Welcome to the home of KAGI jewellery. Founded and based in New Zealand, we create stunning and versatile designer jewellery for every occasion that women across the world love.
Kagi is regarded as Australasia's top versatile jewellery brand, offering unique and interchangeable pendants, necklaces, bracelets and earrings as a means of helping consumers make expressive personal statements and capture special memories.
We believe every woman is beautiful, and your jewellery choices are just as unique as you.
Kagi is about letting your personal style shine, and we offer a mix of classic and on-trend designs to reflect your every mood, moment and occasion.
Kagi’s mission is to produce bold, bright and contemporary designs that consumers know and love, for a price point that is reflective of the premium quality yet affordable and suitable for everyday wear, and to further develop the Mix & Match concept the brand is well known for.
Today, KAGI enables over 40,000 loyal customers to celebrate their uniqueness everyday.
88 stockists across Australasia
26,000 (and growing) active members on our Facebook community
1,100 Instagram fans
14,000 e-newsletter readers
Deloitte's Fast 50 Company (2011, 2012, 2013)
Fastest Growing Exporter (2012)
Finalist & Highly Commended in Entrepreneur of the Year (2012)
Highly Commended in International Pearl Design Awards (2012)
We have made sure every Kagi piece has been expertly designed and is made to withstand every-day use.
We test each piece from concept until final product & we are proud to have some of the most coveted designer ranges in the industry. All we ask is that you put your jewellery on after applying your lotions & perfume. This way you will enjoy your precious pieces for years to come.
Here at Kagi, we do our best to protect the environment. This means that 100% of the packaging we use is eco-friendly.
All packaging materials consumed by our business are re-used or recycled. We even send out your order in a compostable courier packet - just put it into your organic recycling or compost and it will decompose in your home compost bin.