Production details

Each piece is made by Anisha, with help from a jewellery assistant. She sketches the designs before turning them into vectors, then she puts them into a laser cutting machine which cuts acrylic and wood. The details are laser etched and engraved onto the material before Anisha hand paints and assembles them.

Turnaround Time
7-10 days
File Types
eps. dxf. and Illustrator
Minimum Order
Production Access
Project Specific: Depends on project and requirements
Works With
  • Small companies
  • Professionals
  • General public
  • Students
  • Bespoke 1-offs
  • Sample production
  • Prototypes


Anisha uses her own lived experiences and her Indian and Ugandan heritage to craft jewellery. She uses both mediums to explore the themes: multiculturalism, displacement, Diaspora, reclamation and decolonisation, with the intention of reaching a wider audience by blending the traditional with the contemporary. Anisha believes that the beauty of the heirloom is that it gathers stories as it passes from hand to hand over generations. With each design, Anisha takes fragments of stories from South Asian history, mythology and culture, and blends it with the experiences and influences that come with being part of the Diaspora.