Moroccan Jewellery

Moroccan jewellery craft is deep-rooted in  tradition. The skills of the Andalusian and Jewish immigrants historically monopolised the workshops of Fes, Marrakech, Tetouan, Essaouira and Tiznit up until as recently as the middle of the 20th century.

Tribal chic, vintage charm and crafted by hand. Moroccan Turquoise and Amazonite, Coral and Amber necklaces and bracelets – have been prized for centuries amongst the Berber tribes of North Africa. Jewellery conveyed status and wealth and pieces were passed down through generations. Silver was believed to have protective powers and to ward off the evil eye.

The nomadic patterns of our silver jewellery, take inspiration from the Tuareg people of North Africa. Silver cuffs and bracelets, rings, pendants and filigree silver beads adorn our jewellery. Each piece in our range is unique and selected for it’s individuality.

We selected our beaded tribal jewellery in the city Medinas and in the High Atlas Mountains, ensuring no two pieces are the same. Our colourful early African Trade beads, made up of 14th Century Murano beads make an impact, as do the black and white Swirl Batik trading beads from Kenya. There really is something for everyone’s taste.