What is Odissa?
Odissa is an online marketplace with a focus on British handmade jewellery, art and craftwork. The platform was founded by the Guild of Jewellery Designers as they wanted to help artists flourish through workshops, showcasing products, and bringing more people into the world of handcrafted items. It features some of today's most thoughtfully curated modern creative workmanship from jewellery designers who are committed to producing only original designs - you'll find gems that range in price depending on your budget!
The platform was created by The Guild of Jewellery Designers as a place for creative /makers to offer learning courses, showcase and sell their made in Britain gifts and help to maintain and grow the handmade industry in the face of cheap foreign imports.
We accept designer/makers who are committed to handcrafting products from their own original designs, providing you with a stunning collection of unique works for you to wear and send as gifts to discerning friends.
Explore Odissa's shops and find the pieces that make you individual.
Odissa allows shoppers to discover, follow, and engage with independent designer/maker brands with unique products all made in Britain.
On Odissa, it's easy to not only discover, but also connect with emerging brands and the creators behind them. Because each designer on Odissa Handmade is in charge of managing their own shop, fulfilling orders, and setting their brand’s policies, any questions regarding shipping details, delivery times, sizing, order specifics, and returns should be directed to the brand owner of the shop.
You can find each brand owner’s contact information on their site profile page.
Feel free to join our Facebook group, Odissa Republic, where you can meet the designers first hand, ask questions or even get help commissioning your own pieces. Odissa Republic on Facebook
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**Please be aware that now the UK has left the EU, anyone purchasing from outside the UK may be charged customs and VAT duties as their items enter their own country. These duties are set by the government of each country and are outside the control of UK designer/makers**