Ana De Costa

Based in London and Kent, The house of Ana de Costa specialises in handcrafted bespoke pieces of jewellery and objet d'art, working directly with private clients, offering impeccable service.

The house is a natural extension of Ana’s curiosity about spirituality, travel and culture and...Read more

Andrew Prince

Andrew Prince creates some of the finest crystal and costume jewellery in the world. Predominantly influenced by the beauty of the Belle Epoque, Art Nouveau, Art Deco and 1930s Hollywood, Prince creates pieces that are unique and captivating in design, from larger wedding tiaras to delicate,...Read more

Emily Kidson

Emily Kidson is known for her use of laminate and wood with sterling silver. Colour is central to her work and is the backdrop to a minimal, modern aesthetic with areas of intricate detail.

Her inspiration comes from anywhere and everywhere, whether a quickly-captured image or the careful...Read more

Chai Jichang

Chai Jichang is a contemporary Chinese jewellery maker and artist. In 2011, he received a masters degree at Birmingham City University School of Jewellery. In the same year, he became the only artist to teach jewellery making at the school. He has won the Goldsmiths Prize four times and his...Read more

Eva Eisler

Eva Eisler is an internationally recognized sculptor, furniture, product and jewellery designer, whose pieces are being collected by the likes of Norman Foster or Zaha Hadid. Rooted in constructivist theory, her structurally-based objects project a unique spirituality by nature of their...Read more

ZORYA

The ZORYA studio was established in 2011, preceded by a long-term collaboration between jeweller Zdeněk Vacek and designer Daniel Pošta. The studio quickly gained renown for its jewellery collections in which experimentation with form and meaning played a major role, fusing technological and...Read more

Nastassia Aleinikava

The work of Nastassia Aleinikava is spread out between luxury jewel of an extra-ordinary quality and unconventional shapes and styles of glasses. She takes inspiration from nature as wells as from Eastern European cultural heritage. What makes her works so important is also the usage of top...Read more

Markéta Kratochvílová

Winner of two Czech Grand Design Awards – Jewellery Designer of the Year 2016 and Talent of the Year 2014, Markéta Kratochvílová draws from a wide range of references, including the history of fashion, an anthropological interest in jewellery and manner of dress of indigenous groups in India,...Read more

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