Unearth Store; the new jewellery marketplace for the conscious shoppers
The website aims to become the go-to marketplace for design-led sustainable and ethical jewellery.
By: Unearth Store
The store has launched in partnership with five brands, all of which have a commitment to at least one of the three pillars of sustainability:
S T Y L E | T H E E L E M E N T S
Unearth Store's store jewellery and accessories are characterised by a timeless yet contemporary style. Visitors can find pieces made with recycled precious metals such as gold and silver, natural resins, reclaimed wood, by-product cow horn and ceramics.
Natalia Peremiquel, Unearth Store founder said: "It is really exciting to launch this new platform that brings together like-minded brands that care about design, people and the environment. We believe that sustainability and outstanding design can go hand in hand.
Consumers are increasingly aware of the impact of fast-fashion both on people and the environment. According to the Ethical Consumer Markets Report (2018) demand for ethical clothing has increased by 19.9% between 2016 and 2017. Shoppers are becoming more inquisitive and want to know how products have been made. At Unearth Store we want to offer them a selection of brands that value transparency and sustainable practices."
B R A N D S
Emma Aitchison - British-born jeweller with a passion for design and nature. All her jewellery is handmade in London using recycled materials and the most sustainable production methods possible.
Machete - Independent brand created by Jennifer Matchett. Their jewellery is handmade in France and Italy with high quality and non-petroleum based Italian Acetate.
Pedrusco - Jewellery brand specialising in enamelled ceramics. All their pieces are made by hand in their workshop in Bilbao, Spain.
SAYA Design - Handcrafted hair sticks and slides from root wood salvaged from plantations in Indonesia. They take a waste material and turn it into something purposeful.
SOKO - Born between Africa and America SOKO employs technology to empower and provide equal access to opportunity for marginalised artisans in Kenya. Their jewellery is mostly made of solid, recycled brass.