Patrick Mavros is a luxury silver jeweller from Africa. He designs one of the most beautiful pieces of Silver Jewellery and Accessories for Men and Women. Along with that he also designs homestead and Objects d' art - beautiful sculptures to be displayed at your home made out of silver.
His jewellery is a symbol of "Romance and Adventure from Africa". Patrick have been designing and sculpting from the last 27 years and not only he created some of the most extraordinary silver sculptures in Africa, he has created around them an environment just as extraordinary, in which he lives and works. The workshops, the family homestead, the wildlife sanctuary, the offices and reception, together with his wonderful sales studio, are all built so as to form a small village on his estate in the wild hills outside Harare in Zimbabwe.
He was born and raised in Zimbabwe where he developed his own sculpture technic and uses the lost art of wax casting. Patrick continues to keep a close personal involvement with sale of his creations and people who purchase them.
I totally agree with the above statement as I received a wonderful warm response from him once I posted the picture of my jewellery on Instagram.
He recently opened in new shop in The Village Market in Gigiri, Nairobi where I purchased his jewellery. They have branches in Harare, London and Mauritius as well.
His Jewellery even fits a Princess - as you can see the pictures below.
The Dutchess of Cambridge - Kate Middleton "Catherine" wife of Prince William Enjoys wearing his Jewellery too.
I recently purchased a pair of earrings from his "Zozo Collection" which was dedicated to an orphan elephant. There is wonderful story of zozo behind this new range which you will get to know about when you purchase one of the pieces :)
"I am sure you have fallen in love with his jewellery already, incase you are not travelling of Africa or London you can still purchase his jewellery online at patrickmavros.com and you can also subscribe to him for information and latest news about his upcoming collections."