When I was at the design shop in the Azkuna Zentroa museum in Bilbao recently I came across a fabulous jewellery designer called Apetitu. In Basque, Apetitu means appetite and this company is all about having an appetite for discovery and play.
I particularly loved this necklace which called Hirunaka (which means 'daytime' in Japanese). It is made from polymer clay and is handcrafted by the designer.
I love the use of colour, pattern and asymmetrical design.
The necklace would go perfectly with these earrings, which are called Obalo - 'oval' in Basque.
I love the idea of using the earrings as a brooch instead, as seen below.