Jewelry eco-artisan Joanna Cave, brought up on a Cycladic island by her Greek mother and English father, perfected her style after studying jewelry design in London. Her refined minimalist pieces are an organic abstractization of all her inspiration sources: the beautiful landscape of Cycladic islands, ancient Greek artifacts, folklore art, vintage photography and illustration, 1930’s modernist architecture or the happy “gang” of pets living at her family home in Ios.
Gold plated or oxidized silver cut-outs, Joanna Cave jewels, to which she refers as ethnic chic, have a subtle, unique sense of luxury, the result of a joyous, soulful craftsmanship. In addition, most of the precious metal used for manufacture comes from discarded vintage jewelry pieces which are being melt and the silver resulted is used to create a new piece.
So besides being the product of talented hands, Joanna Cave jewelry is also a high-class representative of ethical fashion by using recycled silver and ethically sourced pearls. The respect for life and preservation of the past are among the brand’s core values. Her collections are sold at affordable prices in Greece, Athens, UK, London and in Belgium, Brussels.
Also, some of these beauties are available online at ECOne, the designer jewellery boutique.