For classic styles à la diamond studs you can wear everyday post-ceremony, Andrea Bonelli’s socially conscious range is one to browse. Handcrafted by the designer herself in her studio, Bonelli’s jewels are made from recycled and ethically mined stones. She also works with multiple charities including Toolbox Initiative, Kiva, and No Dirty Gold to protect communities, workers, and the environment.
I am very happy with the rings Andrea made for me. She has really honed her craft, and was quick to answer my questions and meet my needs. Her excellent customer service ultimately gave me the confidence to opt for handmade jewelry for my wedding rings. Will be purchasing more from Andrea.
I cannot say enough good things about Andrea – both herself and her work. This ring shipped quickly, the craftsmanship is gorgeous and she worked with me nonstop to make sure I was happy. Seriously, far about and beyond that call of duty when it comes to customer service. Obsessed with my ring, and with Andrea. If you're thinking about shopping with her, do it. I will definitely be back.
This bracelet is even better than expected. It's very sturdy and strong for it's delicate appearance. The angles and hammered finish allow it to catch the light and shine. It fits so well with my other bracelets that I may purchase another! Thank you for the excellent craftsmanship :).
Jackie 14k Hexagon Bracelet
Love the ring! Can't wait to wear it on my wedding day.
Love the way my ring looks with my wedding band. Adds the perfect texture to my rings. Can’t wait to see it next to my engagement ring! Thank you so much for being so responsive and getting this turned around earlier than expected!
I'm very happy with Andrea's Stardust wedding ring, it's discrete with lovely stardust-pattern, just what I wanted. Communication with Andrea went smoothly and promptly all the time, I find her very kind and also helpful with advise regarding the measuring which was my biggest concern. It all went well and faster than I expected with the shipping to Europe. Thank you again, Andrea!