Ambry

Sydney based jeweller Amy Skins started hand making jewellery several years ago, and was soon being commissioned to make bespoke designs. Inspired by nature from the rugged Australian terrain, to tropical foliage these are unique statement pieces. These pieces have been crafted to empower the wearer, to evoke confidence, and inspire positivity.

The artisan production method used is known as the ‘lost waxing technique’. This method allows the ultimate flexibility for the sculptural designs which are synonymous with Ambry, and make each piece completely unique. By virtue of artisans producing things by hand – with skill, slowly, and in small batches – in many ways, this is one of the most sustainable and ethical forms of production.