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They may as well have been the jewels of a Queen. My little collection of plastic rings, bracelets and the silver locket secretly locked in my childhood jewelry box where a ballerina would dance to Debussy upon opening.

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These trinkets were a little way that I could differentiate myself with a splash of colour from a ring, or a quirky necklace or mark a special occasion by wearing my locket. When worn, they were constant reminders of the love in my life, meaningful because of who had given them to me and treasured because they made me feel special and adored.

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Today my jewelry may have matured but it still the way I individualise my look; it still makes me feel special and the little gifts of jewelry serve as reminders of love and the people who are important to me.

For Nastia Zaric it was a golden dolphin pendant on a classic fine gold chain gifted by her aunt and grandma that still holds special meaning even though she now is a jewellery artist crafting her own pieces by hand.

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We can thank the ongoing artistic influence of her parents that finally prompted the young Canberra model to take the leap into jewellery design and production – Nastia’s handcrafted pieces join the impressive output of design and art that has emerged in the wake of our Centenary year.

Forever experimenting with textures, techniques and materials, many of her pieces are a one of kind fusion of ceramics, gemstones, leather and sterling silver. Her pieces are fresh reflecting a contemporary palette yet each has a personality all their own.

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For Nastia she likes to think that women appreciate that no one else will ever have exactly the same piece of jewellery. Her earrings, bracelets, necklaces are like tiny wearable pieces of art; treasures worthy of a place in any jewellery box.

It is clear that this talented young woman may one day see her tiny pieces of art adorning the celebrities and style icons that she so admires. But, for now, we have the opportunity to give these one of a kind pieces as gifts to those we love (or just keep them for ourselves!)

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For more, check out Zaric Jewellery visit or Instagram: @zaricjewellery

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