Noticing a lack of creativity in men’s jewellery, and in the midst of a major career change, owner Marieke launched Sir Stag Jewellery, offering handcrafted pieces in an array of materials: precious and semi-precious metals, gemstones, wood, leather and contemporary materials such as resins, ceramics and plastics. From her Telarah workshop she sources her materials locally, where possible, and has a preference for recycled materials. “I love to design and make individual pieces especially for that hard-to-buy-for man”, Marieke says smiling. Applying a variety of traditional jeweller’s techniques, including organic casting, lost wax casting and hand fabrication, she creates very short run and one-of-a-kind pieces that tell a story.
– Coin, Time capsule inspired symbolism as well as a desire to recycle and bring new life to old objects
– Australian Memorabilia
Straight up Australiana – the “Australian Two Cent piece” was in circulation between 1966 and 1994. Highlighted red to enhance the coins features (head of Queen Elizabeth II and the Australian Frilled-Neck Lizard). Protected by a 2 part resin that is UV resistant and guaranteed not to frost or chip.
Coins are a time capsules they pass from hand to hand and survive time. Some are dinged and dented and many discolour over time, just as we all are this is the perfect gift for that special birthday or anniversary.
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