Katherine-Mary Pichulik, Trained artist and Patissier, of Pichulik Accessories transforms rope by combining woven materials with Ghanaian agate stones, fossilised forms from Niger, West African brass parts and Ethiopian recycled glass.
Katherine-Mary started PICHULIK in September 2012 after a trip around India.
Inspired by her travels, books she’s read, people she’s met, Katherine-Mary said PICHULIK creates neck pieces and accessories for brazen women.
Her PICHULIK label is committed to turning this inspiration into bespoke, wearable pieces that re-conceptualise the tribal, African aesthetic.
For more on this bold type of jewellery follow Pichulik on Twitter @Pichulik.
Listen: Katherine-Mary Pichulik, Trained artist and Patissier, of Pichulik Accessories talked about the jewellery she makes.
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