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Our Materials

We are committed to using 100% recycled and traceable sterling silver for the castings. Our pieces are made to last for a long time. Each piece will have slight variations and imperfections due to the sand casting process, meaning it is completely unique to you.

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Thank You

Thank you to Jonathan Heard for designing the Sixtensdotter logo, helping with brand identity and product photography for the Tidvatten Collection.

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Thank you to Marcus Ripley for filming the casting process.

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Sixtensdotter is an independent jewellery brand run by Ellinor Sixtensdotter. At Sixtensdotter, we design and create finely-crafted jewellery that add a touch of magic to the everyday. We believe that jewellery should be a special experience, and strive to create an emotional connection with each of our customers. Whether it’s a timeless piece or a unique one-off, our pieces are designed to last a lifetime. Our jewellery is handmade from recycled sterling silver or recycled solid gold in our London-based studio, with each one made to order.

 

Our commitment to sustainability is reflected in the eco-conscious materials we use and our use of precious gemstones.

"My brand is a reflection of myself and my love for the ocean. I spend as much time as I can near the sea - swimming all-year-round and surfing - and I take that with me into my work. I work with textures and sand cast the majority of our pieces. I like preserving the finish of the sand casting on the jewellery and want it to have a handmade feel. Sand casting is one of the oldest casting methods we know of, and I often look to ancient jewellery for inspiration. I strive to make my pieces look like they could have been dug up from the sand or the bottom of the ocean."

- Ellinor

Alongside running sixtensdotter, Ellinor works as a jeweller at The Great Frog. She was born in Sweden and has a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Furniture and Interior Design. She found her passion for jewellery making on a short course in Brighton. She then went on to study a six-month goldsmith course in Sweden.  

who we are

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