Danielle Kathleen creates jewellery and complimentary accessories for the everyday. All of Danielle’s designs are in limited runs, but may be custom made upon request.
Danielle focuses on form, pattern and line to create a refined, modern style for her collections. Each of her pieces embodies a sense of calm meditation and unconscious grace. She imbues her pieces with a stillness that speaks through them and onto the body or space they occupy.
Danielle’s combines computer design, casting and hand finishing in her making process. Her pieces are predominately sterling silver, chosen for the warm luster of its finishes, and the durability it provides her designs. She also occasionally makes in a range of other materials, from steel and brass up to gold and precious gemstones, as appropriate to the piece and the needs of her client.
Danielle is located in Canberra, Australia, where she works out of her small home-studio. She graduated from the Australian National University in 2011 with a Bachelor of Visual Arts in gold and silversmithing. She has been operating Danielle Kathleen since 2009.
Danielle believes in being sustainable and eco-friendly, and reflects these principles in her business.
Danielle Kathleen is considered: Each Danielle Kathleen collection is a micro-edition, with only one of each piece included in the initial run. All pieces after this are made-to-order, so that we can maintain a high-quality product with low waste principles.
Danielle Kathleen is sustainable: Danielle Kathleen uses 3D printing, known to be a low-waste manufacturing process, so that every Danielle Kathleen piece only consumes as much raw material as it needs.
Danielle Kathleen is timeless: A Danielle Kathleen piece is an investment, and should last you a lifetime. Danielle Kathleen pieces are designed for timeless elegance, in materials that can be worn every day, and that gain beauty through wear.