Discover our bestselling jewellery. All jewellery is designed in Amsterdam and handmade in Southeast Asia. This makes each piece of jewellery unique.
Rings for her
Rings for him
Bracelets for him
Bracelets for her
- Nathalie Black Spinel Limited Earrings Silver Gold 14ktAs low as €229 Inclusive Tax
- 843 one - Ellen Limited Hoop Earrings Silver Gold 14ktAs low as €249 Inclusive Tax
- 833 one - George Limited Hoop Earrings Silver BronzeAs low as €119 Inclusive Tax
Craft & Quality.
Craftsmanship is at the core of Buddha to Buddha’s premium jewellery. From the design process to development, a team of designers, developers and silversmiths work together to create the finished piece. The chain big bracelet (size E) takes a skilled silversmith around five days to complete, including the clasp, which is made up of 28 intricate pieces. Even the leather on the designs is handwoven by talented leather workers. Whether it’s a ring, a bracelet or a necklace, each piece is the result of a long and meticulous process involving creative minds, infinite patience and very steady hands.
Designed in Amsterdam.
Each new piece of jewellery is like a beautiful flower, developing slowly but surely as time passes. It starts with the first seed of a new idea in the mind of our highly skilled and creative designers in Amsterdam. This is worked out in sketches and computer drawings and discussed with colleagues. From the drawings, each individual piece of silver or another material is measured and calculated.
Handcrafted on Bali.
As the seed germinates into a budding flower, a specialist determines if the piece can be made and which steps are necessary in the process. The design is then sent to Bali, where hundreds of local craftsmen –and women- are engaged in making Buddha to Buddha jewellery. Silver craft is a long established tradition in the island and it’s truly amazing to witness the patience and precision with which every piece is hand-crafted.
For the intricate designs, separate moulds are made. Each line is lovingly drawn and scratched out by hand. With the so-called lost wax casting method, hot liquid silver is then poured into the moulds. After cooling off, the different components of the jewellery, like the petals of a flower, are buffed and polished. And finally, the pieces are linked together and the shining piece of jewellery unfolds like a glorious flower. So when you look at your Buddha to Buddha ring, bracelet or necklace, remember how much love and dedication has gone into the making of it, you will appreciate and cherish it even more!