Top jewelry designers in London to look out for

  • 19th Jun 2020
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Top jewelry designers in London to look out for

The right piece of jewelry can elevate your look and transform even the most ordinary outfit into a stunning one in an instant! Whether you love bold and colorful jewelry or prefer simple and elegant pieces, a trendy piece of jewelry can add that special touch to your outfit and make you the center of attraction wherever you go. British designers are known for their great taste in jewelry. So here are top jewelry designers from London.

 

 

Sara Gunn


 

Sara is a London based jewelry designer who has been designing jewelry inspired by the urban culture of London. Her designs exhibit very rawness and imperfection because her jewelry is made from organic processes such as acid etching which enables a high degree of variation. Her pieces are extremely bold and distinctive which also features jewelry made from leather and metal. Each design of her collection has very contrasting shapes but a very unique stand out feature which makes them very special.

 

 

Daniella Draper

 

 

Daniella started her career in jewelry designing at a very young age. It all started on the kitchen table at her home and today her designs are being worn by celebrities Kate Moss, Ed Sheeran, and many more. Her jewelry is usually made from sterling silver. She derives her inspiration from old school classic vintage designs and looks.

Draper's designs are usually also inspired by her hobby of traveling the world which makes her pieces relatable to many different cultures.

 

 

 

Rosie Sanders


 

ROSIE SANDERS is known for creating neo-classically inspired luxury jewelry mixed with a contemporary feminine edge. From scroll medallions to neoclassical knuckle dusters each piece is skillfully handcrafted from precious metals, enamel, and gemstones. Her jewelry line was launched on the 100th International Women's Day in March 2013. Her jewelry is designed to offer discerning dames a range of subversive statement pieces and tiny trinkets that are perfect for contemporary style adventurers.

 

 

 

Caroline Creba

 

 

Caroline was obsessed with jewelry from a very young age. Years later she pursued her childhood obsession and made a career in it. Caroline has studied jewelry design at the internationally renowned School of Jewellery in Birmingham.

She has inculcated her love for gems in her designs. While traveling to different places she found many beautiful ancient gemstones from different parts of the world and she decided to use them in her collection. Her designs are also inspired by the ocean, colors, and many different books. One of her collections "NADIRA AND PETTIA"  reflects her love for Shakespeare.

 

 

 

David Scott-Walker


 

 

David Scott- walker's eponymous brand has created quite a stir in the jewelry world. Walker's workshop is in Sheffield where he creates unique designs using stones like Jasper and agates. His designs usually feature different types of stones amalgamated with silver and hallmark which gives the design a touch of dignity and style. His designs are very simple yet unique in nature.

 

 

Emma-Kate Francis


 

Emma-Kate Francis is renowned for designing exceptionally beautiful, romantic jewelry, handcrafted in her design studio and jewelry gallery located in  Cardiff, Wales. Emma-Kate is known for making top quality pieces that have a lot of details and intricate designs.  Her designs are very timeless and elegant. She considers her jewelry as investment pieces that she feels her customers can treasure.

 

 

Charlotte Valkeniers

 

 

Charlotte Valkeniers launched her eponymous jewelry label in 2014, after having graduated from the MA Fashion Artefact program at LCF in London. Her jewelry is both masculine and feminine, opulent and minimal, methodical, and chaotic. The aim of brands has always been to create pieces that are clean yet luxurious in style and make a statement about the character and personality of the wearer. Her jewelry aims to complement and enhance without being overbearing.

Within her jewelry, we see a lot of inspiration from the world of architecture and more specifically Art Deco. Patterns and repetitions play a big role and are often taken from nature, science, and mathematics. They are interpreted and re-defined in a contemporary and unexpected way within her pieces. 

All items are designed in her London studio using a combination of hand and CAD drawing, 3D printing, as well as traditional hand finishing techniques. Pieces are mainly crafted in precious metals, often in combination with Swarovski or semi-precious gemstones. Charlotte's jewelry has been featured in Vogue Italia, Cosmopolitan, Elle, and Purple, amongst others.

 

 

 

Phoebe Coleman


 

Phoebe Coleman is an independent jewelry brand based in London. She was always interested in jewelry which she studied in California and London. Her brand usually focuses on feminine designs and is designed and handcrafted to perfection.  Phoebe launched her Contemporary Collections in 2010, which are made from sterling silver and 18ct gold vermeil plating. After several requests from customers, Phoebe launched her Fine Jewellery collection in 2015, featuring a beautiful selection of Wedding & Engagement rings, family heirlooms, and bespoke pieces. She is also known for customizing designs according to her customer's choice.

 

 

Maya Magal


 

Maya Magal crafts modern jewelry by hand. Her brands are known for birthstone charms and mixed-metal rings. All her pieces are designed by Maya itself and then handmade in small batches by skilled artisans. Maya has learned jewelry designing from  Hatton Garden, before opening up a workshop and creative studio where her contemporary designs come to life. Today she owns three shops across London where customers are invited to experiment and play with our designs. Her jewelry is great for layering and stacking to create your own beautiful design.

 

 

James Newman


 

Originally hailing from South Yorkshire, James studied at Birmingham's renowned School of Jewellery and established James Newman Jewellery in Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter following his graduation. He is known for his diamond jewelry, Molten textures and delicate clusters.  James's hand-forged bands are world famous and a classic collector's items.

 

 

'We are dedicated to being part of both the preservation and growth of the jewelry industry in Birmingham and are proud to have established one of the few UK based, independent designer jewelers, making our own unique designs in house, for clients across the globe' - James Newman


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