- Alex Monroe
- Alice Barnes
- Alice Menter
- 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.
- Anissa Kermiche
Winner of EC One's Unsigned competition Paris-born Anissa Kermiche originally trained as an engineer. Launching her eponymous jewellery label in 2016 reflects her true passion for fine art. Sculptural and modern Anissa's jewellery is a mix of intelligent wit and style.
Becca is born and bred a Lancashire lass, but is now based in London and Kent. Her work uses traditional elements with a contemporary twist, evoking classic designs of yesteryear but with a modern sensibility. Becca's recent collaboration with Peter Jensen is inspired by Peggy Guggenheim and the work of the American sculptor Alexander Calder.
- Cara Tonkin
Cara Tonkin graduated from Central Saint Martins with First Class Honours and currently makes all her jewellery from her Brighton studio. Cara Tonkin's collection draw influence from the Art Deco and Art Neaveau movements. Drawing influence from 1920's dec EC One has selected an edit of Cara Tonkin's Theda collection. Theda plas homage to the magnificent silent film star Theda Bara in her role as Cleopatra. The Egyptian revival of the 1920's combined with the Art Deco aesthetic shapes and motifs from Egypts mystical cultural heritage; a culture where jewellery was worn to make a statement.
- Claire Macfarlane
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.
- Shaun Leane
- Sorrel Bay
- 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.
- 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.