About Us

ANDRESGALLARDO is an artisanal and subjective approach to fashion jewelry.

Hand-crafted porcelain figures featured in jewelry pieces and leather goods that balance the raw and the refined, the playful and the sophisticated.

Sometimes our porcelain pieces are taken from objects found at antique shops or flea markets, which we break and polish to obtain a desired figure. We then use it as a base for a cast to be reproduced in small series of repetitions. We also design and produce our own porcelain pieces.

Our selected run productions and unique pieces series are handcrafted in collaboration with Spanish and Portuguese artisans, recovering traditional production methods to combine fine materials with contemporary aesthetics through an artisanal process based on high quality standards.

All porcelain flowers are hand-painted and sculpted one petal at a time.

They are made in collaboration with experienced workshops, located in Valencia, Spain; where this technique has been performed for decades. As this decorative style has become unpopular the women sculptors and workshops are diminishing in quantity. We take pride in rescuing such a delicate and meticulous artisanal process.


Our handbags and leather goods are manufactured in Ubrique, Spain, famous for its ancient tradition of leather goods. They are made with the finest Spanish leathers, handpainted edges and suede or cotton lining.

The leather is die-cut to the shape of the porcelain figures.

The cutting-edges of all leather patterns are hand painted, this process is called lacquering (Lujado); as it is one of the most complex processes of manufacturing leather, it constitutes a sign of high quality craftsmanship and quality.


The metalwork and grasping of the porcelain pieces is hand-made entirely in our Madrid workshop by a team who believes in working with agility and care.

All metalwork is made in brass or stearling silver and gold plated. It complies with the International Lead-containing Jewelry laws.

The metallic shapes are design with the aim of protecting and complementing the durability of the porcelain pieces.