Designer Annabel Panes studied at the renowned Sir John Cass jewellery school, where she focused on ethical design processes, while gaining a comprehensive understanding of how to make and design jewellery. Georgina Fuggle trained at Leiths before practicing as a food stylist & food editor. Together they combined their love of food and design to create their first collection for Little by Little Jewellery. And what foodie treats they are!
So many teeny tiny fruits and veg. I’m in love. These little guys are all ethically manufactured in Lima, Peru. Annabel personally visits the factory, which provides good, ethical conditions for its workers as well as giving locals the opportunity to become skilled craftsmen. Little by Little packaging is all locally sourced in the UK and is made from 100% recycled materials. But that’s not all, the backbone to Little by Little is the belief in giving back and helping others through their business, which is done through their partnership with Action Against Hunger. In their own words:
We searched long and hard to find the right partner but Action Against Hunger were ideal; every day they work to save the lives of malnourished children, and with 35 years of expertise in situations of conflict, natural disaster and chronic food insecurity they meet the immediate and long term needs of millions of children and families worldwide. In 2014 alone, they helped over 13.6 million people in 47 countries. With each item that is sold, we will donate the funding to pay for a day’s supply of therapeutic food to nurse an acutely malnourished child back to health.
If you have a foodie loving friend in your life, this may be the perfect Christmas gift for them. Shop more of the collection here.
Until next time, stay magic y’all.