Alex an ex graffiti artist turned jewellery designer created Vurchoo. Nominated for the UK Jewellery Awards. His jewellery is inspired by children’s drawings from around the globe. These are the sole inspiration for his designs and a portion of the profits go to their school. £36-£2000
A cluster of gold rings free moving for a contemporary timeless stud, £36
18kt gold plated on silver. Width 14mm Height 18mm. Studs of Hope is a unique silver and gold collection by Vurchoo Jewellery supporting schools around the world. Each pair of studs helps children off the streets and into education. In partnership with UK registered charity Teach A Man To Fish.
A slightly curved dark turquoise set in 925 silver,£36
Being a natural stone each pair is unique and has different marbling. Width 5mm Height 12mm. Studs of Hope is a unique silver and gold collection by Vurchoo Jewellery supporting schools around the world. Each pair of studs helps children off the streets and into education. In partnership with UK registered charity Teach A Man To Fish.
1 of 1 - Collectors, £1200
What goes best with your mood today. Possible combinations include Chain necklace Chain with pendant Choker Bracelet or 2 18ct Gold vermeil.
Size - 1 to 19.5inches. Can be adjusted to multiple lengths.
1 of 1 - Collectors,£95
This absolutely beautiful example of contemporary jewellery features a tactile spinning gem to compliment to minimalist design. Each piece if a one off design inspired by a drawing created by Yakshika from India. Yakshika goes to VVDAV school in New Dehli who will be donated 20% of the profits from this design so they can continue sponsoring children who are unable to access education. Yakshika's drawing was inspired by a school initiative to reduce waste by producing a selling stationery with seeds inside. So when discarded something beautiful can grow. From this, Alex took the seed inside the pencil very literal and used it as the base of his designs.
Size - M (UK). 18ct gold vermeil
Oval 60mm by 67mm, £355
18ct Gold plated on silver with Royal Blue enamel. The drawing from Caleb who attends Ahazaza School in Rwanda was the inspiration behind this stunning bracelet. Taking key points such as the organic flora strong lines and vibrant colours we were able to design this stunning bangle without the pattern being repeated. From the sale of each Floral Enamel Bracelet Ahazaza School can be provided with electricity for 3 weeks or whatever is needed most at the time. An equal donation is also made to the London-based charity Teach a Man to Fish who support and raise money for worthy causes around the world. FREE Standard UK delivery
The drawing from Hun Pitou who attends Salariin Kampuchea School in Cambodia shows us her story from the paddy fields that surround her village and are the life-line for many villages in Cambodia to the rising sun on the horizon signifying her coming of age.This elegant pair of asymmetrical drop earrings show a rice grain at the top of the earring connected by different length chains showing the path to another rice grain leaving the husk. This symbolises how Salariin Kamuchea helps many young adults such as Hun Pitou prepare for adult life. From the sale of each pair of Rice Grain Pendant Earrings Salariin Kampuchea will be able to provide a 1 student with an essential supply kit consisting of stationary and exercise books or whatever is most needed at the time. FREE Standard UK delivery
Length – 55mm & 65mm.
Inspired by the tears of Melissa from Guatemala that she shed after the volcanic eruption in her home country. These stunning organic shapes are the perfect addition to any wardrobe all year round. Gold Vermeil on 925 sterling silver.
An elegant cluster of tactile petals in 925 silver, £36
Studs of Hope is a unique silver and gold collection by Vurchoo Jewellery supporting schools around the world. Each pair of studs helps children off the streets and into education. In partnership with UK registered charity Teach A Man To Fish.
Width 4mm Height 9mm.