Tweek-Eek

Tweek-Eek

Fashion | March 23, 2024 |

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Tweek-Eek
We are Tweek-Eek, an innovative jewellery label founded in 2019 by enthusiastic twin sisters Roos and Geertje Eek. Committed to sustainability, we exclusively manufacture our pieces in the Netherlands. We use massive machines that were not originally meant to produce jewelry but are intended for furniture or high-tech industries. By repurposing these machines, we create unique shapes and patterns while also minimizing waste or ingeniously reusing it. This, in combination with our designs, makes our pieces innovative, rough, and yet elegant.

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Reused materials
For our collections, we upcycle as much as we can. About 90% of our jewelry is made from residual metals from a furniture factory, such as brass, stainless steel and copper. We also reuse leftover fabric and other materials during the metalworking process, which contributes to Tweek-Eek’s unique aesthetic. We always see it as a challenge to work with residual materials and transform them into unique and innovative designs.

Exclusively made in the Netherlands
All of our collections are locally produced. We work with factories that normally do not manufacture jewellery, but are often active in the high-tech or furniture industry. Making our jewelry in this unique way makes it possible for us to produce exclusively in the Netherlands where we can closely monitor the process. This is very important for the sustainable end result of our jewellery.

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Rough yet elegant
Our designs are produced in a variety of ways and each collection has its own story. From the materials we work with to the machines we use to create our pieces. We produce with large machines which gives the jewelry a rough look. Yet we also want to exude elegance and we achieve this through our way of designing. The combination of these two factors creates the appealing character of Tweek-Eek jewelry pieces.

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Massive machines
We value every step of the production process and want to keep a close eye on it, this has been a core value from the beginning. This forced us to look for ways to produce close to home. We started collaborating with factories that operate in the furniture and high-tech industries. During our production process, we use huge machines, for example, we use a pressing machine and a punching machine, both enormously powerful and normally never used for jewellery production. We design in such a way that our jewelry can be made with these machines and this inspires us to create innovative and unique pieces.

more. www.tweek-eek.com

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