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Our 7 Favorite Minimalist Jewelry Brands From the Philippines

Locally handmade pieces from Namì, Penny Pairs and more.

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Our 7 Favorite Minimalist Jewelry Brands From the Philippines

Locally handmade pieces from Namì, Penny Pairs and more.

Accessorizing with jewelry, whether it be a pair of minimalist earrings, a dainty necklace, a charm bracelet or stacked rings, can immediately elevate your look. Below, we’ve compiled a list of the best jewelry brands from the Philippines that specialize in simple yet elegant handmade pieces.

Our selection includes cult-favorite brand Tala by Kyla, known for its themed collections and contemporary styles perfect for everyday wear. Founded by Cath Sobrevega and Ina Tirthdas, Namì works with Filipino artisans to craft timeless designs from sterling silver. Another favorite of ours, Penny Pairs takes pride in its demi-fine, sustainable jewelry made of recycled 925 silver and 18k gold.

Continue reading to learn more about our seven favorite Philippines-based jewelry labels.

Anzá

 

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Established in 2019, Anzá specializes in solid 14k and 18k gold jewelry handcrafted by skillful local artisans. The brand is known for its Alegria and Valentia necklaces, both versatile enough for any occasions. “We believe in the power of subtlety, and we believe that to be truly bold is to take quiet strides,” the brand stated.

WHERE TO SHOP: Anzá’s Instagram.

Love, Susie

Founded by Kim and Tiffy Tiam-Lee, Love, Susie is the fine jewelry line of Lee’s main brand Pulseras. Inspired by her love for architecture and straight lines, Lee’s minimal necklaces, bracelets, earrings and rings are locally handmade from ethically sourced materials, and are packaged in reusable drawstring pouches or recyclable craft boxes.

WHERE TO SHOP: Love, Susie’s web store.

Modern Myth

 

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Designed and handmade in Manila, Modern Myth produces its fine jewelry in small, made-to-order batches. From its barely-there styles to statement-making designs, this brand offers an endless list of options for you to choose from.

WHERE TO SHOP: Modern Myth’s web store.

Namì

 

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Namì, an Ilonggo word that translates to “nice” in English, creates quality earrings, rings, bangles, necklaces, anklets and toe rings made by local artisans in Libtong, Bulacan. The brand uses sterling silver as the main component for making its jewelry, but it also offers a range of gold pieces. “It’s the same with most of the women in our lives — their jewelry tells a story. We want to make that accessible,” said founders Cath Sobrevega and Ina Tirthdas.

WHERE TO SHOP: Namì’s web store.

Penny Pairs

 

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Founded in 2018, Penny Pairs is dedicated to giving its customers access to affordable, tarnish-free jewelry. The label crafts sustainable pieces made of precious metals and crystals, as well as recycled 925 silver and 18k gold. Whether you’re simply going to the office or have an event to attend, Penny Pairs’ styles are guaranteed to give your outfit that extra oomph.

WHERE TO SHOP: Penny Pairs’ web store.

Stage Chic

 

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Crafted from four main materials, namely gold vermeil, gold plated, pearls and cubic zirconia, Stage Chic’s demi-fine collection features earrings, necklaces, rings and bracelets. On top of its gold and silver offerings, the brand has recently expanded its catalog with dainty rose gold pieces.

WHERE TO SHOP: Stage Chic’s web store.

Tala by Kyla

 

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Tala by Kyla started out as a one-woman team in 2018. The brand’s founder, Kyla Cañete, used to manage, pack, advertise and deliver on her own before TBK became the success it is today. Today, the 21-year-old CEO leads the marketing team, while her mother is in charge of internal operations. Other than her minimalist designs, Cañete produces themed collections inspired by her interests like K-pop, anime and music. She’s also had the opportunity to collaborate with one of the Philippines’ popular bands, Ben & Ben, on a limited-edition necklace.

WHERE TO SHOP: Tala by Kyla’s web store or Shopee.

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