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 developed her signature style and craft at Middlesex University after completing a Batchelor’s degree in Jewellery & Accessories in 2014. During this time she worked as a designer for diamond and gemstone experts, Kothari Jewels in Jaipur, where she specialised in fine hand rendering of traditional Kundan Meena jewellery. Upon her return to London, she assisted leading British jewellery designer, Alice Cicolini before moving into the vibrant world of jewellery PR. Natalie Perry Jewellery launched in 2017 and the debut Floral Fragments collection was born.
Floral Fragments Collection
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. It is delicate yet bold evoking feelings of romance, mystery and wonder that are synonymous with India. Each piece represents strength, completeness and strong femininity, symbolised in the empowering mandala motif which is echoed throughout the collection. It is jewellery imbued with inspiration, designed to travel with you on your own journey and become a modern heirloom to cherish for generations to come.
Crafted in London from ethically sourced Fairtrade Gold, diamonds and precious gemstones, Natalie has challenged the ancient art of lost wax casting to create an exquisitely fine and intricate collection.