Kodes are handmade hand painted geometric wooden accessories and baby friendly necklaces

Handmade in Tottenham, London, since 2015.

Next Workshop – 5th May 2018 Great Art, Shoreditch

Join the next FREE workshop at Great Art in Shoreditch on 5th May. There will be 3 sessions during the day:

10:00 – 13:00 – Paint your Geometric Necklace (basic) (3h)
13:30 – 15:30 – Paint your Geometric Earrings (2h)
16:00 – 19:00 – Paint your Geometric Necklace – Advanced techniques (marble, terrazzo, granite and ombre) (3h)



Urban Makers East Eco Market
Saturday 21st April 2018
The Ecology Pavilion
Mile End Park
Haverfield Road off Grove Road
London E3 5TW
11am – 4:30pm
Event website

Myddleton Road Market
Sunday 6st May 2018
Myddleton Road
London N22
11am – 4:00pm
Event website

Crouch End Festival
Saturday 9th June 2018
Crouch End
11 am – 6pm
Event website

E17 Garden Party Market
Saturday 14th July 2018
Lloyd Park
Forest Road, Walthamstow
E17 5JW
Event website

FREE Workshops – Paint your Geometric Necklace & Earrings
Saturday 5th May 2018
Sessions from 10am to 7pm
Great Art
49 Kingsland Rd
London E2 8AG
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E17 Designers Summer Market
Saturday 2nd June 2018
186 Hoe Street
E17 4QH
Event website

Local Makers Market
Saturday 23rd June 2018
Abney Hall . Stoke Newington
73A Stoke Newington Church St
Stoke Newington
London N16 0AS
11 am – 6pm
Event website



Gorgeous work from a very talented lady xx

by @mrsmortonvintage


Kodes are hand painted geometric wooden accessories and baby friendly silicone necklaces. They are hand made in Tottenham, North London.
Kodes are bold, colourful, chunky and yet lightweight, the perfect statement jewellery.

The silicone necklaces are for mums to wear while still looking stylish and perfect and safe for babies to chew on to relieve teething pains or to fidget with while nursing.

I started making jewellery to fulfil my need for something a bit quirkier for myself, based around the colour Yellow Mustard. I bought all the materials and when I started wearing the necklace I made for myself I started getting lots of compliments and my friends encouraged me to start making some to sell to the public.

After two years I had a baby and suddenly I found myself in need for a necklace he could play with and chew without breaking it or damaging it. So I started making the silicone necklaces which have proved the perfect accessory while on maternity, keeping Freddie busy when bored or soothed when teething ferociously.


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