Jade, founder of Dainty London, began creating handmade silver jewellery from her kitchen table in 2011. Since then, she has attended a number of accredited jewellery courses. Each piece of Dainty London jewellery has a timeless, childlike narrative. The idea is that the wearer develops a deep emotional connection with each piece, something of an unwritten love story, just for the owner.
Alex is an ex graffiti artist turned jewellery designer based in Essex with the support and backing of the Princes Trust. Nominated for the UK Jewellery Awards in 2016 & 2018. Alex's jewellery is inspired by children’s drawings from all corners of the globe. These drawings are the sole inspiration for his designs, and a portion of the profits go back to their schools.
Behô is the result of my purpose journey - and it is a small business with huge goals to make our world a better place to live by replacing toxic materials for natural, organic and recycled stuff in high-quality products. We support craftsmanship and artisans in Latin America and every piece has a kind of 'Latin soul'. Everything is created with care and made to last.
Debut collection of Kay Konecna, ‘The Venn’ is a part of a greater narrative about fictional worlds, parallel universes and the bridge between reality and dreams. Named after Venn diagrams, the collection draws inspiration from the crossover between man-made, mechanical and natural worlds.
An offer of minimalistic pieces that meld with the body whilst exuding a sense of strength and modernity. Timelessness and comfort aim to create longevity for the wearer, with the understanding that jewellery holds memories, marking a personal point in time that can be carried with the wearer forever.
Corinne Hamak has been inspired by her cosmopolitan upbringing and travel to different parts of the world. Her work is born from carving in wax and sculpting in clay creating strong shapes with an uneven organic look. These shapes are then innovatively combined with more traditional stone setting styles in the desire to create something original.
Our jewellery is made with a special palm seed from the Amazon Jungle used 200 years ago. The seed is known as vegetable ivory because its colour, hardness and density are very similar to animal ivory. It is used for re-foresting the Amazons and is considered the only natural and eco-friendly substitute for it.
'Be Your Sparkly Best' with Hep Audrey. As featured on British Vogue and Class Brides, we sell beautiful and elegant red carpet ready everyday wear jewellery. All our products are made from Sterling Silver featuring only handpicked natural gemstones. We pride ourselves in our light, fresh and unique designs lovingly handcrafted by our artisans in Jaipur, India.
Ellis Mhairi Cameron
Ellis Mhairi Cameron is a fine jeweller, whose work is inspired by her Scottish heritage. Created by hand in her London studio, Ellis uses traditional techniques and hand skills to give her pieces their signature rugged aesthetic.
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.
K:ss creations' unique pieces are handmade using materials such as concrete, wood and copper. Only up to 10 pieces are made of each design ensuring an exclusive retail experience and a continuous creative process.
The natural world is the main source of inspiration for British born and based designer and maker Emma Aitchison. Emma’s jewellery is made with a careful consideration of production methods, packaging and sourcing of materials.
Daria is driven by a desire to breathe life into unwanted materials, so she meticulously sources the most interesting leather off-cuts that could have ended up in landfill, to then handcraft into unique statement pieces for the global woman with a restless girl beneath.
KASHKA jewellery work to ensure traceable raw material is transformed in to exceptional modern designs.
Love & Salvage
Love & Salvage create beautiful bags out of waste leather which is heading for landfill, turning offcuts and old clothes into desirable accessories.
Tiana Jewel is a bohemian inspired jewellery brand designing power healing crystal pieces, based in London, UK.
Melissa Curry BYOS
Melissa Curry is internationally celebrated for her original and innovative jewellery designs, first launched by Liberty of London.
Snazzy is the London-based statement accessories brand for the free-spirited seekers of things hand-stitched with love. All products are handmade by Artisans in an ethical partnership.
Praba 750 is a driving force for change, by engaging positive initiatives and contributing to social and environmental progress.
Liz Stovell founder of Untold Jewellery is a London born and bred jeweller. As Liz's love and knowledge of design and making has expanded so has her passion for nature and the communities who supply her materials.
Azura Designs blends traditional fabrics with modern styles to give their customers a new wearing experience.
Elizabeth-Yemi's work dreamily reinterprets and recontextualises her newly discovered rich Nigerian culture.
Elsa Tierney is a UK based jeweller specializing in wax carving. A practice used for both jewellery making and sculpture and based on an ancient process called Lost Wax Casting.
Irish designer Riona Treacy set up her London based womenswear label in 2012. Textiles are at the heart of the brand, where simplistic aesthetics paired with traditional hand dye processes, make her pieces modern and feminine.
Using the finest naturally hypoallergenic silk as the canvas, hand painted strokes of natural dyes are digitised onto silk, producing wearable art which is at once expressive, empowering and – most importantly - unique.
HOLLiBERRiES is fully committed to sustainable fashion, each bag is handmade and no two bags are the same with their own idiosyncrasies. There is also scope for customers to discuss ideas to create bespoke pieces, for any occasion. All bags are made with love in Dulwich, London.