Puck Wanderlust

PUCK: a mischievous fairy in English folklore  

WANDERLUST: a strong desire for travel and adventure

Puck Wanderlust began in London in 2015 when Ranelle and Hannah  joined forces to fulfil their love of beautiful things alongside their curious nature. What they ended up creating is mindfully made jewellery that is handcrafted in India and Bali from hand selected stones and recycled silver.  

The mantra behind Puck Wanderlust is collaboration. Where the pieces are only created due to the shared wealth of skills from a handful of beautiful places around the globe. Every piece they create is something unique and different, so you can count of no two pieces being completely the same - hello unique jewellery that's not mass produced.

On top of focusing on collaboration, they also hold sustainability at the heart of their business which is something I personally love. It’s one thing to create a beautiful mindful business, but with everything that is created there is waste associated, so finding businesses that acknowledge this and do their part to be part of the solution is something I will always support and swoon over.

When I received their beautiful moonstone ring there was no plastic in sight, pretty surprising considering it came from overseas and that plastic packaging is usually enforced.

For those of you that are new to Ethical Made Easy, please know that I only ever talk about brands and beautiful businesses that I've tried and tested myself. As there's nothing worse than having someone talk about something to then find out that the quality doesn't hold up to your expectations. 



Hannah Keywood



 from Puck Wanderlust







Puck Wanderlust, however, doesn't just hold up to my expectations, they exceed them.  Their focus on sustainability is from production through to packaging. Every design is handcrafted using 100% recycled 925 silver and 18-carat gold vermeil. Every stone they use is hand selected, hand cut and lovingly set. 

This post is in collaboration with Puck Wanderlust.



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