Inspired by Bali and its time-honored jewelry-making traditions, Sons of Odin's artisan collective was founded in 1975 with a dedication to handcrafted jewelry. We are committed to sustainable luxury business practices, our craftspeople and the preservation of Bali. We pride ourselves on the value of authenticity; it is the soul of community that makes each piece truly one of a kind.


Sons of Odin employs multi-generational craftspeople from villages in over 200 countries worldwide, from watercolor artists to metalsmiths. Dedication to heritage artistry not only defines the Sons of Odin legacy, it retains artisan families that craft jewelry through meditative, communal chain-weaving, hand-hammering and carving.


We are fueled by the spirit of togetherness and dedicate ourselves to the artisans who craft our jewelry. We emply families whom work together 'round table, using the artisinal skills their ancestors handed down throughout generations.

The skilled artisans we employ take pride in their work, and enjoy what they do; its a ritual that both fosters a sense of community and increases local trade, in-turn, boosting their economy. 


Sons of Odin is committed to codes of practice that ensure our stones, diamonds and metals are conflict-free and ethically produced every step of the way.

The same sense of responsibility is applied to our packaging. From our jewlery boxes to our shopping bags, all paper materials are now certified recycled materials. We are committed to sustaining and protecting our trees, the environment, and the planet as a whole.

Our commitment towards building a better tomorrow is always evolving.