Beautiful unique handbags, wallets & jewellery for women

Inspired by my child with special needs and a dream to help young adults with intellectual disabilities

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#winning!! Great purchase of my Boho Bag! Made the trip across the ditch to NZ! I love my bag you won’t be disappointed at all! Kia Ora.

Melanie Larnie Joyce

Oscar & Sadie

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OSCAR & SADIE is an online handbag and jewellery store inspired by my children selling unique, beautiful pieces for women. All our handbags and wallets are Oscar & Sadie original designs. Our sterling silver earrings are designed and manufactured in Bali. We pride ourselves on selling beautifully tailored soft leather handbags and wallets that are; unique, of good quality and reasonably priced. We support two small businesses overseas who manufacture our designs. Our grand mission is to fund community housing initiatives for young adults with intellectual disabilities. Lucy Jessup (Owner)

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Hi Ho Hi Ho It’s Off to Camp We Go!

May 3rd, 2017|2 Comments

Oscar is going away this weekend for his first EVER camp and weekend away from home. I am nervous and super excited for him. I am also away this weekend for a girl’s weekend. It

Stan the Man

February 13th, 2017|2 Comments

Recently I have witnessed two very magical moments between Oscar and one particularly special and unique boy in his class, Stan. I wanted to write about these moments because I am so blown away by

Life is Complicated BUT I want him to live it…

November 16th, 2016|2 Comments

I just watched the Australian Story episode about two young adults with Down's syndrome, Michael Cox and Taylor Anderton and their desire to get married and start a family. It viewed on TV just a

“Due to Oscar, I have many friends with children with special needs and every single one of them including myself and my husband, Richard worry about what the future holds for our children. We don’t want our children living with us forever. We want to see them independent and strong before we die. Community housing with around the clock carer support is possible and can change individuals and families lives significantly and for the better.” Lucy Jessup, Director