New Designers On JewelStreet
Handpicked from around the globe, meet the exciting new jewelry designers to join JewelStreet.
Louise Barnfather’s jewellery collections reflect her love of natural textures and fluid forms. Louise crafts all of her pieces and bespoke commissions personally using a variety of techniques including Waxwork, Computer Aided Design, and Lost Wax Casting. Each fine fashion accessory is hallmarked at the Birmingham Assay Office.
Alrún Nordic Jewelry was founded by Reykjavik-based runesmith Jón Bjarni Baldursson. Inspired by the traditions of his Norse ancestors, he created his line of twelve silver bindrunes to celebrate Nordic cultural heritage and transform it for modern audiences. Bindrunes form the basis of Jón Bjarni's work - these runes are created by binding individual runic letters together, intensifying the meaning of a personal message and invoking a symbolic power.
When designer Amelia Bainbridge first 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. She said: “Our jewellery can party when you want to party. It’s understated when you want to be, or it can give you power when the boardroom beckons.”
Vincent Chaisy’s unique jewellery line - Black Rock Jewel - is designed and crafted in the heart of Copehagen. Vincent draws inspiration from the eroded, carved stones and wood found on his local coastline. He combines their striking aesthetics with elements of the urban landscape to create distinctive pieces made exclusively for men.
Geraldine Murphy draws the inspiration for her designs from her love of animals. Having worked in animation, Geraldine strives to capture motion in her pieces and make them appear alive - a cat catching a goldfish, a fox chasing a crow, or an owl flying across the moon. She concentrates on strong lines, and distinct and easily recognisable poses that all animal lovers will know.
A third-generation family business, Kings Hill Jewellery has been valued by its customers for over 60 years. Their move to St. Albans, Hertfordshire has enabled them to create their own Designer Jewellery Boutique and expand their workshop. The Kings Hill team draw inspiration from their surroundings in St. Albans including the Cathedral and other historic buildings.
Working from his private studio, master Jeweller Gregory Crawford has created some of the finest designs on the jewellery market today. Each piece is hand-made, one at a time, by Gregory himself - the most important guiding principles behind his work are grace, pleasing symmetry, and beauty. His vibrant and colourful collections have captured attention worldwide.
Michele Benjamin uses many different methods to create her jewellery including lost-wax casting, metalwork, and computer-aided design. With a background in Art History, Michele has a keen appreciation for strong aesthetics - her ethical, sustainable pieces have a distinctive style that will immediately catch the eye.
Jewellery designer and maker Roberta Pederzoli is influenced by the intertwining of Italian culture and Scottish environments. Her pieces are inspired by organic shapes, as well as fairy-tale elegance and enchantment. With her designs, Roberta hopes to bring out the special essence within, and make her customers feel unique and loved.
Infinity & Co strive to provide stylish, elegant jewellery suitable for any occasion at an affordable price. These must-have pieces will perfectly compliment your individual style - choose from beautiful pendants, rings, bracelets, and earrings featuring the finest simulated diamonds and synthetic stones.
A family brand founded over 40 years ago, Amore Argento have put quality, luxury, and affordability at the heart of their designs. Amore have a distinctive modern style that combines both sterling silver with real, precious coloured gemstones. The brand’s jewellery is rhodium coated to enhance and protect, while also giving a luxurious look and feel.
Casey Fuchs creates his jewellery using a combination of simple tools and cutting-edge techniques - Casey’s rings are crafted traditionally, while his necklaces are made with the aid of 3D printing technology. All of the pieces sold under his eponymous brand are made using precious materials sourced and produced in Germany.
Alison Fern’s jewellery encompasses sophistication, elegance, quality, and individuality. She said: “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.”