Our selection of Global Artifacts consist of hand-curated handcrafted products, thrifted treasures, market finds, and vintage/antique pieces. Each piece in our collection is one of a kind.
Our hand selected collection of artisanal Sustainable Jewelry comes from an assortment of designers who appreciate heritage, sustainability and ethics. Most of our pieces are new, made from recycled precious metals (Silver, Brass), and are encrusted with ethically sourced, hand-cut stones. Handcrafted in small batches, our jewelry is always slow fashion, beautiful, and sustainable.
Timeless adornments are Zaleska Jewelry's signature design style, inspired by ancient mysticism. The 2019 collection continues the Designer, Sylvia's, exploration in metaphysics, goddess energy, and sacred sites. All Zaleska Jewelry is handmade in Canada from recycled sterling silver and hand-cut stones, or handcrafted in the small-batch, ethical factory in Bali, Indonesia, sustaining this beautiful artisan community. Heritage is important to Sylvia.
Encapsulating an understated glamour for everyday wear, Hailey Gerrits Designs are also objects d’art, infused with centuries-old legacies and an influence of primitivism. All materials are ethically sourced, including Recycled Brass. Handmade in small batches in Vancouver, British Columbia.
These intricate, tribal brass earrings are handcrafted from recycled bullet casings by the Hamsa Foundation in Cambodia. The Hamsa Foundation invests their profits in the education of Cambodian students, by selling traditional Cambodian handicrafts, like Silk and jewelry. Each piece was handpicked in small batches.