Pure South African. South African treasures of the Earth: Sterling Silver combined with naturally bonded crushed rock. Handmade with ancient tools in Napier, Western Cape, South Africa. (oops .. I almost forgot to mention the South African copper dowels… 😉 ) I design and create jewellery as single pieces and in limited editions.
….. as photographer Luc Dewaele tags in his series ‘Flemish towns to avoid’. This is part 165; I wonder if there are any towns left to visit 😉 Personally I always liked to drive in rural Flemish Belgium in the past and where-ever one goes there are places one rather would like to avoid. ….
Make mother happy …. Original inspirational design and handmade by Yvonne de Wit with ancient tools in Napier, South Africa. Materials: South African Sterling silver combined with naturally bonded earth. Photomodel: Lauren Kehl Photography: Herman van Bon
On behalf of a multinational (head office in Germany) a scouting organisation made an inventory of all the accommodation in a radius of 50 km around Arniston where the company wants to celebrate its anniversary this coming year. We were surprised; only 3 accommodations in Napier complied with their demands including our ‘Banana House‘. And […]
“Using pure treasures of the earth for my jewellery and shaping these with mainly ancient tools in original designs is my experience of beauty. No resins and other artificial materials in my work and no copy-catting. Just me”. – Yvonne de Wit
My two entries for the 2018 Fine Art Photography Awards, Quiet Pastures and In Tension, were nominated for awards in the Amateur categories of Wildlife/Animals and Architecture respectively. As far as I managed last year – oh well, at least I’m consistent! (All images are copyright to Noeline Smith)