Faces Collection

Multiple Faces Necklace

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Memorabilia Collection

Memorabilia Color Necklace

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Animal Collection

Animal Lion and Panther Bangle

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Jellyfish Collection

Jellyfish Earrings

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Mammoth Collection

Toad Ring

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Monkey Collection

Stackable Rings

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Mammoth Collection

Mammoth Octopus Ring

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Scarab Collection

Bunch Earrings with Head

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Galaxy Collection

Orb with Stars Necklace

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Featured collection

Monkey Collection

Bibi is intrigued by monkeys; one of the most amusing and intelligent animals on the planet. She started thinking about their favourite food as well: bananas! She found the shape of the fruit to be abstract yet with an interesting twist. These two thoughts combined led to the Monkey Collection. The collection is made out of sterling silver, 18ct. rose gold. The monkeys are pavé, set with small brown diamonds and the little detailing is in 18ct. gold.

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Bibi van der Velden

Born in New York into a creative family and growing up in England and the Netherlands, an exciting and globally oriented life defines this 21st century artist. This international background was a powerful foundation for her later creative expressions.

It did not take Bibi van der Velden long to choose a life passionately dedicated to fine arts. Through her mother, accomplished sculptor...
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