Day two at the #JewelStreetPopUp shop was yet another wonderful evening, full of fun, bubbles and sparkling jewellery! Some of yesterday’s lovely customers even came back again today to see what they new four designers had on display.
Last night Corinne Hamak, Katie Mullally, Gill Pottle and Miglio were sharing their beautiful designs at BoxPark, Shoreditch. The crowd were loving the jewellery, getting to know the designers and, of course, the JewelStreet flower wall.
Day one saw the lucky Connor win the Centi Bangles by MitziRocks! And on day two Jazz Morse on the Circle Hallmarking Charm & Silver Chain by Katie Mullally!
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Did you miss out on meeting one of the designers? Or couldn't make it down and want to see what it’s all about? Head on over to our social media to catch our live videos and pretty pictures of the shop!
Everyone is loving the #flowerwall, have you got your flower wall selfie yet?!
Today we have the wonderful Augustine Jewels, the dazzling Alison Fern Jewellery and new designers Auree Jewellery and Arialis!
Want to get to know the designers a little bit better?
How wonderful does this sound?
When designer Amelia Bainbridge formed Auree Jewellery, she wanted to make sure she built a company with a beating heart. This beating heart is a brilliant network of workshops and craftspeople all working towards one goal - creating distinctive luxury fashion accessories for women to cherish.
What a story!
Alexandra bought Augustine Jewels, part of the prestigious Silver Group from 1860-1963, in 1995, with a dream that one day she would revive the design house to its former glory. In 2013, Alexandra’s dream came true; today Augustine Jewels creates exquisite jewellery in gold and silver embellished with vibrant gemstones, and were shortlisted for The National Association of Jewellers Designer of the Year 2015!
What does the spectacular Alison Fern have to say about her jewellery?
“My design sensibilities swing between delicate and feminine, and then a desire for something a bit tougher and with an edge. I take inspiration from shape and form, my background, and a love of art.”
What’s behind the name?
The name ‘Arialis’ is a fusion of ‘Aurora’ and ‘Borealis’ - the Northern Lights. Designer Gunter Rahim thought of the name in 1999 and his brand has retained it ever since. Gunter designs and crafts contemporary jewellery with a minimalistic aesthetic from his studio in South East London.