SANTANGELO is a brand born out of summer. It is the smell of wild hair, late nights and warm skin. When you lick your hand and it tastes like salt. It is about sweating and smiling and talking and remembering. It is about the 80s, the 90s, the rhythm and the beats.
Born of a childhood spent between California and Sydney, SANTANGELO’s designs evoke a mood of universal sensuality. They are talismans for freedom, hedonism and nostalgia, inspired by club culture, surf movies and the natural world.
Now based in New York, SANTANGELO’s pieces are each carefully handmade using pearls, shells, glass beads, precious metals and stones.
All pieces are handmade to order in New York, so please allow up to 21 working days for delivery. Please email for any urgent delivery requests.
All orders are custom packaged with special care to ensure the quality and safety of your purchase. Unless specified otherwise, all orders are shipped via United States Postal Service (USPS).
Please email INFO@SANTANGELO.STUDIOwith any inquiries prior to purchase. SANTANGELO.STUDIO is not responsible for any duties, taxes, or other fees that may be applied to international shipments.
RETURNS & EXCHANGES
All sales on SANTANGELO.STUDIO are final. If you have any questions about a piece before making a purchase, please do not hesitate to email. We will gladly address any questions or concerns you may have.
In the event you receive an item that you believe is damaged or defective, we require that you email INFO@SANTANGELO.STUDIO within 48 hours of receiving the item and include your name, proof of purchase, a description of the issue, and photos of the item. We reserve the right to deny any request for return, exchange, or repair.
If you purchased a SANTANGELO piece from another retailer, please consult that retailer’s applicable policies. We are not responsible for items purchased from other retailers.
SANTANGELO donates 1% of gross website sales annually to Billion Oyster Project, a non profit organization restoring oyster reefs in New York Harbor through public education initiatives. For more information on the work they are doing we encourage you to visit www.billionoysterproject.org/