BibbaLondon

Bibba London Jewellery Bazaar

London, United Kingdom · 128 Sales

BibbaLondon

Bibba London Jewellery Bazaar

London, United Kingdom 128 Sales On Etsy since 2010

5 out of 5 stars
(43)

Announcement   I do believe there is more genuineness to the things made slowly and carefully, on a small, human scale. So, I take my time till the moment my creation fully satisfies me.
As the World has grown to an inhuman scale, mass production and gigantic businesses became overwhelming and endless ideas of must-haves bonding people to buy more to safeguard themselves from becoming outcasts seems insane. Therefore it is important to support businesses wanting to stay small. Wanting to stay human...
What I create is more intimate and enduring than fashion. Potential of the metal and stone is transformed into a wearable form of art. The work is finished when the final result satisfies me. When order is placed, I choose wrapping specifically for the piece.

I enthuse and support the idea of up-cycling and re-using. When Dame Anita Roddick was opening her first modest Body Shop in 70s, she was asking her clients to bring their own cream jars. Environment is very important for me so I re-use packing materials and up-cycle unwanted office papers, books and tissue paper wrap my products.

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Last updated on Jun 30, 2016

I do believe there is more genuineness to the things made slowly and carefully, on a small, human scale. So, I take my time till the moment my creation fully satisfies me.
As the World has grown to an inhuman scale, mass production and gigantic businesses became overwhelming and endless ideas of must-haves bonding people to buy more to safeguard themselves from becoming outcasts seems insane. Therefore it is important to support businesses wanting to stay small. Wanting to stay human...
What I create is more intimate and enduring than fashion. Potential of the metal and stone is transformed into a wearable form of art. The work is finished when the final result satisfies me. When order is placed, I choose wrapping specifically for the piece.

I enthuse and support the idea of up-cycling and re-using. When Dame Anita Roddick was opening her first modest Body Shop in 70s, she was asking her clients to bring their own cream jars. Environment is very important for me so I re-use packing materials and up-cycle unwanted office papers, books and tissue paper wrap my products.

Follow me on
https://www.pinterest.com/bibbalo/
https://twitter.com/bibbalondon
and Instagram

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Pearl on gold arabesque earrings
US$53.96
Keshi pearl earrings - Stormy clouds
US$26.98
Silver wire earrings - Noodles in Black
US$74.19
Silver stud earrings - Noodles
US$74.19
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5 out of 5 stars
(43)
lottie888

lottie888 on Feb 11, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Bibba made me this pair of beautiful stacking rings for my wedding and I couldn't be happier with the way they evolved. The fit and feel on my finger is fantastic and I sense a real warmth was put into making them. The brief was 'organic' and she did her craft proud. Bibba is a brilliant communicator and will not go ahead until she knows you are happy with what you want her to do. She was also very timely - although not rushed - considering I ordered them just before Christmas and only a month before my wedding day. Thanks Bibba! Xx

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Boho statement ring-pendant in silver and gold
Enjoy my new treasury featuring geometric silver bangle
SUMMER GIVEAWAY! Solid gold geometric ring may be yours :-)

About

Magic of making

Long, long time before the social media, selfie sticks and 3D printers, Google was operating from a garage and Dame Anita Roddick was short of cream jars so she had to recycle them.
Now most of people think of an instant success making all possible effords to arrive there ASAP.

I often say that I love Internet but I love people behind it of course! Finding the answer to whatever question is thanks to them. Wonderful and generous people wanting to share their knowledge and passion. Here, I thank all of them from the depth of my heart for sharing and assisting me tiptoeing towards my own success!

At the same time I'm not an ever-changing social media expert and don't keep up with all the changes and very often surprised how little I know about for example ... Etsy!

In this column I should write my success story, but there is no such story yet. I'm still carving it. I explore and define what I want my success to be like. I'm not spending too much time on social media or reading success stories. Because we are all different and we weave our own fabrics of life and success.

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There was a time when I was renting a workshop trying to find a good balance between my day work (yes, still) and my creativity. I found working from a rented studio too pressuring and some time ago I have decided to work from home, where I can arrive at the decision or result at my own time.

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My earliest memory of semiprecious stones is when, as a child, I went to mineralogical museum. It was magical experience, so I was returning there many times to admire this incredible formations. I spent hours there being amazed how cleverly nature has designed them. My affection for stones had fading and finally I lost my interest towards them and forgot my teenage passion.

Some years later, I have started making adorns using silk ties from my vast collection. I have background in textiles so I always admired ties for their diversity. Soon, I have started learning silversmithing and plunged into the world of working with metal and stones. Now I'm mesmerized with them again.

I work on small scale and I live on small scale. I have chosen to live in the World of simple pleasures of doing and making things with my own hands. I don't think much of success.

I take my time till the moment my creation fully satisfies me. Nothing is random, nothing is rushed. I often employ an experiment or controlled accident to get satisfying result. All my work is a balancing act between accidental and carefully executed forms.

After the piece is finished I photograph it carefully and select shots to give you the best idea of the piece. Its form, size colour and take extra time to make listing to emphasize its character.

I know that every single item I make and sell is a one of a kind, so when order is placed, I choose wrapping specifically for the piece and imagine how it would be to receive it. I often re-use packing or office materials.

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Last updated on December 12, 2015
I’m very excited to join Etsy community and truly happy that it exists. I love the idea of knowing the story behind what we buy. As the World has grown to an inhuman scale, all the mass production, mass selling, mass fashion and mass businesses became overwhelming.

All these dépêche fashion and must-haves bonding people to buy more and more to safeguard themselves from becoming outcasts. I want to be as far as possible from changing my wardrobe completely four times a year. I prefer to be liberated from it, to feel inspired and use my imagination and ability to pick something up, to spice up garments I already have and love.

I enthuse and support the idea of re-cycling and re-using. When Dame Anita Roddick was opening her first modest Body Shop in 70s, she was asking her clients to bring their own cream jars… Would that be possible now?

I buy pre-owned, pre-loved items for their beauty and their history what, in my eyes, makes them more genuine. I incorporate them not only in my work but also my house and my garden so, when I bring them and start using, they match perfectly and it feels like they have always been there.

I have been always making things, it keeps me going, makes me feel alive. I only use materials I like and I take my time till the moment my creation fully satisfies me. It feels like back in times before the World has gone crazy. I do believe there is more genuineness to the things made slowly and carefully, on a small, human scale. It is like travelling back to the times when people had time to talk to their children and friends, make things with their own hands and enjoy their slowly-lived lives. I am talking here about simple pleasures humanity seems to have forgotten like cooking at home, making jams, simple cosmetics, knitting, etc. It really feels great to make things! You may want to try it yourself one day…

I get inspiration from what surrounds me, everyday beauty of the city I live in, weather, nature, antiques. I take from ambience, transform the atmosphere, ethos and give back. Sometimes I get seduced by the materials and decide later on what they are going to be turn into. This is the most important and enjoyable process. The moment of designing, which is something between an experiment and active looking for the final form emerging in my head.

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1. Eligibility
To purchase goods at BibbaLondon shop on Etsy you must be aged 18 or older, register on the website, and hold a valid debit/credit card.

2. Goods, Pricing, and Availability
Whilst every effort has been made to ensure that all graphical representations and descriptions of the products sold by the BibbaLondon shop correspond to the actual products available, BibbaLondon is not responsible for any variations from these descriptions. This does not exclude our liability for mistakes due to negligence on our part and refers only to variations of the correct goods, not different goods altogether.

Where appropriate, you may be required to select the size, model, colour, number, or other features of the products that you are purchasing.

BibbaLondon does not guarantee that these products will be available. Stock indications are provided on the website however, these may not take into account sales that have taken place during your visit to the website.

All pricing information on the website is correct when posted online. BibbaLondon reserves the right to change prices and alter or remove any special offers from time to time and as necessary. All pricing information is reviewed and updated on a regular basis. This does not exclude our liability for mistakes or delays.

All prices given on the website are inclusive of VAT.

The total cost of your order comprises the price of the product(s) ordered, and delivery charges, as set out in the Checkout section.

3. Purchase-Related Policies
We reserve the right, with or without notice, to cancel or reduce the quantity of any orders that we believe, at our sole discretion, may result in a violation of our Terms and Conditions.

4. Placing an Order and Order Acceptance
You will be guided through the process of placing an order by a series of simple instructions on the website. You will be offered the opportunity to review your proposed order and confirm or correct it prior to placing it. Order requests for goods from the BibbaLondon shop on Etsy are made by clicking on the Submit button at the end of the on-line ordering process.

Once you have placed your order, we will send you an email acknowledgement, providing you with the details and value of your order. The value of your order will be debited to your credit/debit card/PayPal. This is not an order acceptance from BibbaLondon.
Unless we have notified you that we do not accept your order or you have cancelled your order in accordance with the Cancellation section of the website, our acceptance of your order and the completion of the contract between you and us will take place when we dispatch your goods. To cancel your order after it has been dispatched to you, you will need to follow the Returns Policy & Procedure.

If you require any information regarding your order(s), please contact us.

We may not accept your order if an item you have ordered is out of stock, we are unable to obtain authorisation for your payment, we suspect fraudulent activity or violation of our Terms and Conditions (including our Privacy Policy), or if we identify a product or pricing error.

If we are unable to fulfil your order following our order acknowledgement, we will contact you by email advising you of this.

5. Payment
Payment is accepted using PayPal or a credit/debit card. When paying in our shop you confirm that the credit or debit card that is being used is yours.
All credit/debit cardholders are subject to validation checks and authorisation by the card issuer. If the issuer of your payment card fails or refuses to authorise payment to us, whether in advance of, or subsequent to a payment, we will not be liable for any delay or non-delivery.

6. Title to Goods
We will retain the legal ownership of the goods until full payment has been made by you and such payment has been received by us. Legal ownership of the goods will immediately revert to us if we refund any such payment to you.

7. Risk of Loss
The risk of loss of the goods will pass to you upon delivery.

8. Delivery
The goods shall be delivered to the address that you state during the ordering process. Please note that the timescale for delivery of the goods is only approximate. Orders may be delivered in one or more parts. We do not accept any liability whatsoever for delayed delivery caused by a third party.

9. Acceptance of Goods
Upon receipt, you must inspect the goods carefully. You will be deemed to have accepted the goods or you return the goods in accordance with the Returns Policy & Procedure. If no such action is taken within 14 days, we shall not be obliged to accept any rejection of the goods at a later date. Your statutory rights are not affected.

If you do not receive your entire order as detailed in the order confirmation email, please contact us, quoting a reference number in your correspondence.

10. Quality Assurance
Based on the reliability of our suppliers, quality control, along with our own familiarity with the quality of handmade items, we consider them to be the best quality. We endeavour to transfer to you the benefit of any warranty or guarantee given to BibbaLondon by our suppliers.

Our suppliers warrant that all products shall be of satisfactory quality. It is therefore reasonable to rely on the skill and judgment of our suppliers.

11. Returns Policy & Procedure
BibbaLondon aims to provide fault-free and undamaged high quality products. On occasion however, goods may need to be returned. Returns are governed by these Terms and Conditions.

If goods are damaged or opened in transit, you should return them to BibbaLondon within 14 days of receipt. We are not responsible for the shipment costs incurred when returning an item. Upon receipt of the returned goods, the price of the goods will be refunded to you through the payment method that you used when purchasing the goods.

If you receive goods that do not match those that you ordered, you should return them within 14 days of receipt. You will be given the option to replace faulty, damaged, or incorrect items (if a replacement is available) or to receive a refund. Refunds and replacements will be issued upon our receipt of the returned goods.

Please note that we cannot accept returned goods that we reasonably believe to have been used. In such circumstances, we will notify you that no refund will be provided and you will be responsible for arranging for such goods to be returned to you within 28 days of our notification.

If any goods that you have purchased have faults when they are delivered to you, you should return them within 14 days upon receipt. Goods must be returned in their original condition with all packaging and documentation. Upon receipt of the returned goods, the price of the goods, as paid by you, will be refunded to you or a replacement provided.

12. Returns of goods made to order
Returns of goods made to order will be considered individually, if accepted, 20% of original price will be charged. Some other costs may apply. BibbaLondon reserves the right to reject return of items crafted for order. Legal ownership of the goods will immediately revert to us if we refund payment or deducted payment to you.



13. Intellectual Property
All content available on BibbaLondon shop at Etsy, including, but not limited to, text, graphics, logos, icons, images, sound clips, video clips, data compilations, page layout, underlying code, and software is the property of BibbaLondon, our affiliates or other relevant third parties. By continuing to use the website, you acknowledge that such material is protected by the applicable United Kingdom and International Intellectual Property Laws.

You may not reproduce, copy, distribute, store, sell, re-sell, modify, or in any other fashion re-use, material from the website for any purpose without our prior written consent.
Shipping
Title to Goods
We will retain the legal ownership of the goods until full payment has been made by you and such payment has been received by us. Legal ownership of the goods will immediately revert to us if we refund any such payment to you.

Risk of Loss
The risk of loss of the goods will pass to you upon delivery.

Delivery
The goods shall be delivered to the address that you state during the ordering process. Please note that the timescale for delivery of the goods is only approximate. Orders may be delivered in one or more parts. We do not accept any liability whatsoever for delayed delivery caused by a third party.

Acceptance of Goods
Upon receipt, you must inspect the goods carefully. You will be deemed to have accepted the goods or you return the goods in accordance with the Returns Policy & Procedure. If no such action is taken within 14 days, we shall not be obliged to accept any rejection of the goods at a later date. Your statutory rights are not affected.

If you do not receive your entire order as detailed in the order confirmation email, please contact us, quoting a reference number in your correspondence.
Refunds and Exchanges
Returns Policy & Procedure
BibbaLondon aims to provide fault-free and undamaged high quality products. On occasion however, goods may need to be returned. Returns are governed by these Terms and Conditions.

If goods are damaged or opened in transit, you should return them to BibbaLondon within 14 days of receipt. We are not responsible for the shipment costs incurred when returning an item. Upon receipt of the returned goods, the price of the goods will be refunded to you through the payment method that you used when purchasing the goods.

If you receive goods that do not match those that you ordered, you should return them within 14 days of receipt. You will be given the option to replace faulty, damaged, or incorrect items (if a replacement is available) or to receive a refund. Refunds and replacements will be issued upon our receipt of the returned goods.

Please note that we cannot accept returned goods that we reasonably believe to have been used. In such circumstances, we will notify you that no refund will be provided and you will be responsible for arranging for such goods to be returned to you within 28 days of our notification.

If any goods that you have purchased have faults when they are delivered to you, you should return them within 14 days upon receipt. Goods must be returned in their original condition with all packaging and documentation. Upon receipt of the returned goods, the price of the goods, as paid by you, will be refunded to you or a replacement provided.

Returns of goods made to order will be considered individually, if accepted, 20% of original price will be charged. Some other costs may apply. BibbaLondon reserves the right to reject return of items crafted for order. Legal ownership of the goods will immediately revert to us if we refund payment or deducted payment to you.
Additional policies and FAQs
Quality Assurance
Based on the reliability of our material suppliers, quality control, along with our own familiarity with the quality of handmade items, we consider them to be the best quality and made of materials stated in the posting in our shop. We endeavour to transfer to you the benefit of any warranty or guarantee given to BibbaLondon by our suppliers.

Our suppliers warrant that all materials shall be of satisfactory quality. It is therefore reasonable to rely on the skill and judgment of our suppliers.

Intellectual Property
All content available on BibbaLondon shop at Etsy, including, but not limited to, text, graphics, logos, icons, images, sound clips, video clips, data compilations, page layout, underlying code, and software is the property of BibbaLondon, our affiliates or other relevant third parties. By continuing to use the website, you acknowledge that such material is protected by the applicable United Kingdom and International Intellectual Property Laws.

You may not reproduce, copy, distribute, store, sell, re-sell, modify, or in any other fashion re-use, material from the website for any purpose without our prior written consent.