By Nye – In Two Minds
Last year Melbourne jeweller Nye De Marchi took a trip to Greece and returned with 40 nicely shaped pebbles. Using an 8000-year-old technique called lost-wax casting, De Marchi used these objects and others to create the bulbous, organic forms of her newest range, In Two Minds. Each sculptural ring, dangly stone earring, statement choker and droplet pendant is forged from sterling silver, and in many cases later plated in 18-carat gold. We love them all. From $175 /

Maison Balzac incense holder
For its debut incense line, this homewares label looked to the remote Japanese island of Awaji, where a cooperative has been producing incense since 1850. Grab a box of 50 orange-neroli or cedar-sandalwood sticks ($39) and pair them with this 17cm-centimetre-high white-marble holder, inspired by Jean Cocteau’s 1946 film La Belle et La Bete (Beauty and the Beast), in which hands emerge from walls holding candlesticks. $129 /

Capra Designs – Golden
Who doesn’t have a fiddle leaf or peace lily in their lounge these days? And yet, interesting pots can still be hard to find. Bianca Lambert has the answer with her new release of handmade (and surprisingly affordable) pots, trays and knick-knacks. These warm terrazzo pieces are inspired by sunshine bouncing off desert sand – just what we need in the middle of winter. From $19 /

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This story originally appeared in Melbourne print issue 27 and Sydney print issue 19.