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Sisters' Market


Sat 12 Sep 2015, 10:00am–4:00pm

Where: Brunswick Town Hall, 233 Sydney Rd, Brunswick, Victoria

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: Free


Listed by: greta3yw

Melbourne’s long affinity with artisan jewellers continues this September at the Sisters’ Market.

Melbourne has long had an affinity with jewellers born off the back of the well-to-do with links back to England and gold diggers. From the early 1800s gold was the magnet that drew in thousands of pioneers and adventurers who readily spent on gold watches and chains for themselves and presents for their women. Now day’s women are more than capable of buying their own jewellery and on Saturday September 12, they can do exactly that at the Sisters’ Market.

Melbourne is still a town full of artisans devoted to hand making unique pieces of jewellery; they are rich in craftsmanship and have a deep passion for design. This September a large number of jewellers have signed-up to the next Sisters’ Market to be held at the Brunswick Town Hall. The Sisters’ Market has been proudly supporting emerging independent designers since 2008.

Siblings, Marianna Gentilin and Roberta Parisi have helped launch the careers of countless local artisans, to the benefit of discerning Melbourne shoppers keen to snare original goods in a setting that would not be out of place in London, New York, or Paris.

Five of the best jewellers to sign-up for the September 12 Sisters’ Market include;

Té Claire is a newcomer to the Market. Té is a Brunswick-based artist, currently studying at RMIT, who creates handmade ceramic pieces of art. Focusing on the materials and the manual labour, her work takes a nostalgic look at the natural world and everyday objects, reinvented by clay – her clay brooches are uniquely distinct

Erin.K is a Ringwood-based jewellery maker who hand makes unique and interesting jewellery. Erin can remodel unwanted gold jewellery into something new and exciting or you can purchase from her sterling silver jewellery featuring leaf printed designs and stamped designs. One-of-a-kind pieces are all lovingly handmade from saw-piercing, polishing, soldering, heat printing, hand rolling and stamping and all Erin.K jewellery comes beautifully boxed.

Mecino is a Melbourne-based collection of unique treasures established in by Michelle Luna. Michelle pieces together vintage finds from all over the globe alongside colourful gems and unique charms. Michelle/Mecino love all things fun and playful, from seventies inspired blue birds to classics such as Mary Poppins., Mecino is a popular Melbourne brand that is popping up all over the place.

Manuela Igreja is a Portuguese born, Melbourne-based designer with a background in mathematics and a passion for jewellery and nature. Manuela likes to explore the relationship between jewellery and organic pieces, as well as the geometry and textures that surround us in our day-to-day. At present Manuela spends her time pursuing botanical plants from Melbourne to create unique jewels; her work is eye-catching and everyday wearable

And, Nanna Woo Handmade is a jewellery and homewares collection created by Hanna Wooley that applies ethical practices and uses sustainable and local materials. Hanna’s jewellery and homewares are created using eco resin, precious metals and polymer clay. Inspiration is drawn from the Tasmanian landscape and coastal environment. The eco resin metanical range has small pieces of nature embedded, such as lichen and dried flowers and flecks of gold, copper or silver metallic foil highlight each piece.

The Sisters’ Market will be held at the Brunswick Town Hall, 233 Sydney Road, Brunswick between 10am and 4pm. Entry is free. Street parking is available, public transport options include #19 tram or bus route #506. For details visit, @sistersmarket and