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Natalie Grant has had a life-long love affair with jewellery. Having always been creatively inclined and after reaching a point in her career in medical imaging she enrolled in the Diploma of Jewellery and Object Design at Melbourne Polytechnic three years ago and has been obsessed with all things jewellery related since.
A self-confessed tool nerd she combines traditional jewellery techniques, such as lost-wax casting, with state of the art equipment to create sculptural, minimalist pieces with just the right amount of texture.
She has a commitment to ethically made, slow fashion and lives by the ethos ‘buy once, buy well, make it last.’ Her jewellery is made from recycled gold and sterling silver, many of which feature textures and contours that are are one of a kind and cannot be exactly replicated.