16 January 2009

Hip Products: Jane Peacock jewellery at Girls Made This

Another great find from the GoMA markets in December is Brisbane-based Jane Peacock who creates the sweetest pendants, bracelets, earrings, rings, and charms. Her delicate designs remind me of a bygone era where prized trinkets were kept behind glass, and you took tea in the afternoon with your great-Aunt.

Jane already has a number of collections under her belt - one:of:one features miniature, three dimensional jewellery inspired by vintage imagery. The Jane Peacock "shadows" range - is all sterling silver, paper and velvet. See Jane is a gold-plated brass label featuring vintage illustrations. I particularly adore the 3D silhouettes of children playing and natured-inspired scenes.

All collections are available on the Girls Made This site which is a design collective founded by Jane for creative women. You can also find Jane's jewellery at various stockists around Australia and New Zealand. Jane also creates custom jewellery for clients upon request.

Image: Jane Peacock at Girls Made This


  1. Cool ... where are the GoMA markets?? and will they be on again do you know? I went to the Young designers market in December and that was awesome

  2. Hi REread. Thanks for stopping by - I adore your brooches! The GoMA markets were a one-off market organised by Kylie from Paper Boat Press. More info in this post - http://blog.stephbond.com/2008/11/goma-gallery-store-design-christmas.html.
    Best wishes,

  3. yes..these are lovely pieces...the antiques of tomorrow...

  4. Hi Chrisy,
    I think so too. I love "the antiques of tomorrow". I'll have to let Jane know about that one!


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