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BOLD JEWELRY FOR (AND BY) BRAVE WOMEN
Join the arm party, or start planning one - with this lovely addition.
Named after David Hockney and influenced by his swimming pool paintings, the Hockney bracelet is all about languor and playfulness, the sensual delights of long sunny days and even longer nights under the glowing moon. The rope’s understated color palette and brass cylinder accent are great for mixing and matching with more colorful pieces.Love it but prefer it be the center of attention? Double the double takes by pairing with the 2 Moon Earrings - without a touch of matchy-matchiness.
MATERIALS: Rope | Thread | Brass cylinder
MEASUREMENTS: Diameter - approx. 6.5cm
CARE: To ensure longevity, store with great care. Wipe with a damp cloth to remove dirt and dust. And shine brass fittings with a metal cleaner to brighten them up. (Pichulik recommends Brasso.)
Crafted with everyday materials from all over Africa, Pichulik elevates the mundane through craft and design, making it precious and covetable. Semi precious-stones. Recycled glass. Brass washers and locally manufactured rope - the trademark element of Pichulik’s design - all make an appearance and bring new meaning to ‘statement’ pieces.
Born in 2012 (read more), the brand has rapidly taken the fashion world by storm. Covers of fashion magazines. Celebrity clients, including the Williams sisters and Solange Knowles. World renowned stockists, including Anthropologie. And don’t even get us started on the recognition from the fashion industry.
But its not Pichulik’s accolades that are most impressive. The pieces are conduits for stories; an alchemy, inspiring women to take risks. A tribute to the traditional symbolism of jewelry, Pichulik tries to infuse each piece with meaning. Their main message? Creating a community of powerful, bold women and sharing their inspiring stories. Not only the stories of women, who wear these bold beauties, but the brave women behind them.
Made completely from locally sourced materials, the pieces are crafted entirely by hand in a Woodstock, Cape Town studio. Crafters and employees are encouraged to realize themselves, personally and professionally. From taking work home as a way to earn a supplementary income. To participating in self-development courses and furthering their education. Learn about the women behind Pichulik.
Over and above a beautiful statement, it is self-empowerment that is at the core of the Pichulik brand, using rope as its medium.