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Custom Made at Clarity
Some occasions call for the personal touch that only comes from a custom piece designed and made especially for you.
Clarity Jewellers has built a reputation for service, quality and design with the expertise to bring your one-of-a-kind piece to life.
Clairty’s Megan Whelan’s talents were recently recognised at the inaugural NAJO Design Competition this year, winning prizes in both divisions.
Megan’s extensive background in sales, buying and manufacturing of fine jewellery began straight out of high school where she completed a Diploma in Gemmology at GAA (as well as Curtin University) and shortly after that an apprenticeship, which launched her into full-time design work.
Megan’s flair and obvious passion proves she is one young designer to watch in the Australian jewellery industry. Megan is always happy to chat with clients about custom made pieces, please contact the store for further details.
Megan's Two NAJO Design Submissions
Product Name: Cross Cuff Earrings
Awarded the Commercial Appeal Award (Inc. NAJO's Product Range 2016)
"I was inspired by the trend of ear cuffs and asymmetrical earrings emerging internationally...The angled cross-shape and polished silver surface I thought really gave the ear studs a ‘NAJO’ feel, which I see as simple, artistic and wearable,” said Megan.
Product Name: Wedge Necklace
Awarded the Design Merit Award
“I envisage strong, confident women wearing these designs: trendsetters, not followers,” says Megan.
“My personal jewellery style could be described as a little left-of-field. I like statement pieces and I appreciate quality – in the manufacture of a piece and the quality of the materials used,” she says.