A Jewellery Line

Lisbon, Portugal
Made with Love Made in Portugal
  • Founder

    Filipa Malho

    Founded In

    2013

    Location

    Lisbon, Portugal

    Brand Story

    “I started making accessories in my teens when the psychedelic movement arrived in Portugal. I just wanted to have my own personalised pieces. Not so long after, people started to ask me to design and create pieces for them as well. From then on I started to develop collections for other brands, selling in select shops around Lisbon, creative markets and so on. One day I stopped making accessories and found inspiration in designing clothing.
    I stopped designing accessories for almost 10 years. I wanted to try something different to grow and learn new things.
    In 2013, after living abroad for a few years, I decided to start my own brand of clothing and jewellery, handmade and one size fits all.
    My pieces are all about exploring new materials and finding new shapes. It’s a very personal process.” (Filipa Malho)

    Purpose & Mission

    “A Jewellery Line comes from no place, no time, no tradition, yet it can be home anywhere, anytime. My pieces aim to exude a sense of discreet chic, the essence of timeless style.
    All pieces are handmade using materials such as eco sterling silver 925, natural stones and clay.” (Filipa Malho)

  • Location of Creation or Assembly

    Lisbon, Portugal

    Materials

    Eco sterling silver 925, natural stones and clay

    Packaging

    Velvet bags and cardboard

    Method of Creation

    “Materials and clean shapes define most of my process of creation. I now work from home, thus handling and shipment is also prepared by me from Lisbon to anywhere in the world.” (Filipa)

    Use & Maintenance

    “With proper care, your jewels will retain their beauty and character. But please pay attention:
    Silver sterling 925 can tarnish, especially when exposed to salt and products containing sulphur, such as rubber bands and some papers.
    Avoid exposing gold-plated jewellery to household products, perfumes and water, which will quickly cause gold to discolour.
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