Men & Unisex Pieces
Action always beats intention.
What happens when a man combines living in the most spiritual place in the world,
surfing, and a love for jewellery?
Both the bracelet and ring in this picture have been made from 100% sterling silver and by using the casting method. The bracelet is also made from weaved leather.
Our Bali Collection
is made using only the finest quality materials.
100% sterling silver and leather.
White Ocean Jewellery, every piece is hand-crafted and every stone is hand-set.
A rocking line of men's (and unisex) jewellery!
Bali, known as Land of the Gods, is a sacred place. People are drawn to this island for many reasons.
First and foremost, it is one of the most spiritual destinations I know of and have been to. Balinese spend their days creating 'offerings for the gods' (the offerings have a few standard requirements such as being made from banana leaf and flowers, and containing: rice, leaves, food, candy, and even a little money) and giving thanks in a mindful fashion. They are very connected to spirit.
The other things Bali is known for is its surfing, with its warm temperatures and curling waves, it has become a mecca for surfers of all levels. Surfing, in itself, is revered as a spiritual act for many. Loosing yourself in the moment is in fact the moment when you find yourself, so to speak.
Combine the spiritual experience of Bali with the spiritual experience of surfing and you'll find yourself 'stoked', on a higher plane of existence. It's easy to see why so many people are attracted to this incredible island.
Our jewellery from Bali, is designed by a local Balinese artist and surfer, and business owner with a lot of spiritual awesome-ness. He spent some time in Japan where he was really inspired by their creative style and has come up with his own designs. His designs have become so popular that he has trained a handful of silversmith to help him with his jewellery casting.
Jewellery casting is a process of making jewellery pieces that involves the pouring of liquid metal alloy into a mold. It is usually referred to as lost-wax casting because the casting mold is created using a wax model that is melted away to leave a hollow chamber in the middle of the mold. The technique has been used for thousands of years, and is still widely used today by both master craftsmen and home crafters.
Let us infuse your wardrobe with pieces that you will love and that you will be proud to wear because they come from exotic artists from around the globe; reflect your deeper values of individuality, creativity, compassion, and fun; and because together we are changing lives and you can be proud to part of that change.