Q1. What material do you use to make the 3D / OVA jewellery?

We use Polylactic Acid (PLA) Filaments to produce our signature 3D / OVA range. The filament is created from renewable resources like corn starch and sugar cane. PLA is biodegradable, becoming liquid at its melting point (150-160 degrees Celsius). The use of PLA is part of our commitment to protecting our environment and is a crucial part of our commitment to sustainability.

Q2. How are the 3D/ Ova jewellery produced?

We use the process of fused deposition modelling to create 3D / OVA pieces on-demand. Our approach ensures minimum wastage and allows us to customise pieces to suit your style.

Q3. Where are the pieces made?

All our jewellery is made personally by Sharka in her Brisbane studio. She dedicates her care and skills to each piece. All our materials are of the highest quality. Our materials are ethically sourced locally in Australia and from the Czech Republic.

Q4. How do I care for my 3D / OVA jewellery?

We recommend avoiding high temperatures or long and direct exposure to sunlight. Pieces are washable in soap water.