- Bianca Mavrick
Bianca Mavrick jewellery is know for its bold motif forms. Her clever colour palettes and signature industrial finishes create beautiful statement pieces.
- Cara Tonkin
Crystalline; the joint enterprise of Elena Kosenkova, former Tatler fashion Director and Kira Pokhiton who was publisher of Vogue Magazine in Russia. Inspired by both nature and the avant-garde artistic movements of the early 20th century these earrings feature the company’s signature combination of natural, bright materials with geometric shapes.
- 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.
- Harriet Morris
Harriet is a British designer-maker based between San Miguel de Allende, a town in the central highlands of Mexico and the UK. City mess and chaos hold the patterns that inspire her jewellery. These can be found anywhere from the layered, disordered building in Mexico City to the specific movement of a crowd at rush hour. The result is explosions of playful and bold jewellery in solid silver with gold accents.
- Helene Turbe
- Hiroshi Kurokawa
- Megan Collins
Megan Collins is a contemporary jewellery designer originally from South Africa, now based in London. She has a background in Fashion Design and a Degree in Fine Art from the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University of Port Elizabeth and a Diploma in Jewellery Design from the Vannetta Seecharran School of Jewellery in London. Working mainly in Sterling Silver Megan draws inspiration from natural forms that often reflect her South African heritage. Her jewellery is designed with elegance and simplicity in mind.
- 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.
- Michelle Tuck
The simple design, the unmistakable easy-to-read face, distinctive hands and the famous red seconds hand have made Mondaine timepieces uniquely recognized the world over. Ingenuity and simplicity are the combined elements that distinguish and define a truly iconic design classic.
- Natalie Perry
Natalie Perry creates ethical and sustainable everyday luxury jewellery inspired by the stories she has collected on her travels. Each piece is made using Fairtrade Gold, recycled silver and ethically-sourced gemstones and conveys themes of unconventional beauty, imperfection and disintegration, with a delicate and fragmented aesthetic. Natalie’s ‘Floral Fragments’ takes inspiration from the fading palaces that Natalie discovered on her solo travels through Rajasthan. Just like the Indian palaces, each piece is disintegrated, imperfect and hints at a forgotten grandeur.
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.
We love Pyrrha for their ethics and that every piece is handmade in their Vancouver workshop using recycled silver and gold. Danielle and Wade's team cast using wax seals and imagery from the Victorian era; with symbols to inspire the wearer. We hope you will love our Pyrrha as much as we do!
- Rosie Kent
The Rosie Kent brand is inspired by old world elegance. Handcrafting patterns and textures from the world around us into timeless luxury jewellery. We create lavish textures in precious metals that compliment the female form, attention to detail is crucial in design and execution.
- Rue Belle
Since 1992 Sema Sezen has designed simple, elegant contemporary jewellery. She is inspired by the many shapes, formations and repeating motifs found in nature. Her signature is to play with varying finishes: satin, polished, scratched and glittered.
- 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.
- Wouters & Hendrix
Wouters & Hendrix