The Best African Jewellery Brands To Gift Your Loved Ones This Christmas

The festive season is here, with Christmas just a few weeks away and that means it’s about time you get yourself ready for the annual Christmas gift shopping. Everyone loves a good surprise wrapped in a cute gift box and we have picked out some nice African jewellery brands where you can choose some nice pieces to give your bling loving loved ones this December.

Anna Rosholt Jewellery Design

Anna Rosholt is a contemporary jewellery designer and manufacturer working in Cape Town. She graduated from the University of Stellenbosch with a BA Fine Arts: Creative Jewellery and Metal Design, before going to London to study Diamond Grading at the Gemological Institute of America.  Anna’s love of beautiful design and her quirky taste inspire her work, and her attention to quality and detail are the outstanding features of her jewellery.

The Ndau Collection

The Ndau Collection is a collective of designers in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, brought together by a love of African culture, history and design. The brand specialises in the creation of unique jewellery, accessories and one of a kind collectables, all made by highly skilled artisans. The Ndau Collection was formed in 1998 by current owner Gail van Jaarsveldt and Gill Athestone, as a result of their passion for African beadwork. Gill subsequently moved back to Harare and Gail was joined by her daughter Christie Halsted as co-owner of the company. Together they have grown the Ndau Collection and pieces from the collection have found their way to all corners of the globe and gained international recognition.

The Pink Savanah

Nairobi based brand, The Pink Savanah is the inspiration of the De Guzman sisters, who moved to the Kenyan capital in 1992. The Pink Savannah jewellery and accessories collection is an expression of colours, life, personality, fused into contemporary, chic, tribal and functional designs for today’s urban and hip. Their designs are handcrafted, and they try to incorporate recycled materials where possible. Pink Savannah is about fun, it’s about trendy, but most of all it’s about looking great every day.

Pichulik

Pichulik is inspired by the intimate relationships women have with jewellery, it speaks of her travels, her mother or grandmother and the people she has loved. Pichulik is handcrafted in Cape Town South Africa of unusual and locally sourced materials. The brand celebrates Africa and sees jewellery and ornamentation as a sacred conduit for healing, community and wisdom share.

Nina Bosch Porcelain

Born into a family of ceramicists, Nina Bosch creates beautiful porcelain jewellery from her studio in White River, Mpumalanga. Her designs include bold shapes, organic elements and glossy textures.