While perusing a newly discovered, shopping site, Obaz www.obaz.com, I came across this stunning bracelet which is called the Elvissa cuff, and loved it so much, I decided to do more research. It was a pleasant surprise to find out that it’s created by a British company named Bex Rox, with a showroom and studio based in Nottinghill in London (my neck of the woods).
The designer Bex Manners was born and raised on Spain’s Balearic Islands. Her company Bex Rox was launched in 2006 and the rise has been amazing to say the least. I can see why! When you visit her website, you are confronted with the most beautiful and unusual pieces of jewelry. This is not your everyday run of the mill trinkets; these are statement pieces large and small with a lot to say. I’m sure they will be conversation starters if you were ever to own one.
I wish I could post all of the pieces, because they truly are beautiful, but take a visit to her site www.bexrox.com; I’m sure you’ll find something there. A couple of my favourite pieces are the featured bracelet above and the kissing seahorses. There are also a number of variations of the same bracelet. Bex Rox prices range from $100 and up.
What is obaz? Well obaz which is short for online bazaar, lets anyone create their own group of like-minded buyers looking to get a good price on the same product. A minimum of 25 people have to be in a group to haggle for a product. oBaz hagglers will then reach out to merchants or manufacturers and leverage the group and their own negotiating expertise to get the best possible deal. This could be a win win situation, as you’re able to purchase products under the going retail price.