RUUSK“Designing for life is my motto. It’s about striving to create simple pieces that withstand trends and time, those pieces that you wear everyday and which, in a way become a part of you. This is what inspires me.”

Tania Gnecchi Ruscone is a creator in graphic, ceramic and jewellery design. Born in Italy, she carried an appreciation of jewellery through her early years, with her love for both minimal and timeless design inspiring her to establish her own jewellery label RUUSK in 2015.

Having lived in Milan, Sydney, and Den Haag, Tania’s style is reflected through her work – refined in a pure, minimalist and elegant way.
Handmade using traditional ring carving methods by Tania and her Sydney based team, “Ruusk fuses modern simplicity and traditional artisan design”, with their focus on heirloom jewellery to be worn for a lifetime.

All pieces in Tania’s collections stem from ethical decisions, with Tania a strong advocate of choosing to work only with conflict free Australian mined precious metals, ensuring each piece of jewellery is made with “slow and ethical production” in mind. All RUUSK pieces are made with solid yellow, rose or white gold, and nothing is plated.

Tania brings a world of genuine knowledge and care to your eternal piece. She creates with a “designing for life” mantra, crafting ethical jewellery made to endure and live the everyday moments with you.



Hosted at The Babushka Ballerina’s dreamy bridal boutique in Sydney, Tania will be offering special one-on-one ring fittings and styling sessions, by appointment only on Sunday August 13th.
This service is available for both brides and grooms and allows them to engage in the process of creating their rings in a personalised setting.

The collection will also be available for couples to see and try on. Appointments are limited, to book simply email to secure your complimentary 30min jeweller session with Tania.

“Made with love, worn with soul.”

Sunday August 13th
Appointments from 10am – 5pm
Babushka Ballerina,
14 Moncur St, Woollahra
2025 Sydney

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