NereaLiSanti

.925 Silver Llamas, Hares & contemporary shapes

Melbourne, Victoria On Etsy since 2010

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NereaLiSanti

.925 Silver Llamas, Hares & contemporary shapes

Melbourne, Victoria | 224 Sales

Announcement    *CHRISTMAS ORDERS CUT OFF DATES*
Within Australia:
Standard post- midnight Friday 11 December
Express post- midnight Friday 18 December

Worldwide: unfortunately any orders placed as of 16/11 are unlikely to arrive by Christmas. :(

Jewellery by Nerea Li Santi, home to sterling silver wombats, llamas and other handcrafted wearables in earrings, pendants, cufflinks, lapel pins and brooches.

Everything in this store has been made with my own two hands using traditional silversmithing techniques in my suburban Melbourne workshop.

For your regular NLS fix, please follow me on Instagram: @nerealisanti, use the hashtags#nerealisanti and #nls and tag me if you can so I can see you all rocking your NLS pieces. ta! xx

Announcement

Last updated on 16 Nov, 2020

*CHRISTMAS ORDERS CUT OFF DATES*
Within Australia:
Standard post- midnight Friday 11 December
Express post- midnight Friday 18 December

Worldwide: unfortunately any orders placed as of 16/11 are unlikely to arrive by Christmas. :(

Jewellery by Nerea Li Santi, home to sterling silver wombats, llamas and other handcrafted wearables in earrings, pendants, cufflinks, lapel pins and brooches.

Everything in this store has been made with my own two hands using traditional silversmithing techniques in my suburban Melbourne workshop.

For your regular NLS fix, please follow me on Instagram: @nerealisanti, use the hashtags#nerealisanti and #nls and tag me if you can so I can see you all rocking your NLS pieces. ta! xx

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About NereaLiSanti

Sales 224
On Etsy since 2010

Jewellery by Nerea Li Santi

Described as minimalist, whimsical and contemporary, I am a silversmith handcrafting jewellery from my workshop in suburban Melbourne.

Born, raised and living in the City of Greater Dandenong my work is influenced by my diverse community and the balance I enjoy between green spaces (adoring my ‘pet’ galahs and ringtail possums) and urban comforts (not too far from the city).

I grew up in the 80s where my crafty mum filled our home with glue, wadding and endless meters of lace; dad being a mechanic had great tools to play with. Pieces I make today borrow from that childhood, whether by using vintage lace as a texture or customising tools for particular projects.

My pieces are crafted using traditional silversmithing techniques often featuring shapes and characters arising from doodles on the backs of envelopes. Being a fidgeter I also enjoy making jewellery that is kinetic or tactile.

I enjoy the manual process of making jewellery and want the wearer to know that each piece I make is personal to me. Because it’s such a hands-on process, I feel personally connected to and invested in everything I make.

My favourite tools are my antique rolling mill, second-hand jewelers’ saw, torch from Argentina and decades old small, well worn, Spanish pliers inherited from my abuela.

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  • Nerea

    Owner, Maker, Designer

    From sawing out each little bunny stud to dashing to the post office, every step is completed with my two hands.

Shop policies

Last updated on 04 July, 2018
Hi and welcome my ‘policies’ page, if there is anything I have not covered, please convo me to clarify before your purchase :)

Accepted payment methods

Paypal Mastercard Visa American Express Apple Pay Gift card
Accepts Etsy Gift Cards and Etsy Credits
Returns and exchanges
Please let me know if there are any problems with your order or if there’s something about it that you’re not happy with. I will try to make it right however I can. I cannot refund shipping charges though.
Payment
Paypal is the easiest payment method for me, and even if you don’t have a Paypal account, you can still pay with Paypal (see http://tinyurl.com/2zepsg).

If you’re in Australia, and you’re really keen on an item and can’t use Paypal, I can accept cheques, money orders or a bank transfer, it may take a little longer though – particularly with cheques or money orders as I need to wait for the payment to clear before shipping the item. Select ‘other’ in the payment method and convo me with your preferred payment method.

*Please pay promptly, if no payment has been received within 5 days, I will unfortunately need to cancel your order :-(.*
Delivery
Almost every item in store is hand made to order, therefore please allow between 3 and 5 business days after receipt of payment for your item to ship.

Items are flat-packed (nicely enough to gift to yourself or a loved one) which saves on shipping costs.

I use standard Australia Post for shipping to Australia, which means your item should reach you between 2 and 4 work days after shipping.

I use standard Air Mail for international orders, which means you should receive your item in about 10 - 15 work days (but sometimes up to 45 days) after shipping.

Please note, time frames are not guaranteed - once I've left your package at the post office, It's in AusPost's hands. If you require tracking or express shipping - please contact me for a quote.

At this stage Tracking to the UK for a small package is about $24.00AUD and to the USA about $20.00AUD

If this is a gift and you would like me to include a complimentary gift card to the recipient, convo me.

Please note, I like to use recycled packaging materials wherever possible, so your packages may not look too pretty from the outside, however the contents will be safe and dry and will look lovely inside.

I am happy to send my pieces all over the world however cannot be responsible for any duties/taxes/customs fees, they incur when they have reached their destination.
Additional policies and FAQs
Please note, all items in this store have been made by hand. You may find little variations, dents, markings or textures on your piece, this does not mean it is of inferior quality or damaged, they are just little tell-tale signs that I am not a machine and this is not a mass-produced piece.