Our Designers

Some of our makers

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Alex spent his childhood in rural Suffolk.  His love of the countryside and nature has provided the inspiration for many of his jewellery designs from bees and beetles to squirrels and flowers.  The eccentricities of English life, often combined with humour, are depicted in other nostalgic designs.  Each piece is intricately crafted and finished by hand in his workshop in London. Alex designs his jewellery to be worn and loved!

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Every piece of Clogau jewellery contains rare Welsh gold. It is the same gold that is used to create the wedding rings for the Royal British Family. This has made Welsh gold some of the most sought after jewellery in the world. 

Clogau designs combine history and heritage with timeless elegance.

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Christina Oswin is a British designer of contemporary jewellery. She creates her jewellery using Fairtrade or recycled silver and gold, and fair-mined or ethically sourced gemstones. Christina designs and hand crafts all her jewellery from her workshop in Frome, Somerset.

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Claire Troughton has been designing and hand-crafting jewellery for over 20 years. She has won several awards for her work. Every item is handmade in the UK by a small skilled team using traditional gold-smithing techniques.

Her distinctive designs often combine gold and silver and are inspired by nature.

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Claudia Bradby designs beautiful contemporary pearl jewellery for the modern independent woman. Pearls are at the heart of her company - every pearl is natural and unique and all her pieces are designed to be worn together.

Her pearls have frequently been seen adorning celebrities and Royalty.

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Collette Waudby is an award winning jewellery designer. Her traditional workshop is based in Birmingham and she works with a small skilled team of three who design and handcraft the collections. They are very keen to use re-cycled and Fairtrade gold. Collette aims to help the wearer feel individual, elegant and sophisticated.

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John Garland-Taylor has designed and handcrafted jewellery for the past 30 years. Prior to this, he restored armour for the National Trust and Warwick Castle.

He now works with his two sons in Warwick. His origins are evident in his beautiful hammered finished collections.

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Kit Heath is an award-winning British family company consisting of a brother and sister. They are inspired by the countryside around North Devon where they live. Their jewellery is distinctive, classic and contemporary.

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Lucy Quartermaine is a British contemporary jewellery designer and silversmith based in Chester. Her work has won many awards including 'Jewellery Designer of the Year' in the UK Jewellery Awards in 2016.

Her jewellery is distinctive and eye-catching.


Manja translates to 'beauty' in the Madagascan language.  

It is the collaboration of three brothers who have a Madagascan family history of five generations of goldsmiths. Though based in East London, the brothers feel that Madagascar is the heart of the brand.  They design elegant contemporary silver jewellery with beautiful selected gemstones.

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Rachel Galley is an award winning British designer. Her distinctive latticework pieces are particularly associated with Rachel and have won many awards and accolades.

She likes to design beautiful timeless pieces of jewellery - all with a 'wow' factor!

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Ruth Tomlinson is an award winning jewellery designer based in London. She uses gemstones from recycled jewellery whenever possible. She enjoys bespoke work and can transform a less desired item of jewellery into a beautiful work of art. 

Ruth says: ‘Each piece of jewellery should be unique, like each of us, and this is how I like the jewellery to make people feel’.

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Sally Ratcliffe has been designing and making jewellery since 1987. She works with both gold and silver often embellished with gemstones. Her work is very distinctive and each handcrafted piece of jewellery is unique.

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All Sheila Fleet jewellery is designed and made in Orkney, Scotland. From a small workshop in 1993, has become Orkney's best known export.

Sheila Fleet jewellery is recognised for the distinctive design and excellent quality.

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Sophie Harley is an award winning British designer. Her unique range of handmade contemporary fine jewellery pieces has won Sophie Harley extensive awards. All her work is designed, created and manufactured in her London workshop using traditional techniques. 

Sophie is well known for designing the Algerian Love Knot necklace and earrings for the James Bond film Casino Royale.

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Tara Kirkpatrick is a contemporary jewellery designer based in Knutsford, Cheshire.  All her work is handmade in silver and she frequently uses silver wire to produce intricate designs. Where she adds gemstones, these can be ordered with a different stone if required.