Females Unite

Contemporary Jewellery Designer Esa Evans is celebrating 100 years of women’s suffrage with the launch of her ‘Females Unite’ statement necklace and will be donating 20% of all sales to Oasis Domestic Abuse Service.

The necklace, which comes in three colours (gold, rose gold, and silver) is available to buy directly from Esa's website (http://www.esaevans.com/) and is also stocked in our boutique charity shop 'The Oasis Shop' on Northdown Rd, Cliftonville. 

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Esa said, “I’m not too proud to admit having been affected by domestic abuse. As a student I was  living with a very “charming” man whose aggression towards me and my friends was only stopped by getting a court injunction. I’m only too aware of the fear that people live with daily, who are suffering at the hands of abusers, and I’m pleased that maybe our small contributions can make a difference.”

Loukia Michael, Fundraising Manager said, “We are delighted that Esa has chosen to support Oasis with her beautiful necklaces – especially this year as we mark 100 years of women’s suffrage. Domestic abuse damages so many lives and the money raised will help us to reach more people affected by the issue’.

About Esa Evans Contemporary Fashion Jewellery

Esa Evans, founder and designer, draws on the inspiration of art, music and fashion to create desirable jewellery for women to wear every day. From her studio in Whitstable on the Kent coast, Esa collaborates with artists and galleries as well designing her own uplifting jewellery collections.

Using contemporary laser-cutting techniques, Esa transforms stainless steel into polished pieces finished with gold-plating, colourful enamels and delicate etched details.

ESA EVANS jewellery expresses Esa’s belief that accessories have the power to revitalise the way women dress for every day and every occasion.

Expect to see birds and bees, cats and ants, seaweed and shells as well as pineapples and bananas. Honeycomb inspired geometrics make an appearance as well as disco typography, stars and optical illusion stripes.


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