Alora Arnold is the creator behind Artifacts, a Canadian designed and handcrafted jewelry line based out of Saskatchewan. As a recent graduate from Ryerson University's Fashion Design program (fellow alumni!) she finds inspiration in nature. Aside from looking gorgeous, the materials she uses to make her jewelry are sourced as locally as possible. Each piece is unique and one-of-a-kind. Most of the pieces of are named after landmarks and ghost towns within Saskatchewan and Canada, a detail I especially love.
Check out more Artifacts jewelry here.
Photographs - Sandy Joe
Labels: Canadian, Designer Spotlight, details, Jewelry, Made in Canada, Ryerson University