Here at Wildthings Collectables, we create jewellery that is inspired by the beauty of Bali, the style of Amsterdam and the relaxed nature of Lisbon. We use our genuine adoration for travel and the exploration of different cultures as a motivation to create unique pieces of jewellery that bring out your bold side. We do however, wholly acknowledge that as a jewellery brand, and therefore, by default, a fashion brand, we must act responsibly in our production and operations, and with that, communicate transparently with our customers.

Wildthings Collectables is a brand striving for optimal social and environmental consciousness. This means we clearly and concisely express our current efforts and milestones, whilst sharing our future goals with transparency. As a jewellery brand we are centred around the consumption of new products, and with the creation of new pieces we acknowledge that it isn’t possible to be 100% sustainable. However, we act with intent and have heavy involvement in the production of our pieces, from design to delivery, to reduce and eliminate impact on our planet wherever possible. With this, we prioritise purpose, longevity and quality over profit and over-consumption. Our goal is to become as environmentally and ecologically responsible as possible, as a small business centred around slow fashion.


Vision for the future

Our main objectives for the future include going completely carbon neutral, and improving our packaging to more sustainable materials so you can continue to wear and love your favourite jewellery brand!


We organised our first Green Week in an effort to no longer encourage the over-consumption centered around Black Friday sales. We donated 20% of the proceeds of Green Week to The Ocean Cleanup.


As part of our social impact, we created our face mask project to support Balinese families during Covid


We started using completely FSC certified materials for our packaging


Our delivery distributor became completely carbon neutral for everywhere in the Netherlands


Wildthings Collectables was founded, with each silver piece made from 100% sterling silver, and each gold- plated piece made of 60% recycled brass


We wanted to give you an insight into where your favourite Wild pieces come from and the journey that brings them from Bali to your doorstep. Below is a map of where our materials are sourced and made into our stacking rings, chunky chains, statement hoops and more…


In Denpasar, our sterling silver, gold plated and solid gold pieces of jewellery are created in an ethically-run workshop.


Our loved PANSY ceramics are handmade in Amsterdam by Alina, a joyful creative with her own ceramic studio, whilst our Secret Salt x Wildthings Collectables t-shirts are also designed and sustainably produced in very small quantities in the Netherlands. Our distribution centre is also located in the Netherlands, which holds our stock, ready to be delivered to you.


The beautiful hats that we sell in our collaboration with Old Habits Die Hard x Wildthings Collectables are all slowly produced in Portugal in limited quantities.


For our piece that includes a pearl design, we source these unique fresh-water pearls from a producer in Thailand.


There are a total of 7 items on our website that are not made in Bali but produced in a gold-plating factory in China, due to the chunky nature of the design pattern. Our large giftbox is also produced and sent from China to our distribution centre.


Whilst we’re proud of how we operate as a sustainably-driven company, we believe we can only continue to grow consciously as a brand if we strive to better our environmental output. So, here’s how we’re paving our path for our most sustainable future.




  • The distribution centre that we partner with, located in the Netherlands, sends all of their national packages carbon neutrally, and with over 60% of our orders sent to Dutch addresses, this means we are already on the way to committing complete carbon neutrality for our distribution of jewellery.

  • We are currently measuring our operation, service and facility carbon outputs to create an accurate roadmap on how to implement carbon neutrality with realistic yet ambitious goals

  • Our biggest commitment as a small company that uses air freight as well as undertakes international orders is to become completely carbon neutral by the start of 2025. 

  • As the standard of clear and immediate climate change, accounting for our carbon output and countering it is at the forefront of our sustainability plan.

  • Using Change Climate, we will be actioning carbon neutrality to achieve the globally recognised Climate neutral certification and continue to uphold this standard as we grow our brand, slowly & consciously.




  • we currently use 100% fsc certified materials to package our orders, and have eliminated the use of single-use plastics when our jewellery is sent to our customers.

  • along with carbon neutrality, we’ll be committing our efforts to reconstructing our packaging, both in terms of how we receive our products from bali to amsterdam but also how we send our beautiful jewellery to you. this goal includes the use of completely recycled materials.




  • we have always found it important as a fashion brand to bring awareness and direct financial aid to charities which contribute to the cultivation of our beautiful planet, as well as social causes that deeply resonate with us as a company. from the ocean-clean up to doctors without borders, each year we commit a percentage of our revenue to charity donations

  • with our passion, inspiration and production in the heart of bali, we think it is extremely important to ground ourselves in the organisations that directly contribute to the environmental, ecological and social development of the island. that is why we are currently in the process of establishing contributions to two charitable organisations.

  • the first directly contributes to the clean up of bali’s plastic pollution problem in rivers and water-sources, and the second organisation aids female education in eastern bali, where poverty is rife and educational resources are sparse.