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OXÚM IS A GODESS KNOWS AS THE LADY OF GOLD AND THE LADY OF THE MOON.

we create handcrafted jewellery inspired by ancient mysticism and craftsmanship from all over the world.  

explore the story and the collections or contact us for custom creations.

 

 


About the company

 

OXUM works with natural materials, precious metals and colourful gemstones. 

We offer selections both from local suppliers, imported pieces from Asia & America and original handmade designs. 

By combining carefully chosen natural gemstones with inspirations and techniques from ancient civilisations, the company inspires & encourage the bearer to embrace their individuality and feel empowered, unique and strong.



About the store


Sankt Peders Stræde 33 has for over 25 years evolved as a jewellery and fine arts store, which has passed through many hands of the same family. In 2019, Misha opened the doors to OXUM.

In 1994,  Misha’s father Thomas Keller co-founded CREOL and later in 2006 SHAMANIC Fine Arts & Jewellery. All through her childhood,  Misha and her brother Elias accompanied him on travels around the world in search of beauty and adventure, from the mysterious East to the exotic jungles of South America. 

On these trips, Misha’s distinctive style was born from inspiration for cultures, history and art,
which later brought her to found OXUM Fine Arts & Jewellery. 

Behind the brand


OXUM is founded by Misha Elizabeth Keller who grew up travelling the world in search of beauty and inspiration with her family ny her side.

‘Passionate about the mystical and ancient, I identify with dramatic colours, antique textures and powerful natural elements. I’m driven by my cultural curiosity and fascination for diversity.’

From her adventures her specific style emerged, which has brought her to create Oxum 

· an exotic and exclusive jewellery and fine arts collective with a sense of rebellion ·

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Opening Hours

Contact Us

+ 45 28142871

oxumjewellery @ gmail.com

Sankt Peders Stræde 33, 1453 Copenhagen