Jewels In The Crown: Eight Great Jewellers At The Rocks Markets
Whether you’re looking for something simple or statement, sophisticated or snazzy, you can find it here. All our jewellers make their handmade wares right here in Sydney, so you can find something special and unique, found nowhere else in the world.
Natalie Ness (above) makes bespoke jewellery using rare materials and vintage themes. All materials are sourced locally in Australia, repurposed and given a new life as beautiful pendants, rings, brooches and charms.
Natalie Ness on Facebook
Using sterling silver, gold, gems and pearls, Charlie Bravo makes simple, playful pieces with a focus on natural beauty and the Earth. These pieces reflect light, colours and textures, and imbue any outfit with a sense of culture and wonder.
Charlie Bravo on Facebook
Working as a designer for more than a decade, Libby Pool crafts exquisite paua shell jewellery crafted from the sustainably sourced paua shells from the clean, crisp waters surrounding New Zealand. Each handmade piece is totally unique and one-of-a-kind.
Based in the Royal National Park, Mo Resin is influenced by the flora and fauna of the Australian bush. These resin, gold and silver leaf jewellery and homeware pieces are all 100% designed and made by Mo himself.
Mo Resin on Facebook
Shirley, the creator of Sterling Tales at Studio 106, taught for the Craft Council and the Students Union at the University of Sydney from the late 1970s to 2009. Throughout the many chapters in her life, one consistent thread has been a passion for the art of storytelling through jewellery. Each piece has a story, whether it be historic magnitude or the method of its making, and to own one is to be a part of it.
Studio 106 on Etsy
Preferring handmade Artisan production rather than mass manufacturing, Eva Cassis is loved for its wearability and simple, uncomplicated beauty. These designs are timeless and considered, with a focus on quality craftsmanship and beautiful ethically sourced materials.
My Fair Living
Lovingly handcrafted in Sydney, this tagua jewellery is colourful, daring and innovative. Tagua is sometimes referred to as ‘vegetable ivory’ because of its close resemblance to ivory, and is viewed as a sustainable alternative to ivory derived from animals. Designer Anne-Marie Chagnon’s unique handmade collections have even been worn by performers at Cirque du Soleil, as part of a specially designed collection.
Using the finest Australian porcelain, Southern Ice Porcelain, Creatively Belle designs and handmakes a beautiful range of earring holders, handmade earrings, necklaces and bracelets stringy influenced by the Australian landscape and wildlife. Each piece is put into the kiln with love before it is hand-painted and brought directly to market.
The Rocks Markets
10am – 5pm, Saturdays and Sundays
Playfair Street, George Street, Jack Mundey Place