Dunedin’s edgy fashion creations extend to its local jewellery designers.
Known for their bold, distinctive statements and quality materials, a piece of unique Dunedin jewellery is the ultimate memento from your kiwi holiday.
Award-winning designs and bold statements are the name of the game for Dunedin’s resident jewellery designers.
Simple, high quality pieces that stand out from the crowd are signature to the Holly Howe brand. Featured in British Vogue and the winner of the AMP Scholarship award, Holly Howe’s creations are stocked in both New Zealand and Australian boutiques. Head to Dada Boutique in Moray Place to see Holly’s creations for yourself.
With over 25 years of experience in jewellery design, Chris Idour is one of Dunedin’s most well-known designers. Often using locally sourced gold in his creations, Chris custom-designs jewellery for his clients, and is passionate about one-off designs. He works from his home in Dunedin’s St Clair, but you can enjoy his work with a visit to Guild on Moray Place, where local designers rent units of shop space.
Lure is a fantastic place to go to enjoy the work of over thirty local Dunedin jewellers. Created by jeweller Ann Curly in 1995 as an inner-city work and retail space for contemporary New Zealand jewellery, Lure is a great place to find a special, uniquely New Zealand gift for somebody back home. It’s located on Stuart Street.
Tony Williams is a talented local goldsmith known for his fine design, materials and craftsmanship. Starting out as a solo artist in 1975, his workshop has moved and grown, and he is now based in Dunedin’s historic Carnegie Centre building in Moray Place.