Pichulik is an ethical jewelry and accessories brand based in Cape Town, South Africa. It was founded by Katherine-Mary Pichulik in 2013. The brand’s design is inspired by ancient traditions and cultures in Africa and all-over the world. It seeks to impart sacred feminine wisdom through its unique and intentional designs.
Pichulik jewellery and accessories are handcrafted from organic materials into distinctive forms that share the stories of brave women and celebrity heroine’s rate empowering feminine narratives. Moreover, each collection captures a different chapter in a journey, an odyssey imbued with mythology, symbolism and transformation. Pichulik employs women, collaborates with women, and outsources to local women-owned small businesses. Therefore, they promote job creation and economic activity in local communities, and champion and augment women’s earning capacity. Below, we have featured some of the latest collection by Pichulik.
The Noor Pendant
The Noor pendant is one of the jewelleries that is handcrafted by Pichulik. Noor is an Arabic word meaning light. This assembly of stone and brass will amplify your light.
The Sierra Earrings
The Sierra earrings have been handcrafted by women specifically to ground and solidify them in their own strength and magnitude. Sierra means a jagged mountain range.
The Lua earrings helps you to practice mind fullness and be in the present moment always. Lua translates to moon, and the moon just places you in constant stillness.
The name of this necklace is derived from the Greek verb Kirkoo, which mean, to secure with rings. This ring is made with brass and rope combinations and finished with brass end clasps.
Terra means earth and this bold choker, forged of brass and earthen tones, reminds us to be rooted in our own power.
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