Featured Brand: SB Brand

SB Brand Archangel Jewellery

SB Sheena Bulsara creates One of a Kind jewellery for the woman who wants something unique. Her label SB Brand has been running for five years now. Valuing the intrinsic beauty of antiques and vintage charms, semi precious stones and Swarovski crystals. Sheena creates unique compositions in her jewellery that sit somewhere on the continuum of art and design.
“I want my jewellery to be like sculptural jewels that opulently adorn the body in some cases blurring the line between clothing and jewellery” Read more

Featured Brand: Be-Bop-a-Lula

Be-Bop-a-Lula Stationary

Be-Bop-a-Lula was launched by Octavia O’Donovan; inspired by her love of stationery, design and sewing. She previously graduated with a degree in graphic design and went on to work for a number of design agencies in London.

With a growing collection of design-led greeting cards, homeware and accessories, every one of her items is carefully designed and handmade in London, using only the best quality vintage and UK-sourced materials. Read more

Featured Designer: Barbara Yarde

Barbara Yarde

Barbara creates pieces in silver and gold inspired by her travels through India, Egypt, Morocco as well as her exploration of museums and galleries throughout London. The recurring designs and styles of these places are incorporated into her jewellery to create a sense of timelessness- both classical and new at once.

She honed her skills while studying jewellery and silversmithing at Sir John Cass University in London. Each piece is handmade in her workshop in London, using mainly sterling silver, plated in 18ct gold, and a variety of techniques, such as wax carving, Keum- Boo (fine gold fusing) and reticulation. Read more

Featured Designer: Alexander Garnett

Alexander Garnett Ceramics

 

Alex Garnett is an independent designer who produces quirky fun ceramics with an emphasis on originality like all our designers. A self-taught ceramicist and experienced prop maker with a passion for visual art, he prides himself on products hand made in the UK. Perhaps his main forte is subverting mundane everyday items into unique, quirky collectibles.
Graduating from Goldsmiths in 2003, Alex co-founded the design studio MIXKO. In 2010 he established himself independently under WWW.ALEXGARNETT.COM where he continues to produce visually striking work ranging from interior design to fashion accessories and modern sculpture.

Past clients include Bloomberg, Dirk Bikkembergs, Fiorucci, IKEA, Paul Smith and Top Shop. His work has also featured on The One Show and Noel Fielding’s “Luxury Comedy” series. Read more

Featured Designer: Michiyo Arai

Michiyo Arai Jewellery

Michiyo’s brand has only been running for a year and retains that fresh spark to its ideas. Every piece is hand crafted utlising traditional techniques making each piece a unique treasure. Her pieces  make use of many luxurious materials; Glass beads, 925 Sterling Silver. Swarovski crystals, Gold as well as bare base metals such as copper, brass and bronze.

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Featured Designer: Tepla Jewellery

Tepla Jewellery

Sandra Tepla makes bespoke jewellery that is all about texture, line, contrast and colour. Her pieces are handmade from both silver and non-precious materials.
Each design takes on the botanic life that serves as her inspiration, which she documents and explores photography. Sandra’s stated aim is to: “…establish a new form of jewellery that is independent of association with wealth and social status.”

Her latest collection Entwined is reflecting her love for organic forms and use of patina. Primary nine pieces of wearable art are produced from copper wire coated
in silver and beach glass collected from all over Europe. Pendants are suspended from beautifully detailed cord necklaces featuring silver and brass findings.
Use of patina in this collection gives pieces an aged look. Each piece of Entwined jewellery is a statement piece to be reckoned with. Read more

Featured Designer: La Dame Au Beret

La Dame Au Béret White Roses Head piece

Myriam Lengliné is a London-based Parisian milliner, the gifted hands and creative mind behind “La dame au béret”.

Inspired by the timeless elegance and craftsmanship of bygone eras, traditional folk costumes, flora and fauna, “La dame au béret” specialises in bespoke millinery – enchanting opulent hats and headpieces, the perfect headwear for every discerning personality with a Bohemian, romantic spirit and a soul shrouded in mystery and drama. Myriam combines her French Parisian heritage with British individuality and eccentricity, mixing traditional and contemporary millinery techniques; primarily recycling antique and vintage materials.

All her pieces are handmade one-off models. Read more

Featured Brand: Fatiha Tasnim Designs

Fatiha Tasnim Designs

Fatiha Tasnim Designs Jewellery ranges focus on mixed media contemporary jewellery. The collections are inspired by the Indian heritage of vibrant colours and intricate patterns from Mughal History to Bollywood fashion and modern everyday styles. The pieces focus widely on vibrant colours and decorative patterns to express rich and playful charms to the surface. Metal, enamel and beads are used to create handmade jewellery. Read more

Featured Designer – Henriette Lofstrom

 Black Traingle collection

Her Danish heritage is apparent in this minimal yet strong aesthetic, & her design process reflects a great respect for the traditional values of the silversmith. With an emphasis on these skills and a high level of craftsmanship she designs and creates each prototype from her Hackney studio with the aid of patience, nice music and a strong set of eye glasses.

Production is kept in-house not only to ensure that the same exacting standards of quality and design are translated to each finished piece, but also due to the designer’s desire to produce sustainable and responsible fashion jewellery. Despite this emphasis on sustainability & traditional craftsmanship, Henriette Lofstrum jewellery has enjoyed great commercial success. Her statement and show pieces have been worn by the likes of Jessie J, Lady Gaga, Rita Ora, and Kylie Minogue amongst many others, & the brand has always sold in carefully selected stores. Read more

Featured Designer – Josephine Nirmala

 

Raintree beaded vintage necklace

Sanskara Designs was borne serendipitously when a new found hobby went rapidly out of hand.

Turquoise beaded necklace

Designer Josephine says, “My love for traditional silver jewellery has taken me on this journey where I now source vintage/antique silver pieces and string them with gemstones & beads, old & new to create what I think is sheer poetry. Each of my pieces are unique and I only ever make one of each design as I try to retain the uniqueness of each piece. My inspiration comes from my eastern roots and my travels across the globe. Read more

Featured Designer – Billie M Vigne

BMV pyramid ring copper catseye

The handworking of metal is of paramount importance to BMV Jewellery – everything is worked by Billie from aluminium, copper, brass, bronze and silver sheet, wire and tube, often recovered from scrap yards. Traditional metalsmithing techniques are used, and the material of construction is emphasised, its characteristics and supposed ‘flaws’ – the natural qualities of the metal – are celebrated.

These concerns; longevity, intrinsic value and explicit use of materials, form the nucleus of BMV Jewellery and inform all of Billie’s pieces. Load yourself with the Earth’s elements and make war on perfection! Read more

Featured Designer: Karina DeLirio

Karina DeLirio is an evolving collection of original and handcrafted jewellery. Each design juxtaposes single organic elements into harmonious designs, creating a moving piece of jewellery that has a subtle sound with every person move. The designs are bold and unique but at the same time comfortable to wear.

Karina Delirio necklace

Karina Delirio used precious metals and stones to create a signature style where she translates her interest for  harmonious interaction between the person wearing it and the jewellery.  she always look for ways to allow the person to express himself or herself thought the work she makes. One of the unique features of her work is the movement created by the small and repetitive elements combine with an organic design. Read more