The five piece collection incorporates real size sea shells that were created using 3D printed moulds. The jewellery is placed on a delicate fine chain link necklace entwined with a coral-inspired piece alongside a row of neat jade pearls.
A longer drop chain features delicate 3D printed seashells that each encases a jade pearl overlaid with the cursor motif.
Additionally, the collection features the signature A-D-Just chunky curb chain with a circular ring of jade held within a clasp centre stage.
The collection was inspired by a VR trip to the unexplored depths of the great barrier reef, one of the most fragile ecosystems on earth, as well as a childhood memory of Bachz’s mother, who would always wear a jade pendant.
The contemporary jewellery brand was founded in 2018 by designer Stacey Huang and takes its name from the English word adjust.
The brand will also donate 2% of all proceeds of the collection to the environmental NGO, Coral Reef Alliance, to continue the important work of protecting and restoring the world’s coral reefs.