Thursday, February 22, 2018

Friday, September 9, 2016

Make For Good

Our Origami Crane brooches are part of the Make For Good collection which is an amazing initiative put together by Etsy and Plan International Australia.
20% of sales of these brooches will be donated towards their project which goes to support Because I Am A Girl, a campaign to help girls everywhere learn, lead, decide and thrive. The collection is inspired by the 2016 Make For Good theme 
to create brighter futures for girls around the world. 
The origami crane is a symbol representing hope and peace. These brooches are available in Tasmanian Myrtle
or vibrant red, green or black acrylic.

Click the pic below to buy!

Bonsai Brooches

Friday, September 18, 2015

Kanazawa Collection

Introducing the new Kanazawa Necklace Collection!
These new pendants are cut from beautiful Tasmanian Myrtle wood and have a brilliant gold and copper finish. The metal is gilded from real copper and gold (22.6 karat) leaf which was purchased on my last trip to Japan. I visited Kanazawa, the city famous for gold leaf and went to the museum, art studios and took a workshop.
This amazing town is obsessed with gold and the icecreams
are even served with gold leaf on top!
There are 2 designs to choose from: Geometric or Bonsai Tree.
I have also launched a new set of Bonsai necklaces
with a coloured acrylic background
- available in black, teal and maroon.

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Tasmanian Myrtle Geometric Necklaces

Available now!
Pendants laser cut from beautiful Tasmanian Myrtle wood in a geometric design with vibrant background etched in acrylic of contemporary Japanese designs. 
Attached to a stainless steel chain.

Available online here:
Wholesale enquiries:
Jennie Miller -

Photography by Luke Conroy
Model Erica De Jong

Tuesday, December 2, 2014


A beautiful bonsai tree which does not require any maintenance!

This bonsai is laser cut from stunning Tasmanian Myrtle Wood and is decorated with exquisite Japanese chiyogami paper on it it's foliage on both sides.
A lacquer is applied to the paper for protection and
 it also emphasises the intricate patterns on the paper.
There are 4 different styles to choose from.
On one side of the tree trunk the words "under the shade of a bonsai tree" are engraved in the Japanese language. It's our business name and so very apt!
The tree has a cross stand at the base and is inserted in a 
lovely neutral brown bonsai pot with pebbles.
Available for purchase 

photos by Luke Conroy