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“My works are an imitation of my own past and present.”


Kali blends traditional and contemporary techniques to create abstract, raw designs, inspired by the contrast between natural and made objects.


Every flame, mark and polish has a single purpose: to create pieces you form an emotional connection with.


Like many of her clients, Kali wants to leave the world a better place. 

Since graduating from the Royal College of Art in 2014, she’s looked for ways to make her jewellery more sustainable.

That means favouring responsibly sourced, ethical materials. Like her recycled bronze collection, cast by a British family-run business, with any excess reused and recycled. 

It also means suggesting recycled or Fairmined metals and ethical gemstones when creating bespoke pieces. 

And it means keeping things local. Which is why you’ll often see her working with the goldsmiths in Hatton Garden.

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Kali earned a place on the 2021 Goldsmiths Centre’s Shine Talent showcase.


And the ripple bangle from her Hepworth collection was awarded Silver at the 2022 Goldsmiths Craft and Design Awards.

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