Jun 14, 2015

Australia Week: Suze Loves Rabbit and the Raven! & Giveaway

 The jewelry in this shop is gorgeous.

And it has such a great distinctive own style.

What I also like is that there's jewelry for women and men.

 The owner of the shop, Linda, has made a beautiful complete collection.

I think her work is fashionable and stylish.

 I've asked Linda a few questions to find out more about her and her shop.

What inspires you?

I think I am most heavily inspired and influenced by my travels. As a Geologist (and partner to a Bulgarian), I have worked and lived in Asia, Latin America and Bulgaria. I translate the things I see and like in these cultures into my own style.

How/where did you learn to make jewellery?

I have been making jewellery in various forms since primary school. I have always loved making and wearing jewellery - from beaded to woven to cloth to sterling silver and of course polymer clay.

 When did your Etsy adventure start and how?

I have only recently (a couple of months ago) started up Rabbit and the Raven. After playing around with various styles over a year or so, I finally found 'my' style and am really enjoying putting out there the things that I love to make and wear.

What do you like best about Australia? 

I love the desert and the beaches. The Pilbara desert is a place where I used to work and I will never forget it, it is indescribable.

What are your plans for the future? 

I am hoping to make jewellery a full-time undertaking - Like many others out there! It is a highly competitive market, and even if I do not succeed in making steady business, I have lost nothing as all the work I have put in so far has been so much fun.

I'd love to know why you use so much black? I love it and it works to well with the turquoise and the gold, I'm curious about your choice.

I like the 'boldness' of black. The high contrast I am able to achieve between the black clay and the gold/turquoise/green/silver patinas is something I find appealing simply. I wear a lot of black too :-)

I like the contrast, the turquoise, gold and black look fabulous together.

 I love the idea that you can buy jewelry in this shop in the same style for a man and a woman, so it belongs together, but is still different.

 Linda's prices are very reasonable. 

The jewelry can be mixed and matched which is such a great idea.

It all looks wonderful together.

You will love this great store.

Enjoy browsing. 

And have fun shopping!

One very lucky reader of my blog will receive a stunning prize:

These beautiful earrings will be for the winner of the giveaway. Good luck!

 I will contact the winner on twitter or via email. If I don't get a reply within 60 hours the prize will go to someone else. All of my giveaways are international.   


  1. I also adore the colors and style of the jewelry. It's really my thing. So so so beautiful!

  2. I love the colors! The bracelets are my fave bot everything is so unique and beautiful.

  3. I love the pieced necklaces. The design and colors are wonderful. Thanks for the giveaway.

  4. The colours- I love the turquoise on black especially.

  5. I like that the jewelry has a black background. Because of this, the colors stand out so much more and would match pretty much anything!

  6. Such pretty pieces - I would love several!

  7. I like the items' tribal theme, each carries a strong statement.

  8. Linda here from Rabbit and the Raven - Just wanted to say to all of you that left such lovely comments that you have absolutely made my day, thank you from the bottom of my heart x

  9. I like the "nature" feel in the pieces.

  10. The unique designs.

  11. i love the patterns and the colors and how different the style is

  12. I love the colors! turquoise is my favorite color

  13. The combination of black, gold and turquoise is wonderful.

  14. I love the edginess & details. Reminds me of Egyptian art!

  15. I really love the colors and the designs they are beautiful

  16. These really are wonderful-amazing designs

  17. The contrast between the turquoise and the black


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