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Brisbane, Australia-based Rachel Azulie started out designing and making jewellery in 1991.
With an extensive history in the field, her contemporary jewellery work is influenced by Eastern traditions such as the ancient art of Origami, as seen in her collection of fine silver origami miniatures.
A major inspiration in her one-of-a-kind work however is taken from the Art Nouveau movement, in which insects and flora are a major feature.
Precious metals, gemstones, polymer clay and botanical and fauna specimens are Rachel’s preferred materials, and she uses sculpting (metal clay), stone setting, metal veneering, electroforming, hand folding, silversmithing and other techniques in her work.
In addition to more than two decades experience in the industry, Rachel holds a Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Multimedia Technology, from the Greenwich University in London, United Kingdom; and has also studied fashion design at the London College of Fashion.