and more of Nadiah's gorgeous photography! I'm so excited to be a part of it. x
Rocks and Minerals June 30 2013, 0 Comments
I used to have a rock collection that I kept in boxes under my bed. Hundreds of unique shapes and textures that had each caught my eye for a different reason. One might have been particularly smooth, one might have just fit perfectly into the flat of my palm, one might have had a pattern that looked like the rings around Saturn.
Secretly, one of the main reasons for my rock hunt was to find a geode inside an unassuming rock. I even asked my dad to cut some open – which he did with an angle grinder while I looked on hoping and praying that when the two halves split open we would find a crystal haven. Alas, we had no such luck, but it didn’t stop me from searching.