Top 5 London Handmade Jewellery Brands

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Finding super cool jewellery that won’t cost you the earth used to be a bit of a challenge but nowadays, there are tons of demi-fine and contemporary brands filling the gap between a Topshop choker and Chanel pearls. Danish designer Maria Black, who is stocked on Net-a-Porter and in Liberty, Selfridges, and Harvey Nichols, creates two lines; her eponymous collection of 14 carat gold pieces and a fashion line in gold plated silver. Her pieces feature art-inspired shapes inset with real crystals and freshwater pearls and are priced between PS50 – PS250. URL

London-based goldsmith, Ella Bull combines her background in metalsmithing and her passion for design and gemology to create her intricate, geometric jewellery designs. She is inspired by architectural elements, everyday objects and bold colourful cultural patterns. She often makes her own tools and moulds in order to create her work, which ranges from geometric rings to statement necklaces.

The Artistry of London Handmade Jewellery: Discovering Local Gems

Founded by twin sisters, Natasha and Sheena, East London-based demi-fine brand Stellar 79 specialises in really excellent earrings, which you can mix and match to your heart’s content. The sisters’ heritage (their mum is half Trinidadian and Mauritian Indian) informs the gypsy-inspired, bohemian, layered look of their jewellery which is all made in 18 carat gold vermeil at their studio in East London.

A true craftswoman, Carole Mourier makes delicate and minimal one-off pieces inspired by fashion, nature and alternative aspects of life. She uses a variety of natural gemstones and materials, including raw amethyst and carnelian, to create her modernist jewellery which has been exhibited in galleries across the world.

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