Based out of Mexico City,
Osha is a line of handcrafted jewelry inspired by relics and venerated objects. Osha is a convergence of rituals, cultures, and stories as portrayed in the form of jewelry.
Osha Vintage is a line of repurposed vintage jewelry made in small runs and is only available for sale in select stores and events.
Osha Jewelry was created by Michelle Goni, a native of Mexico City, who, following her studies in college and owning a women's boutique in Asheville, North Carolina, decided to return to her roots, moving to Mexico to study jewelry smithing in 2011.
After finishing her courses in 2012, Michelle set her sights to developing a brand that reflected her unique multicultural upbringing. She sought to pay homage to the natural beauty of the Appalachian Mountains of rural North Carolina while appreciating the organized chaos of Mexico City and the indigenous cultures that impacted each so profoundly.
All of Osha's pieces are designed and produced by Michelle in her Mexico City workshop, one block away from the Zocalo where Mexico's story began.