Azadi Adornments

Our Philosophy

Azadi Adornments is a jewellery label founded and directed by Nahal Azadi

Inspired by Nahal’s Iranian heritage, Azadi, meaning ‘freedom’, strives to bridge the gate between body and expression. Her pieces are infused with references to sacred scripts and traditional body adornments of the Middle East, always paying homage to her ancient bloodlines. Beneath the rich expression of heritage in Nahal’s designs, Azadi is an ode to her experience of being the only child of political refugees, and the first of her family line to traverse the western world from birth.

Azadi, freedom, was a constant theme of salvation throughout Nahal’s life and she would revere it in many forms- freedom to express, freedom to create, freedom of identity. A drive for freedom is what led her family to Australia, and it is from this place that she would begin to create.

All pieces are designed with the intention to open the portal to self-expression, deepening one's understanding of their blueprint of individuation.

Exquisitely handcrafted by a small team of metalsmiths in Bali, Azadi Adornments offers body adornments for those who do not wish to conform to a minimal style, taking reference from ancient tribal jewellery and reworking it in a way that exudes elegance.

Thank you for supporting this small independant label,

با عشق,



Sustainability is the focus for Azadi Adornments, in a world where fast fashion and unethical practices dominate. Having cultivated a deep relationship with the same small collective of Balinese artisans since the label’s birth, they hold a significant place of value within the team and they are treated and paid in accordance with Australian Fair Trade standards. Every piece has been expertly handcrafted with love, ensuring an ethical practice every step of the way. Due to Azadi’s value for sustainability, everything is produced in limited runs, or on a pre-order basis, to ensure there is absolutely no wastage. Thank you for your patience when ordering a pre-order item.

All organic matter used in Azadi’s pieces is sourced sustainably - the bone and horns are a by-product of the meat industry, ensuring no new demand for these materials, and the boxes your pieces are posted in are made from recycled materials. Azadi has also teamed up with a community based organisation in Greece and donates part proceeds to help this NGO to better the living conditions of Middle Eastern refugee women and girls.

Azadi strives to make your dollar reach as far as possible, with the intention to facilitate a more conscious and enriching shopping experience.

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