Renowned for their modern, minimalist designs that maintain a high fashion status, Inês Telles Jewelry, also known as Enji Studio Jewelry, make unique statement pieces to complement the wearer’s personal style and story.

Founder of ENJI Studio Jewelry and graduate of the Gemological Institute of America, Niki Grandics considers the value of meaning, emotion and story that each design should hold. Her bold designs are usually paired with a casual appearance to demand attention as a staple adornment.

All ENJI jewelry is 100% handmade using high-quality, nickel-free materials. Including sterling silver and gold, each piece is carved with specially selected stones which are ethically-sourced from Fairtrade or grown in the lab.

Let's take a look into the spectacular brand.

How did your brand begin?

“Inês (Enji) Telles Jewelry was born in 2009 after the portuguese designer, that lends her name to the brand, finished college. Her time studying Art History made her fall in love with accessories and jewellery from ancient times and this served as a starting point for learning the technical side of the craft.”

Sabah Ring - £436.00

Where do you get inspiration for your designs?

“The inspiration comes from a vast collection of nature’s elements and objects, that the designer collects from her journeys. Nature’s elements and objects can be found in every corner of the studio and are, together with the unique light of Lisbon, an extension of her creations as well as an inspiration.”

Taper Ring - £127.00

How do you want someone to feel when they wear your jewellery?

“Handcrafted through traditional jewellery processes, in her studio in Lisbon, Inês Telles jewels are created in carefully selected collections that give an exclusive sentiment for those who want to feel themselves and are only completely finished when worn.”

Eitan Earrings - £481.00

What music do you play in the studio whilst you’re working?

“An eclectic selection of world music inspires the designer whilst working, with a special focus on Brazilian and African sounds.”