- Alex Monroe
One of the UK’s leading jewellery designers Alex Monroe designs beautiful whimsical jewellery inspired by nature.
- Alexis Dove
Alexis Dove is an award winning UK jewellery designer who seeks inspiration for her handmade jewellery from the natural world, ancient cultures and vintage collectibles.
- Alice Menter
Alice Menter’s striking and statement jewellery is inspired by her time with the Yao Mien hill tribe in Northern Thailand, exploring the boundaries between jewellery, clothing and body adornment.
- Amanda Coleman
Amanda Coleman's hand-crafted jewellery has a whimsical quality. Fairytales, flora and fauna, dainty birds and blossoming flowers all feature in her intricate jewellery, lovingly handmade in her Lincolnshire studio.
Belgian designer and fourth-generation diamond dealer Audrey Savransky created the AS29 collection in response to womens love of sparkling jewellery, a cure for diamond lust that is as healing as medicine and tempting as candy.
Buba uses embroidered beads and Swarovski crystals to create decorative geometric shapes and floral designs. Inspired by the exotic colours and shapes of Goa and the fluorescent glamour of Ibiza’s Techno scene, these two international flavours perfectly complement each other to create a unique fashion experience.
- Clarice Price Thomas
Clarice Price Thomas
Growing up as the daughter of a watch and clock-maker, Clarice’s jewellery makes glamorous the unseen world of machinery, movements and mechanisms. Finished to the highest standard, using traditional clock-making machinery, her elegant and appealing pieces have a timeless beauty.
- Douglas Poon
Young jewellery designer Douglas Poon is fascinated by the romance of bygone times in which ladies wore sumptuous gowns, men were masters of empire, and both dined in decadent surroundings.
This love was ignited by finding a dusty antique crystal, wiping off the dust to let a few rays of light shine through. Douglas Poon’s debut collection mimics this light play, using beautiful hand-carved and polished Lucite jewellery.
- EA Burns
Sustainable fashion jewellery by EA Burns handmade in London.
- EC One
At our Clerkenwell workshop, the EC One design team makes its own collections for the shop and works on bespoke orders.
- Fiona Paxton
Fiona Paxton's fashion forward designs are hand embroidered using ancient beadwork techniques.
- Helena Rohner
Pureness of lines, simplicity of shapes and original ways to combine silver with surprising materials are inherent aspects of Helena Rohner’s jewellery.
- Helene Turbe
Helene Turbe brings her French charm to her work, creating elegant and feminine jewellery for the modern woman.
- Hiroshi Kurokawa
Japanese jewellery designer Hiroshi is based in East London where he creates bold designs in sterling silver; necklaces, earrings and bracelets with a tough, unisex twist.
- Jana Reinhardt
Classically trained Goldsmith’s husband and wife team Jana Reinhardt and Ross Cutting handcraft unique jewellery with a playful feel.
- Jessica de Lotz
Jessica de Lotz
Each unique piece of jewellery by Jessica De Lotz is handmade in her London studio using vintage wax seal stamps, giving her pieces an evocative heirloom quality.
- Joanna Cave
Drawing influence from her upbringing on a remote Aegean Island Joanna Cave’s jewellery has a beautiful rustic charm.
- John and Pearl
John and Pearl
Luxey and relaxed, John and Pearl's statement costume jewellery is lovingly designed in London and embodies a truly British attitude to dressing.
- Katie Jamieson
Winner of EC One's 2012 'Unsigned' Competition, Katie Jamieson uses 18ct Yellow and Rose Gold plated sterling silver to create a hand-carved collection of elegant jewellery with a simple everyday wearability.
- Katie Rowland
Award winning jewellery designer Katie Rowland designs edgy, elegant jewellery, made to make the wearer feel empowered and fabulous.
- Lily Kamper
Lily’s love of colour is shown throughout the collections with each piece of Perspex dyed by hand with each colour mixed individually.
- Melissa McArthur
Melissa McArthur’s design ethos is versatility, modernity and minimalism. Melissa scours the globe for rare and colourful semi-precious and precious stones and is famed for her unusual gemstone cuts and colour combinations.
Miranda Rashidian uses traditional Grecian jewellery techniques and draws upon her Mediterranean environment to make beautiful fine jewellery for the modern woman from her studio in Greece.
- Myia Bonner
As EC One's 'Unsigned 2010' competition winner jewellery designer Myia Bonner deconstructs the traditional diamond shapes into simple forms producing elegant silver and gold-plated jewellery all handmade from her London studio.
- Nada G
Exclusive to EC One Lebanese fine jewellery brand Nada G is the creation of designer Nada Ghazal.
Niessing have been manufacturing jewellery for over 140 years, with the iconic and award winning Tension Ring launched in 1979.
Pebble source the diverse materials for their striking jewellery from all over the world. Traditional tribal jewellery is a big influence for Pebble, as well as the love of natural materials, jewellery designs are kept as simple as possible in the belief that one cannot improve on nature.
Jewellery brand Pomegranate was founded by Katie Bulatovic who designs collections with an emphasis on organic, simple shapes referencing ancient and tribal form.
- Rosita Bonita
Drawing on her fascination of fantasy, past eras, Hollywood costumes and stage sets, icons of myth and legend designer Rosita Bonita designs striking and wearable jewellery to bring a touch of the exotic and the fun of dressing up to everyday life.
- Ruth Tomlinson
Jewellery designer Ruth Tomlinson specialises in creating one of a kind jewels, drawing upon historical jewellery with a desire to reveal the earth’s treasures.
- Shaun Leane
Renowned for his darkly romantic designs Shaun Leane’s work has been described by Sotheby’s London as “antiques of the future”.
- Stephen Webster
Stephen Webster, the London-based luxury jewellery brand internationally heralded for its exquisite and cutting edge designs continues to flourish under its founder and creative director, Stephen Webster. Taking inspiration from music, fashion, literature and art to produce contemporary, bold and glamorous collections, this unique approach to fine jewellery has been some 40 years in the making.
Sushilla's design ethos is simple; if the stone is beautiful in colour, shape and quality, then it should be set to allow the beauty of the stone to shine.
- Tina Lilienthal
Shoreditch based jewellery designer Tina Lilienthal creates quirky jewellery with a playful edge.
- Ungar & Ungar
Ungar & Ungar
The Hungarian wife and husband team descend from a family of jewellery makers who have been designing and making precious jewellery for five generations and are renowned for their beautiful and elegant diamond set eternity rings echoing the Art Deco and Art Nouveau movements.
Each piece of Workhorse jewelry is hand-made 'avec amour' and carries with it romantic erstwhile tales for you to build upon as you create your own unique story filled with love, intrigue, misadventure, triumph, and celebration.
- Zoe & Morgan
Zoe & Morgan
Iconic jewellery brand Zoe & Morgan is made up of the Sibbald children, Zoe, Morgan and Ruth. Their jewellery embodies their admiration for old world charm, adventure and style and is steeped in family history.
- Zoe Chicco
Delicate and modern, designer Zoë Chicco has found the perfect alchemy of style and femininity women are looking for today in their jewellery. All her jewellery is handmade in her LA Studio.