Introducing Modern Elegance with Personality

Introducing Zinnysbox, a jewellery brand Modern, Elegant, Versatile. Designed and made in London by Ezinne Ogundoyin, the brand was born out of a love and appreciation for jewellery and story telling through handcrafted pieces created to inspire special moments. Discover modern jewellery inspired by iconic designs and a focus on helping incredible women unlock the … Continue reading Introducing Modern Elegance with Personality

Chat with SWAROVSKI Crystals Ambassador, Ms O Abdullahi

Chatting with Ms Abdullahi is chatting with someone who knows an enviable amount about the details behind jewellery making. Her company Crafties Hobby Craft which she founded in 2002 is the pioneer distributor of SWAROVSKI Crystals in Nigeria as well as the jewellery designers’ favourite Beadlon Flexible wires and tools. Not only is she a … Continue reading Chat with SWAROVSKI Crystals Ambassador, Ms O Abdullahi

Jewellery Icons

There’s the saying, ‘there’s nothing new under the sun’, it is true that trends come and go (bell bottom trousers for example) but there are some people who make a mark and are simply inimitable and here is a selection of some of our jewellery icons, all women with distinct personal style… in no particular … Continue reading Jewellery Icons

Ms Fix It – Paris

I did some research in Paris of places to get your jewellery fixed and thanks to our Parisian contact Veronica¬†who scoured the streets of Paris for me, we were able to get a list of jewellery repair shops ranging from those for your not so expensive pieces to your more expensive pieces, as well as … Continue reading Ms Fix It – Paris

It’s black, it’s white….err no it’s blurred lines?

Looking through magazines and browsing bustling markets such as the popular Balogun Market one thing is clear: African jewellery has many forms and are made in different materials and fabrics. There are rows and rows of stalls waiting to be discovered filled with jewellery created out of a mixture of fabrics. That made me think: … Continue reading It’s black, it’s white….err no it’s blurred lines?