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Commission – Bespoke Donation Boxes for Hengistbury Head

Call for Expressions of Interest: Bespoke Donation Boxes for Hengistbury Head Commission The Bournemouth Parks Foundation are exploring ideas for a bespoke installation for the courtyard at Hengistbury Head Visitor Centre which reacts to a contactless donation from visitors. We want to commission an artist / designer / programmer / engineer (‘the artist’) to come up with and realise a fun, intriguing, unique way of encouraging people to donate money to this great environmental and historical site. We want to amaze and delight the visitor so that they too will want to donate and be rewarded with ‘the prize/experience’ that

Q Branch Bespoke Casting Opens Its Doors

A new casting facility ‘Q Branch Bespoke Casting’ have launched, opening their doors to jewellery trade customers across the UK. Srvices will be available to workshops, designers, makers, retailers and manufacturers alike. Q Branch Bespoke Casting will offer high quality precious metal casting for models and waxes in all commercial precious metal alloys with a special emphasis on platinum and palladium casting. Equipped with the highest quality machinery Q Branch will aim to deliver a friendly and reliable service at competitive prices.  Other services offered by Q Branch will include 3D Printing on one of their three Solidscape prototyping machines or in

Welcoming A Bespoke Beauty: Vaessen | Walker

March has arrived in all its glory and as Spring begins to sprinkle her beauty upon the world, new jewellery brand Vassen | Walker have planted their roots in the jewellery world; blossoming with their  debut jewellery collection ALLORA. Louise Vaessen-Walker is the creative and founding director behind the contemporary jewellery and tableware brand where h er innovative collections have received much recognition both nationally and abroad. Louise has been commended in receiving a number of awards in both design and craftsmanship, most notably the London Assay Office Special Gold Award, and the 3D Innovative Technology Design Gold Award from

Harriet Kelsall Bespoke Jewellery opens in Primrose Hill, London

Harriet Kelsall Bespoke Jewellery, one of the UK’s leading bespoke jewellery companies, has opened a new studio and shop on Regent’s Park Road, Primrose Hill. The location offers a unique lifestyle destination that will provide customers with the opportunity to discover bespoke jewellery within a cutting edge retail space and working design studio.  Recognised as an industry leading company, Harriet Kelsall Bespoke Jewellery has won over twenty UK and international awards for design, business, ethics and innovation and in 2016 was named Bridal Jewellery Retailer of the Year at the UK Jewellery Awards. Just moments away from the green open

Goldsmiths (Experienced and Junior), Harriet Kelsall Bespoke Jewellery - London

The role Goldsmiths (Experienced and Junior) Harriet Kelsall Bespoke Jewellery North Hertfordshire Harriet Kelsall Bespoke Jewellery is the UK’s leading bespoke jeweller, trailblazing the ground-breaking “jewellery design studio on the high street” concept. Founded in 1998, it has won over 30 UK and International awards for design, business, ethics and innovation and continues to lead the way in the industry. Headquartered in an award-winning refurbished Tudor barn in North Hertfordshire, it combines a design studio, workshop and showroom. There are three more studios and shops in central Cambridge, Primrose Hill (London) and St Albans where the team of 40 is

BCU Design students showcase bespoke ensembles at opera event

Students from Birmingham City University (BCU)’s Institute of Jewellery, Fashion and Textiles showcased their costume and jewellery design skills at a special Voice of Black Opera (VOBO) event last week, creating bespoke ensembles worn by the project’s finalists. The VOBO project aims to promote the Commonwealth’s finest Black and South Asian singers as they launch international operatic careers, the finals took place at a Gala ceremony at Birmingham Town Hall. Competing were five finalists, each wearing bespoke concert outfits and coordinating jewellery pieces researched and designed by BCU Jewellery, Fashion and Textiles students, in collaboration with the Black British Classical

Harriet Kelsall Bespoke Jewellery wins national ‘Inspiring Independents’ Award

Independent jewellers across the country took to London’s Riverbank to honour and support the hardworking independent jewellery sector, where Harriet Kelsall Bespoke Jewellery took home one of only five category awards at Retail Jeweller Magazine’s 5 th  annual Inspiring Independents Awards. Harriet Kelsall Bespoke Jewellery’s London studio, found in fashionable Primrose Hill, was celebrated by a team of esteemed judges for its use of ‘visual merchandising and store design’ by Retail Jeweller Magazine and their peers. This new category looked at fresh and original store design and use of visuals to convey the brand’s ethos. Since Harriet Kelsall’s Primrose Hill

Bespoke Battersea-based jewellers launch 10th Anniversary Collection

British bespoke jeweller, W&W Jewellery is marking a decade in business with a new, one-of-a-kind collection inspired by this special milestone. Founded in 2008 by third-generation jewellers, Richard and Simon Warrender, W&W Jewellery is renowned for creating bespoke jewellery for clients who crave originality and distinctiveness. Combining their expertise with a penchant for the extraordinary, the brothers have created a business that offers a fusion of design and craftsmanship with a passion for truly personal jewellery, creating exquisite pieces for clients to enjoy for generations.  Specialists in converting a client’s vision, taste and style into a remarkable piece of jewellery, behind

Weston Beamor further invest in 3D print and bespoke teams

Weston Beamor have announced a new starter and two internal promotions to further strengthen their 3D Print and Bespoke Teams as customer demand for personalisation grows.   Just a few months on from Ed Hole’s promotion to Business Manager, WB have more good news for customers as the team responds to the increased consumer desire for bespoke jewellery. Sarah Parry, who graduated from Birmingham City University’s School of Jewellery following the completion of a BA Design for Industry degree, joined the company at the beginning of July and will work alongside Daniella Webb in the 3D Printing team.  Existing team members

Fei Liu’s Bespoke Brooch Sells At Auction For A Five-Figure Sum

Jewellery Quarter-based designer Fei Liu has sold his bespoke ‘Poppies in Love’ at auction. In 2021, Fei Liu Fine Jewellery revitalised its fine jewellery line with one-of-a-kind pieces in gold and platinum; selling across the UK, US and Asian markets. Since its rejuvenation, the designer brand has seen sales double from the prior year and a higher intake of bespoke commissions from private collectors. More recently, award-winning jewellery designer Fei Liu sold a one-of-a-kind brooch at auction for a five-figure sum (US dollars). Entitled ‘Poppies in Love’, the brooch reimagines the poppy flower in an abstract wearable form. The brooch

Stephen Einhorn makes bespoke jewellery for Disney & Tim Burton’s Dumbo film

British fine jewellery designer, Stephen Einhorn makes bespoke jewellery designs for Disney and Tim Burton’s Dumbo film. The beautifully handcrafted pieces are a key pendant necklace worn by Nico Parker’s character Milly Farrier and a face fob and handmade chain worn by Danny DeVito’s character Max Medici. To celebrate the release of Dumbo, Stephen Einhorn have made a short film about the making-of the designs, as well as the stories behind some of the pieces they have created for other Hollywood blockbusters, including Snow White & The Huntsman, Dark Shadows, Maleficent and Cinderella. Show-stopping jewellery worn by Johnny Depp, Charlize [youtube

Stephen Einhorn Makes Bespoke Jewellery for Maleficent: Mistress of Evil Worn by Elle Fanning’s Character Princess Aurora

British jewellery designer, Stephen Einhorn makes bespoke jewellery designs for Disney’s Maleficent: Mistress of Evil film . The beautifully handcrafted pieces include an engagement ring worn by Elle Fanning’s character Princess Aurora and vine wedding rings made for characters Princess Aurora and and Prince Phillip, played by Harris Dickinson. Stephen says: “For Aurora’s engagement ring the brief from the film’s property master was that the design should look like an antique engagement ring and reference the 16th century ‘quatrefoil' method of stone setting. The stone we wanted for the ring needed to be a pyramid shape. We had several types

Calling All Aspiring Jewellers - to launch their dream business

Calling All Aspiring Jewellers An opportunity to launch their dream business. Jewellery Shop Opportunity: Established Bespoke Jewellery Boutique for Sale Due to retirement, our successful bespoke jewellery business in Essex is seeking a new owner this year. This charming boutique boasts a loyal clientele and a well-established reputation for quality bespoke craftsmanship.   Key benefits: Profitable Bespoke Business: Specialising in beautiful, handcrafted pieces. Great Location: Shop located on main high street, with lovely frontage. Low Overheads. Seamless Transition: Current owner offers support to ensure a successful handover. For serious enquiries, please contact Glenn - 07904 689 888

Harriet Kelsall wins Cambridge's ‘Independent Retailer of the Year' Gong

Harriet Kelsall Bespoke Jewellery has won the ‘Independent Retailer of the Year’ gong at the Cambridge News Business Excellence Awards 2017. Leading businesses from across the city recently gathered for a gala dinner in the Great Hall, Kings College where Justin Webb of BBC Radio Four announced the winners.  Harriet Kelsall Bespoke Jewellery opened the doors of its Green Street Studio and Shop in May 2005, and since then it has grown from strength to strength, winning a multitude of national awards. The business was praised by a panel of judges for pioneering bespoke jewellery on the UK high street.

Rachel Entwistle on Dazed and Confused Anniversary Cover

FKA twigs wore a bespoke septum jewellery chain by me for the cover of the Dazed and Confused 25th anniversary edition. Inside the pages twigs looked sublime wearing a bespoke body chain created for her for the Radiant Me tour. In collaboration with twigs, a range of bespoke jewellery designs were curated for twigs and her dancers including body chains, necklaces, spiral collars and septum chains. FKA twigs wore the body chain in every show in the tour from Moscow to the USA. Inspired by tribal jewellery - The spiral symbol is found in many ancient cultures and represents the

Experienced Goldsmith - Maternity Cover, Jeremy France Jewellers - Winchester, Hampshire

The Role Experienced Goldsmith - Full Time  Maternity Cover (Anticipated approx 12 -18 months) Jeremy France Jewellers Winchester, Hampshire Jeremy France Jewellers has been established in Winchester for over 30 years and is now in the capable hands of the second generation, Harriet and Christopher. Chris is our goldsmith and workshop manager and Harriet our managing director. We pride ourselves on our quality of service, repairs and manufacturing and many clients visit specifically because of our on-site workshop. Bespoke designs and remodelling client’s jewellery is a large part of our business and brings customers from many miles away. We have

Myne London partners with LA jeweller Octavia Elizabeth to provide ethical and traceable emeralds

London based emerald supplier and bespoke fine jeweller, Myne London, has announced a partnership with LA-based business, Octavia Elizabeth, to supply the brand with ethical, sustainable and traceable emeralds. Myne London offers a traceable route to market for emeralds from Swat Valley, Pakistan, whilst providing opportunities for women local to the region within the gemstone trade. The business focuses on promoting women’s empowerment through access to education, training and skilled employment supported by the region’s high-quality emerald melee, as 2 well as the creation of Swat Valley emerald bespoke jewellery and collaborations with international jewellery brands and designers. Myne London

Jewellery Retail & Administration Assistant, KATA Jewellery - Royal Tunbridge Wells

The role Jewellery Retail & Administration Assistant KATA Jewellery Royal Tunbridge Wells  KATA Jewellery is a family-run jewellery company specializing in bespoke fine jewellery. We carry out all jewellery services from bespoke design & heirloom remodelling to repairs & sizings. We are looking for a new member to join our team as a Jewellery Retail & Administration Assistant in our Royal Tunbridge Wells retail shop & on site workshop. About the Job Our in-store experience and client journey is very important to our brand ethos. The role requires the successful candidate to be confident with communications skills, speaking with our

GOLDDUST 2022

GoldDust is a highly focused, personalised online masterclass - comprising of 6 live sessions over 6 weeks - led by jewellery expert Kate Baxter, and special guest speakers. Aimed at independent jewellery designers and jewellery entrepreneurs looking to grow a coveted and desirable collection that stands out in a highly saturated market, topics range from developing and owning your signature style, how to connect with your dream bespoke customer and grow a thriving engagement ring and bespoke collection, to how to take the ultimate shot for instagram. Each week Kate will lead you through an essential topic with a range

Call for Applications: Graduate Support Programme, Craft Central

Call for Applications: Graduate Support Programme, Craft Central Calling all recent graduates with creative degrees that live in Tower Hamlets and surrounding boroughs. The programme includes free use of studio space at Craft Central for up to a year as well as bespoke mentoring and the opportunity to create your own exhibition. We are inviting all recent graduates with creative degrees that live in Tower Hamlets and surrounding boroughs to apply to our Graduate Support Programme. The programme includes free use of studio space at Craft Central for up to a year as well as bespoke mentoring and the opportunity

Q&A: Max Danger

Max Danger is a Danish born Jewellery Designer and craftsman, a self confessed gold obsessive, who has a reputation for innovative and striking pieces of bespoke jewellery. He answers the Benchpeg Q&A. What’s your name, and what do you for a living? MD: Max Danger, I'm a bespoke jeweller and part time Jewellery Technician at the London College of Fashion. How did you come to work in the jewellery industry? MD: I went on a half year jewellery course at technical college in Copenhagen. During my time there I realized that this was what I wanted to do.  Afterwards I applied

W&W Jewellery celebrates 10th anniversary with studio refurbishment

Bespoke jewellery firm, W&W Jewellery has unveiled its new look Battersea boutique following a refurbishment last month. To celebrate its 10 th  anniversary, W&W has undergone a brand refresh that has seen it transform its Webbs Road studio and a new website launching in October. Harnessing their family’s 70 years of experience in the jewellery industry, brothers Richard and Simon Warrender founded W&W in 2007 to create a unique business model that specialises in bespoke jewellery, and is tailored to the needs of the modern luxury consumer. The new W&W studio has been carefully designed to create a luxurious yet

Weston Beamor increases presence on Social Media

Over the past ten months, Weston Beamor, the Birmingham casting house, 3D printing and bespoke manufacturing company, has made a concerted effort to extend its reach across various forms of digital media. The results have been extremely encouraging, as evidenced by the significant increase in their followers on numerous social media platforms. Since June 2016 Victoria Maher, a Customer Service Administrator at Weston Beamor, has been managing the company’s social media channels in addition to her day-to-day role. Maher has sought to kick-start the company’s online presence by distributing posts covering a diverse array of topics, including bespoke jewellery, castings,

Forward Ladies Women in Business Awards 2016: Harriet Kelsall wins ‘Retail Businesswoman’ award

British jewellery designer Harriet Kelsall has won the ‘Retail Businesswoman’ award at the London regional finals of the Forward Ladies Women in Business Awards 2016. The regional heat took place on Friday at a celebration lunch at an exclusive London hotel, before an audience of senior and influential business leaders. Harriet Kelsall is one of the most respected bespoke jewellery designers and business trailblazers working in the UK jewellery industry today. She founded her business – Harriet Kelsall Bespoke Jewellery - in 1998 and it is now recognised in the UK and across the world as a market leader in

Harriet Kelsall Awarded HSBC 'Retail Businesswoman of the Year'

This week jewellery designer Harriet Kelsall was awarded HSBC 'Retail Businesswoman of the Year' at the Forward Ladies Women in Business Awards 2016. Trailblazing and pioneering women from enterprise and business gathered at the Royal Armouries Museum in Leeds for the grand final to celebrate each other’s achievements in what is one of the country’s biggest ever searches for successful women in business. Harriet founded her business – Harriet Kelsall Bespoke Jewellery - in 1998 and it is now recognised in the UK and across the world as a market leader in bespoke jewellery design, with over 20 national and

Innovative Training For Small Scale Jewellery Manufacturing

The Bespoke Jewellery Training Company has announced its latest training course innovation for jewellery designer makers  and jewellery graduates . Dawn Meaden Johnson’s company had created a  link from the handmade to small-scale manufacturing by providing a live mentored project made up of series of mini  bespoke consultancy sessions provided by  collaboration  with jewellery industry specialists based in Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter. Dawn said of the new approach to specialist jewellery professional development, “Taking the leap into small scale manufacturing can be a daunting prospect  for jewellery Designer Makers  however this  new course  offers mentored guidance throughout the whole process from design to

Multiple Public Art Commission Opportunities

Multiple Public Art Commission Opportunities Public Art Commission for Picket Piece, Andover Test Valley Borough Council wish to commission an artist to work alongside the community to determine and create a bespoke artwork for the new development of Picket Piece in Andover. The artwork will represent the results of community workshops lead by the artist and be sited in a place on the development where everyone can enjoy. The full details of the commission and schedule can be found in the artist brief document and a link to this can be found to the right of this page. Commission fee: 

Lidl Public Art Commission

Lidl Public Art Commission Test Valley Borough Council (TVBC) wish to commission a public artwork for the roundabout outside the new Lidl Distribution Centre in Nursling, Southampton. As a key entrance site to the Adanac Business Park and thriving economic area the artwork should act as a landmark piece. It should be innovative whilst making reference to the heritage of the southern tip of the Test Valley and Southampton. Aims & Objectives To produce an artwork of high quality design that is a suitable size and scale for the chosen site To produce an artwork that is innovative and bespoke

Disa Allsopp Launches New Website

Renowned jeweller Disa Allsopp has announced the launch of her brand new website, which features an online shop making it easier than ever to purchase from her bespoke work. Initially the designer maker has made a collection of the signature ‘Spaghetti Rings’ available for online purchase with plan to expand on the selection over time. The new site also lists of our stockists enabling customers to source the designer’s work worldwide. www.disaallsopp.com  Author:  Published: 

Jewellery Designer, Laings - Southampton

The role Jewellery Designer Laings Edinburgh World of Laings Laings, currently in the hands of the sixth generation of the Laing family, is a luxury destination for jewellery and watches. With over 180 years of heritage, Laings has grown to be known as a leading luxury family jeweller, with seven showrooms across the United Kingdon including Southampton, Glasgow, Edinburgh, and Cardiff. Today, Laings offers an expertly curated selection of fine jewellery and watches from some of the world’s most prestigious brands, as well as bespoke design and services by the team’s master goldsmiths and jewellery designers. Through the passion we

Diamond Mounter, Hirsh London - Mayfair, London

The role Diamond Mounter - Full Time Hirsh London Mayfair, London Hirsh London is a British luxury house that specialises in one-of-a-kind handmade fine jewellery, featuring rare diamonds and gemstones. Established in 1980, our quintessentially British brand is run today by couple Sophia and Jason-Paul Hirsh, the second generation who are leading the way forward with their passion for rare gems and British craftsmanship. A rare opportunity has arisen for a candidate to join our in-house Workshop Team with a strong focus on traditional handmaking techniques. Responsibilities Mounting for bespoke pieces and new stock Repair work and jobbing, including remodelling

Master Jeweller, Toye Kenning & Spencer - Birmingham

The role Master Jeweller Toye Kenning & Spencer Birmingham Toye, Kenning & Spencer, a company with a storied history spanning over three centuries, is renowned for its exceptional craftsmanship in creating regalia, jewellery, and bespoke items. We blend time-honoured skills with contemporary innovation to craft pieces that are not merely symbols of honour and achievement but true works of art. Our team of skilled artisans is dedicated to producing items of the utmost quality, and we are now seeking an experienced Master Jeweller to join our esteemed team in Birmingham. Position Overview We are seeking a seasoned Master Jeweller  who

Production Coordinator, Toye Kenning & Spencer - Birmingham

The role Production Coordinator Toye Kenning & Spencer Birmingham Toye, Kenning & Spencer is a distinguished company with a rich heritage, known for its craftsmanship in creating regalia, jewellery, and bespoke items. With a history spanning over three centuries, we pride ourselves on combining traditional skills with modern innovation to produce items of the highest quality. As a team member at Toye, Kenning & Spencer, you'll be part of a legacy that values excellence, dedication, and creativity, contributing to products that are cherished around the world. Join us and be a part of a company where your work is not

Sarabande Studio and Scholarships 2021

Sarabande Studio and Scholarships 2021 Sarabande Studio applications are now open! Calling artists, designers and craftsmen of all disciplines!  If you are looking for a canal-side studio in a beautiful grade-2 listed building with an unmatched community of creatives and some of the best mentoring in the city, Sarabande studios is the place for you. The studios are the heart of the foundation, where artists share a communal space and exchange ideas.  Residents have access to bespoke business mentoring, pro-bono support from expert accountants and lawyers, networking opportunities and discounted tickets to our wide range of educational and inspirational events. 

Test Valley Borough Council Artist Commission

Test Valley Borough Council Artist Commission Test Valley Borough Council (TVBC) wish to commission two bespoke and inspiring public art works to commemorate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee in 2022. The artworks will celebrate the theme of seventy years of service to the people of the United Kingdom, the Realms and the Commonwealth and the Queen’s connections to the Test Valley. The artworks will be located in central and public locations in the towns of Andover and Romsey. Bidders may bid for one or both artworks.  Deadline is the 19 December 2022 For more details:  uk.eu-supply.com

CAD Designer, Stuzanne - Hatton Garden, London

The role CAD Designer Stuzanne Hatton Garden, London Stuzanne is Hiring! Stuzanne is a high end bespoke jewellery manufacturing company, and has been based in Central London for the past 40 years. We are currently seeking an expereinced CAD Designer in order to create an maintain digital files for prototypes, models and casting. Should have experince in CAD, using Matrix and Rhino and be well versed in production manufacturing. Most of the work is completed under tight deadlines, so being able to work under pressure is a must. Salary is competitive and based on skill. To apply please send us your

Diamond Setter, Stuzanne - Hatton Garden, London

The role Diamond Setter Stuzanne Hatton Garden, London Stuzanne is Hiring! Stuzanne is a high end bespoke jewellery manufacturing company, and has been based in Central London for the past 40 years. We are currently seeking a fully trained Diamond Setter, trained in all areas of diamond and gemstone setting. Wanted, but not necessary, is the ability to set large stones without using a microscope. Full tools needed for the Job are already on site. We also provide equipment required to complete setting work. Most of the work is completed under tight deadlines, so being able to work under pressure is

Part Time Goldsmith, Diana Porter Jewellery - Bristol

The Role Part Time Goldsmith Diana Porter Contemporary Jewellery Bristol Fantastic Opportunity for Part Time Goldsmith 1 Year Contract – Maternity Cover Award winning contemporary jewellers Diana Porter Jewellery have been creating beautiful, handcrafted pieces in their Bristol workshop for over twenty years. They are now looking for a talented individual to join their workshop team. The responsibilities of this new role will depend on the skills and experience of the applicant. Fundamentally we need a highly skilled jeweller who will assist with making bespoke and collection pieces. They will also need to support the Workshop Manager in the day

De Beers Diamond Pipeline Course 2024

De Beers Diamond Pipeline Course 2024 De Beers have returned to Hatton Garden in their new building on Charterhouse Street alongside parent company Anglo American plc. As part of their return and commitment to the industry, they are running a diamond pipeline course for businesses in the Hatton Garden area. This prestigious and bespoke new course will be run over 5 days, several times a year over the next few years. Course content will explore all stages of the diamond pipeline starting with geology and diamond growth, through the rough and polished diamond processes, finishing with retail marketing. Those who

Mounter / Goldsmith, 77 Diamonds - Hanover Square, Mayfair, London

The role Mounter / Goldsmith 77 Diamonds Hanover Square, Mayfair, London 77 Diamonds is a dynamic company and the leading European diamond ecommerce retailer specialising in diamond jewellery. We are looking for a full time Mounter / Goldsmith to join our workshop team. Job role To prep and mount platinum and gold jewellery. Laser size and refurbish any returned rings.. Assist with the manufacturing of bespoke jewellery to a high level of craftsmanship. Polish and finish platinum and gold jewellery. Work to tight deadlines in accordance with production lead times. Assist with workshop and tool maintenance. To be aware and analyse

Head of Workshop Operations, Queensmith - Hatton Garden, London

The role Head of Workshop Operations  Queensmith Hatton Garden, London Culture & Values At Queensmith, we transcend the traditional jewellery-buying experience. Our mission is to revolutionise the world of engagement and wedding jewellery, crafting unforgettable moments for our customers. Our culture revolves around "Be Brilliant," reflecting our relentless pursuit of excellence and innovation; "Be Clear," representing transparent communication, ethical practices, and a meaningful impact; and "Be Unique," celebrating individuality, creativity, and inclusivity. Just as we aim to democratise diamond jewellery through bespoke services and craftsmanship, we provide our teams with a similarly customised and exceptional work environment. The essence of

Senior Goldsmith, Queensmith - Hatton Garden, London

The role Senior Goldsmith  Queensmith Hatton Garden, London Culture & Values At Queensmith, we transcend the traditional jewellery-buying experience. Our mission is to revolutionise the world of engagement and wedding jewellery, crafting unforgettable moments for our customers. Our culture revolves around "Be Brilliant," reflecting our relentless pursuit of excellence and innovation; "Be Clear," representing transparent communication, ethical practices, and a meaningful impact; and "Be Unique," celebrating individuality, creativity, and inclusivity. Just as we aim to democratise diamond jewellery through bespoke services and craftsmanship, we provide our teams with a similarly customised and exceptional work environment. The essence of Queensmith lies

Junior Setter, Queensmith - Hatton Garden, London

The role Junior Setter  Queensmith Hatton Garden, London Culture & Values At Queensmith, we transcend the traditional jewellery-buying experience. Our mission is to revolutionise the world of engagement and wedding jewellery, crafting unforgettable moments for our customers. Our culture revolves around "Be Brilliant," reflecting our relentless pursuit of excellence and innovation; "Be Clear," representing transparent communication, ethical practices, and a meaningful impact; and "Be Unique," celebrating individuality, creativity, and inclusivity. Just as we aim to democratise diamond jewellery through bespoke services and craftsmanship, we provide our teams with a similarly customised and exceptional work environment. The essence of Queensmith lies

Sales Advisor, Queensmith - Hatton Garden, London

The role Sales Advisor Queensmith Hatton Garden, London Culture & Values At Queensmith, we transcend the traditional jewellery-buying experience. Our mission is to revolutionise the world of engagement and wedding jewellery, crafting unforgettable moments for our customers. Our culture revolves around "Be Brilliant," reflecting our relentless pursuit of excellence and innovation; "Be Clear," representing transparent communication, ethical practices, and a meaningful impact; and "Be Unique," celebrating individuality, creativity, and inclusivity. Just as we aim to democratise diamond jewellery through bespoke services and craftsmanship, we provide our teams with a similarly customised and exceptional work environment. The essence of Queensmith lies

Funded studio space at Cockpit

Funded studio space at Cockpit   Cockpit is home to over 160 of the UK’s most exciting makers. As a result of incredible support from their partners, Cockpit have three awards now open to new makers looking to grow their business and profile.   Every maker gets  bespoke business training , a chance to  showcase work at our biannual open studios  – where you’ll be seen by buyers, curators, collectors and press – and a place in a  thriving, globally respected community .  Cockpit are looking for sky-high creativity and craft skills, and a can-do entrepreneurial spirit. Apply now for: Cockpit

4 Person Jewellery Bench For Sale

4 Person Jewellery Bench For Sale Asking £500 but price is negotiable Well used and loved bench, but I am refurbishing and can't keep it. The bench disassembles.  Solid top, welded metal frames for legs, middle divider post with shelf. This is very useful but can be removed and used without it too. This is a bespoke bench, with great character. 2.3m long x 1.3m wide. Top of bench 87cm from the ground. Let me know if you like to come and have a look. Collection only. No returns. Contact chrysanthe@jankattein.com

Introducing Trade Secrets Labs at FORGE: Stone Setting

Introducing Trade Secrets Labs at FORGE: Stone Setting Join us on a journey of technical excellence with our  Trade Secrets Labs , where industry experts impart specialist skills mastered over decades. These Trade Secrets Labs are designed for you to build your own learning experience, for you to pick and choose, creating a bespoke course tailored to your interests and experience. We’re kicking off with a series of stone setting workshops, led by the master setter Brian Fagen, boasting an impressive 50 years of experience in the jewellery trade. In these intensive workshops, participants will uncover the closely guarded secrets

News Edit: 26 June 2022

Here is a round up of this week's international jewellery news...   Bling ring: the ultimate versatile jewellery FT: A party jacket is a bespoke gem-set jewel that can transform a treasured solitaire, giving it extra sparkle — and a new lease of life. www.ft.com   Jewellery preservation — handle with care FT: Conservator Katrina Redman saves jewels in danger of deterioration at the V&A. www.ft.com Jewellery by artists from Picasso to Grayson Perry reaches new heights FT: Often overlooked as a minor part of their practice, jewels are attracting major market attention. www.ft.com Bvlgari unveils its precious Garden of

Freelance Jeweller / Polisher

Freelance Jeweller / Polisher I have many years’ experience within the jewellery and silversmithing industry and now undertake work as a contractor undertaking mounting and polishing work, for a number of casting companies as well as offering bespoke pieces to my customers. I am based in Essex and am happy to work on one off pieces or batch production work. I currently post and can collect work on request. Please feel free to check out my Instagram page to see my previous work, and I happy to provide references from the companies I currently work with. I am available for

Freelance Jewellery CAD Designer

I have many years’ experience within the jewellery and silversmithing industry, I am experienced in creating and preparing designs for all types of rings, setting, earrings, brooches, bangles and pendants. I began CAD drawing as part of the design process for creating bespoke pieces for my clients and have moved on to specialising in providing one off designs for jewellers and manufacturers. I also have a volume of past designs available on CG trader. I have experience in the 3D printing and casting process so I am able to offer services outside of the design work if required. Please feel

Newgen - British Fashion Council 2021

Call for Applications: Newgen, British Fashion Council  The British Fashion Council (BFC) is delighted to announce TikTok, the leading destination for short-form mobile video, as Principal Partner of its longest and most internationally celebrated talent identification scheme, NEWGEN. The BFC and TikTok will work together to create a bespoke programme of activity for all NEWGEN recipients, including streaming support of designer shows, mentoring, masterclasses and digital support for the recipients. TikTok will host a NEWGEN venue during London Fashion Week September 2021, with designer shows, content creation and hospitality opportunities. This partnership will also enable even more innovative fashion content

Desire Jewellery and Silversmithing Fair 2024

Desire Jewellery & Silversmithing Fair 6 - 10 November 2024 RHS Garden Wisley Visit to view and purchase from a stunning collection and unrivalled choice of contemporary jewellery and stylish silverware. All exhibitors have been selected for their superb and innovative designs and craftsmanship as well as outstanding quality. Exhibitors include j ewellers working in gold, silver, platinum, palladium, enamel, ceramic, vegetable ivory, titanium, aluminium and glass and incorporating gemstones, seaglass, pearls, and beads into their work. Anyone celebrating a special occasion – maybe a birthday or anniversary - may also like to speak to the makers about commissioning bespoke

The London Creative Network Programme, Cockpit Arts

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News Edit: 16 April 2023

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Diamonds are no longer a girl’s best friend… according to 58% of millennials

Millennials are ditching bling traditional diamonds, in favour of unique styles and brightly coloured stones for their engagement rings Research shows that diamonds are no longer a ‘girl’s best friend’, according to millennials. A survey of 5,000 people between the ages of 23 and 38, showed that 58% opted for independent designers and 'bespoke' one of a kind pieces in coloured stones to commemorate their forthcoming nuptials, whilst 32% chose their birth stone - and 25% chose the birth stone of a beloved family member. This follows recent reports that millennials are choosing to save up and invest in 'collectable'

News Edit: 10 March 2019

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Amanda Mansell is equity crowdfunding for a new venture called 'Loupe'

Amanda Mansell a Hatton Garden bespoke jewellery designer of 20+ years - is equity crowdfunding for a new venture called Loupe, a jewellery support initiative which makes use of support from a Camden Council buildings grant. The 'jewellery hub' will aim to create a jewellery destination for London's historic jewellery quarter by providing a customer and trade interface to help promote the industry through experiential customer journeys and provide a route to market for the jewellery industry's supply chains. Loupe will be an experiential retail destination in Hatton Garden where people not only buy jewellery but learn about it and

Pirelli Park Public Art Commission

Public Art Commission: Pirelli Park Public Art Commission Eastleigh Borough Council is inviting tenders from artists and creative design practitioners to develop and deliver an exciting, imaginative and site-specific bespoke play environment for the local community. Tenders are welcomed across the creative disciplines, and collaborative approaches between design practitioners and appropriate delivery partners of their choosing will be welcome. Full details can be found on the South East Business portal  and on the South East Contemporary Visual Arts Network website .  Estimated value: £200,000.00 Image: Pirelli Arch, courtesy Eastleigh Borough Council.

Hoffmann Group UK aims to double in size with customer-centric reorganisation

Hoffmann Group UK ,  Europe's leading system partner for quality tools, workstations and personal protective equipment (PPE), has transformed its national strategy in order to better serve its customers.  To provide its customer base with a more bespoke, effective service, the business is bolstering the number of experts available to advise and consult with clients. Specifically, the business is increasing technical expertise, introducing dedicated support for large national accounts and additional specialised resource to support services such as inventory management, calibration and repairs.  The reorganisation also sees Peter Borrowdale, who joined the business last year, being appointed as National Sales Manager. Hoffmann

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Brighton entrepreneur opens 'The Crop'

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Q&A: Dan Dower

Dan Dower is the Co-Founder and Design Director at Dower & Hall, the company he established in 1990 with wife Diane Hall. The well known independent British jewellery brand has two standalone stores in London and Glasgow, has concessions in top UK department stores and are stocked up and down the country by over 100 independent retail outlets. Dan heads up the design and bespoke element of the Dower and Hall business. A graduate of Middlesex University's Jewellery Degree course, he is a  member of the National Association of Jewellers, a Freeman of the Goldsmith Company and City of London, and

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Hockley Mint launches Initials collection for AW19

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News Edit: 12 January 2020

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Start Ups in London Libraries

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Toye Kenning & Spencer secure £1M funding

The Midlands Engine Investment Fund Debt Finance, managed by Maven Capital Partners, has provided Toye Kenning & Spencer Limited, the oldest continuously operating company in Birmingham, with a £1 million loan to invest in equipment, improve facilities and support growth of the business. Established in 1685, Toye manufactures a range of medals, regalia, bespoke jewellery, badges, including coloured ribbons, braids and laces, used in the production of ceremonial uniforms and gowns. The firm has held a Royal Warrant to the British Royal Family without interruption since the reign of Queen Victoria to the current monarch Queen Elizabeth the II. Toye

Domino marry new collection with improved retailer support

Dominos new wedding ring collection has launched, with not only new styles to satiate customers varied tastes but also a swiss-army knife of business support services for retailers. The 2019 ring collection is set to impress the most minimal of customers, with plain bands at different widths, to the most maximal; with engraving, signet rings, and bespoke diamond coverage- and everyone in-between.  The increase in variety ensures end customers should be able to find what they desire within the collection. New styles include three new delicate diamond set styles, five new plain profiles, twenty-two new shaped and decorative designs, twelve

Mummy’s Star pendant created created to mark special mum’s life

A jewellery designer has created a very special 'Mummy’s Star' pendant in memory of her late sister-in-law, who passed away with stage 4 breast cancer in April this year. Sian Hughes, whose sister-in-law Emily Hughes was diagnosed with breast cancer in pregnancy, is donating all of the profits of each bespoke, hand-crafted piece to Mummy’s Star. Sian, who has been designing and creating contemporary jewellery for 15 years, said: “I wanted to thank Mummy’s Star for the much-needed practical and emotional support they gave to my family during a very difficult time. “The star in the design is a direct

Artisan Paul Wayne Gregory creates a giant Rotary Greenwich Timepiece replica from Chocolate for C4's Extreme Chocolate Makers

Last week, Rotary made its TV debut on the Channel 4 show, Extreme Chocolate Makers. The new series follows chocolatiers from around the UK as they tackle tricky builds and complicated commissions in an attempt to deliver a little bit of chocolate heaven. Ahead of its 125th birthday, Rotary commissioned Paul Wayne Gregory, of the TV show, to create a griant-sized replica of one of their most popular watches. The Greenwich timepiece, is a particularly challenging feat in chocolatiering- with its skeletal detailing and intricately detailed face. Image caption or copyright  Paul, who creates bespoke chocolate commissions for a living, has

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One budding Midlands jewellery designer has been given a unique opportunity with the Museum of the Jewellery Quarter to be its first Jeweller in Residence, a project which aims to support emerging jewellery designers. Winner Fiona Harris, who previously studied at Birmingham City University School of Jewellery, is the first designer to be crowned with the title. As part of the prize Fiona, now based in Nottingham, has the unique opportunity to work from the Museum of the Jewellery Quarter’s perfectly preserved jewellery workshop for the next year and have her bespoke handcrafted jewellery sold in the museum’s acclaimed shop. The

Graduate crafts heavy metal jewellery for rock legends

Since graduating from BA (Hons) 3D Design Crafts in 2018 at Plymouth College of Art, Sam Ritte has secured a role at The Great Frog, the pioneers in handcrafted, iconic statement jewellery for rockers, bikers and those favouring their metal heavy. Crafting jewellery at The Great Frog. They have produced bespoke pieces for a cross section of the fashion and music industry since 1972, including rock legends Metallica, Iron Maiden, Motorhead, Slash and Aerosmith. Every piece of jewellery sold at The Great Frog is hand carved and crafted on site, at their shop in Soho, London, each imbued with an [youtube

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A couple have got engaged using a ring made exclusively* from the smartphones they credit with bringing them together, in a world-first proposal. The ring, created by O2 Recycle to celebrate its 10 anniversary – in partnership with bespoke sustainable jeweller, Lylie’s – has been made from the couple’s recycled iPhone 5s smartphones. The ring is made from the handset speakers and microphones that James and Hayley used for whispering sweet nothings to each other, the cameras they used for selfies and video chat when living apart, and a gold band created using the very circuit boards that kept those

Q&A: David Fowkes

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Woodside Avenue Development Public Art Commission

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Gem-A’s Gem Empathy Award, which gives IJL 2018 exhibitors the chance to win a spectacular, fancy-cut gemstone by world-renowned cutter, John Dyer for a bespoke jewellery design returns for 2018. In a change to previous years, the long-standing Gem Empathy Award - organised by Gem-A and hosted by IJL – will welcome entries from the entire breadth of IJL 2018 exhibitors, not just Design Gallery exhibitors. All those who enter the competition, whether an established brand or emerging designer, will have the opportunity to win a sensational 18.28 carat ametrine gemstone from Bolivia, which has been hand-cut by master gem-cutter,

Charlotte's Web Celebrates 10 Years Online

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In:Site Festival Opportunity

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From burgers to bolognese - Goldie Rox launch new foodie inspired Mangiare range

First they gave us burgers and now luxury jewellery makers Goldie Rox have turned their attentions to spaghetti as inspiration for the launch of a new range called 'Mangiare' from the bench of Roxanne Rajcoomar-Hadden. A self-confessed foodie, Roxanne's designs are grounded in simple but evocative food sampled from a series of culinary experiences so her burger and french fry rings, launched as the Goldie Rox collection in 2014, established her as unique for combining her dual passions of food and gems.  Her burgers quickly became the coollest accessories on the street, along with the bespoke burger box they were

Workshop Assistant / CAD Designer, E.C. One - Clerkenwell, London

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Introducing the Unconditional Love collection from Laal Motif; celebrating the unique bond between mother and child with a bespoke selection of bracelets and necklaces from cutting-edge design duo. The collection features finely sculpted charms of either a girl, boy, or both – elegantly finished in 18 carat white, yellow or rose gold; a delicate chain and clasp fastening and personalised initials in diamonds upon request. Pieces from the Unconditional Love collection make ideal gifts for mothers, especially those expecting. There are also adorable pieces from the collection which make a special present for children. Choose from a boutique selection of

Workshop Assistant / CAD Designer, E.C. One - Clerkenwell, London

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Designer Sophie Breitmeyer launches new website

Jewellery designer and maker Sophie Breitmeyer has launched her new website, with the tag line ‘the modern-day family jeweller’. With her ancestry steeped in jewellery heritage, the re-positioning of her brand hails back to days gone by when families had one go-to trusted family jeweller. The website is clean, bright and owns a photomontage appeal reflecting her own modernity in jewellery design and style, and acts as both an ecommerce site as well as offering a comprehensive portfolio of work to commission and work up bespoke designs from. Breitmeyer’s great-grandfather was one of the founding members of De Beers, and

Goldsmith / Jobbing Jeweller, David Mellor Family Jewellers - Totton, Southampton

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Gemfields Launch New Website

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Varoshe to open showroom in Kent - from handcuffs to handmade!

The handcuffs are off at a former police office in West Malling in Kent as bespoke jewellers Varoshe prepare for the grand opening of their flagship store following more than a year of restoration and restyling. Award-wining team Paul T Owens and Clare Carlson, who between them have 50 years experience of designing and making jewellery, will roll out their brand new showroom on April 21st with their own custom made designs proudly exhibited and their on site workshop ready for new commissions. They will also stock items from various designers, both established and emerging, showcasing the best in British

Appointment: Ed Hole Promoted to New Business Manager at Weston Beamor

Weston Beamor are pleased to announce changes to its leadership team, with current Head of CAD Design and 3D Printing, Ed Hole promoted to the role of Business Manager for the bespoke precious metals casting, 3D printing and production division. Ed has worked at Weston Beamor for more than 14 years, joining the team in 2003 having recently graduated from Loughborough University with a BA (Hons) in Industrial Design and Technology. Ed instantly impressed both colleagues and clients with his personable approach, knowledge and passion. Commenting on the promotion, Managing Director, Andrew Morton, said: “I am really pleased with this

Inspired 2017

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New TV Show seeks Jewellery Makers

Call for Aplications: New TV Show seeks Jewellery Makers Twenty Twenty, the production company and producer of Gareth Malone’s ‘The Choir’ TV series is looking for talented jewellery makers for a new exciting development for the BBC. The idea, called ‘ All That Glitters... ’ (working title) is currently being developed for BBC Two, and would be a contest based series around jewellery making.  Whether you are a small scale, independent artisan jewellery maker or hobbyist ready to turn your passion into a business, we want to hear from you. Those taking part are likely to be contemporary, traditional and bespoke

Appointment: Harriet Kelsall elected first female Chair of the National Association of Jewellers

One of the UK's most respected bespoke designers Harriet Kelsall has been elected as the first female chair of The National Association of Jewellers after serving as Vice-Chair for the past two years. Well-known for championing the causes of education, ethics and the environment in the jewellery industry, Harriet brings a wide range of skills and know-how to her new role, tapping into her experience and expertise from acting as chair of the NAJ's new Education steering group, advising the Government on jewellery making skills as part of the Creative and Cultural skill academy and growing her business Harriet Kelsall

Angela Georgiou gets new branding with Clout

Shropshire based bespoke luxury jeweller, Angela Georgiou has had a complete brand refresh courtesy of global branding experts, which has successfully strengthened the positioning and identity of the jewellery brand. The jewellery designer who uses inspiration from her Greek Cypriot heritage, re-imagines found and personal antiquities, turning them into unconventional, contemporary pieces for a UK and international client base. Award winning Clout Branding were appointed towards the end of 2017 by the jeweller to help create a more distinct positioning and brand identity within the luxury sector. The new identity, which is focused around the idea of ‘The past re-imagined’

Harriet Kelsall Confirmed as Keynote Speaker for Make Your Mark

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Designer Jewellers Group Christmas Pop-Up

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Gemstones Set The Tone: GFG Jewellery by Nilufe

GFG Jewellery by Nilufer is a London-based British contemporary fine jewellery brand established by founder, Nilufer Kizilkaya.  With a vision to encapsulate timeless beauty, Nilufer set about creating collections that are easily wearable from day to night with a vision to form a part of a woman’s daily outfit ritual. The aesthetics of the collections are created with love and passion, inspired by the beauty of our surroundings. Each piece is created using precious metals, handset and polished while gemstones, diamonds and pearls are sourced around the world and cut to bespoke specifications for the brand. GFG Jewellery by Nilufer,

Stephen Einhorn creates Tomb Raider Pendant Necklace

Stephen Einhorn is the jewellery designer behind the new re-boot of Tomb Raider film Lara Croft character’s bespoke pendant. The necklace is worn throughout the newly released Tomb Raider film by actress Alicia Vikander.  Oscar winner Vikander plays the daughter of an eccentric adventurer who vanished years earlier. Hoping to solve the mystery of her father's disappearance, Croft embarks on a journey to his last-known destination - a fabled tomb on a mythical island that might be somewhere off the coast of Japan. Lara must rely on her sharp mind, blind faith and stubborn spirit to venture into the unknown. The necklace was first seen

Weston Beamor Restructures Management Team

Weston Beamor, the Birmingham-based 3D printing, casting and bespoke manufacturing company, has restructured the workings of its Management Team and appointed new staff in a bid to grow further its customer base. Glen Day remains as Head of Business Development, but, rather than being office based as in the past, he will now spend four days a week travelling the country to meet with Weston Beamor’s customers and potential customers. Day, who reports directly to the company’s Managing Director Andrew J Morton, retains his overall, supervisory role within Weston Beamor. However he hands over greater responsibility for the day-to-day running

Ring 2017, Diana Porter Contemporary Jewellery

This spring, Diana Porter Contemporary jewellery have asked a selection of their current designers, as well as some old favourites and some brand-new ones, to submit their most exclusive wedding / engagement ring combinations. They wanted an inspiring exhibition showcasing a plethora of talent and craftsmanship! Several designers have submited bespoke pairings, created especially for the exhibition, whilst others will premier pieces from their new collections. Diana Porter will launch her latest creations in precious metals set with unique stones, for an exclusive first look. Alongside Diana Porter, this exhibition will feature pieces by: Hannah Bedford, Justin Duance, Maria Frantzi,

Catapult Project’ propels Weston Beamor into a new era of casting

Weston Beamor, the Birmingham Casting house, 3D printing and bespoke m anufacturing  company  has recently been engaged in a Government funded  High Value Manufacturing  Catapult  initiative. It has been   working closely with academics at a well-known Midland  University  to m ove its casting processes  forward for the next decade.  The company has invested heavily in new casting equipment, which is parti cularly ideal for platinum  and palladium casting, and has worked closely with university staff to fi nd  the best possible methods  of dealing with the nuances of the lost wax casting process using synth etic casting resins developed 

Trove, Aspex - Gunwharf Quays, Portsmouth

Presenting ‘Trove’, a collection of bespoke craft objects inspired by coastal landmarks and natural forms. The exhibition showcases makers from Portsmouth to London, featuring bold ceramics, delicately hand-crafted silver jewellery and driftwood sculptures. Each maker utilises traditional craft techniques to create objects in response to nautical seascapes and organic materials. ‘Trove’ offers visitors to the gallery the opportunity, not only to enjoy high quality craft, but to discover the perfect gift in the run up to the festive season! Meet the makers: Laura Bennett, Portsmouth Laura graduated with a First Class degree in Three Dimensional Design at UCA Farnham -

Hidden, RCA

The RCA’s technical staff have a wealth of skills knowledge as staff and students know well – from an award-winning photographer, to Lady Gaga’s shoe designer. To the outside world, these remarkable talents are hidden away.  Hidden  celebrates some of their most innovative creative work. The week-long exhibition will showcase work by over 40 technicians across the College, including an exciting mix of jewellery and textile design, painting and sculptures, as well as handmade bespoke cars and interactive virtual realities. Hidden  will showcase many well-known designers and artists including Natacha Marro, a world-renowned shoe designer. Celebrated for wild and visually

Alloy Pop Up – Hackney, London

Jewellery designers Emma Aitchison Jewellery, Dovile B and Promises Promises will be exhibiting a new collection of bespoke, hand-made jewellery at a new pop-up, Alloy, in the heart of Hackney. The three designers will be opening the doors of Alloy exhibition and shop to the general public. They will be showcasing their jewellery-making process, and sharing the stories behind their designs, taking you on a journey from initial inspiration to final product. Passionate about promoting the importance of supporting local artisans within their trade, the three up-and-coming designers will be sharing their visions, and offering insight into the design process, hoping

The Fashion Awards 2016 Trophy Designed By Marc Newson For Swarovski

The British Fashion Council (BFC) and Swarovski have commissioned Marc Newson to create a bespoke crystal trophy for The Fashion Awards 2016 in partnership with Swarovski which will take place at the Royal Albert Hall on Monday 5th December. Created with the resources and technical ability of Swarovski and crafted from Swarovski Crystal, the hexagonal design draws inspiration from crystal clusters and rock structures. The trophies are all handcrafted at Swarovski’s headquarters in Wattens, Austria and will complete an 800 mile journey from there to the Royal Albert Hall in London. Each trophy measure 245mm in height by 67mm wide.

Harriet Kelsall is invited to join the British Hallmarking Council

Leading jewellery designer Harriet Kelsall has been invited to join the British Hallmarking Council. The statutory body ensures all items being sold in the UK as precious metals are hallmarked to confirm they meet the legal standard. The process of hallmarking in Great Britain began over 700 years ago and in Harriet’s new role as Non-Executive Director, she will represent retail jewellers and continue the protection of consumer rights in the British Jewellery industry.  Harriet Kelsall is one of the most respected bespoke jewellery designers and business trailblazers working in the UK jewellery industry today. She founded her business –

VIPA Designs Offers Europe's First Fairmined Eco Precious Metal

Vipa Designs Ltd, leaders in ‘Design to Delivery’ for the jewellery trade, has become the first-ever European jewellery manufacturer to offer Fairmined Eco gold.  Receiving its first consignment of the metal this month, Vipa Designs provides retailers and designers with the possibility to have bespoke designs and collections cast in this most precious of ethical metals, produced without the use of cyanide and mercury typical to the gold mining process.  Offering gold mined at the small-scale artisanal Xamodx Ngo mine in Mongolia, Vipa Designs is answering the needs of ever-more ethically conscious consumers shopping for fine and bridal jewellery. Fairmined

Peruvian gold miner joins Hertfordshire jewellery designer to thank Fairtrade supporters

On Friday 7th October, Hertfordshire-based bespoke jewellery designer Harriet Kelsall played host to a Peruvian gold miner who is in the UK to highlight how Fairtrade has boosted his community and saved lives. Roger Arcos Ponte, from Macdesa mine, told an audience of customers, local school children and people interested in ethics about the difference Fairtrade production standards have delivered for his fellow miners and their families. Multi-award winning designer Harriet said: “Welcoming Roger here today for our Fairtrade Festival is one of the proudest moments of my life. It has been amazing to hear personal accounts of how the

Sparking Christmas at NumberNinetyFour - London, E2

NumberNinetyFour is a jewellery shop set on Columbia Road in Shoreditch in the East End of London, famous for it's Sunday flower market and range of independent shops and galleries. Owner,  jeweller Simon Rees, has been creating beautiful pieces for over twenty five years. He now designs and makes wonderful bespoke jewellery from his bench at NumberNinetyFour, specialising in engagement, wedding and partnership rings. Alongside Simon's work, NumberNinetyFour showcases the work of exciting contemporary jewellery designers. Regularly transforming the space, each group or artist exhibit in the shop from one to three months. Dates : 7 – 24 December 2016

Grant MacDonald: Timed To Perfection

The elegance of a Grant Macdonald timepiece imparts London-made luxury to the mantelpiece, tabletop or desk. The silversmithing house has launched a range of new designs in a portfolio of precious metals and design aethetics. Grant MacDonalds has launched a range of mantlepieces pieces designed as a generous symbol of refinement when given as a gift. The range includes Imperial Timepiece , standing half a metre high and honouring the 18th Century French Ormolu clock tradition, and King's Mantel  in sterling silver and 24 carat gold , as well as bespoke luxury clocks which can fit a range of customer requirements.

Introduction To Micro-Setting

Micro-setting applied to bespoke handmade jewellery can lead to spectacular results. Ideal for beginners, this course with highly experienced tutor Harry Forster-Stringer will help jewellers and stone setters to explore the advantages of micro-setting. Start to understand how to set up a specialist workbench, efficiently use a microscope, install GRS Air Gravers as well as prepare tools for optimum use.  Introduction To Micro-Setting Date: Sat 10 September 2016 Time: 9.30am – 4.30pm, £199   What: Experimental Workshop Venue: The Goldsmiths’ Centre, 42 Britton Street, London. EC1M 5AD www.goldsmiths-centre.org

The 8th edition of SalonQP up 7.4% on Visitor Numbers

Curated by Telegraph Events, SalonQP returned to the Saatchi Gallery for its eighth edition in the first week of November. The show attracted over 6,500 watch aficionados, with paid for attendance up 7.4% and brands seeing a windfall of sales across the three-day event. Visitors came to acquire some of the finest timepieces currently made, from established names such as Girard-Perregaux, Chopard and Bremont to leading independent brands like MB&F, Garrick and F.P. Journe. Launch brands included Atelier de Chronomètrie, Fears, JR Bespoke Timepieces and Vault Watches. SalonQP 2016 was the event’s sixth year at the Saatchi Gallery and eighth

Jewellery & Watch Collaborate with Industry Figureheads for Dynamic 5 Days Event Programme

Jewellery & Watch celebrates being ‘the heart of the jewellery industry’ with leading figureheads collaborating to front its 2017 content programme: Harriet Kelsall, bespoke jewellery designer and retailer, Fei Liu, fine jewellery designer, Simon Johnson, Chairman of the National Association of Jewellers and owner of Marmalade Jewellery, Alex Monroe, jewellery designer and Gary Wroe, MD of Hockley Mint.  The event will offer retailers the event’s most diverse and inspirational seminar programme to date. Each day has a theme, including a collaboration with the National Association of Jewellers - NAJ Live. The key industry figures will act as the ‘Faces’ of

‘Tis The Season To Buy Diamonds Jeremy France Jewellers Host VIP Festive Fundraiser

Special celebrity guest, James Murray, was in attendance representing the Murray Parish Trust, a local charity that Jeremy France Jewellers have been proudly supporting this year.  The Grade 2* listed building, situated at the very heart of historic Winchester’s bustling High Street, was decked to impress. Little of the shop remained untouched by the festive spirit as the decadent decorations also extended up through the gallery, with huge suspended Christmas wreaths visible from each level of the stunning three-storey showroom. With a traditional nutcracker theme running throughout and every detail adorned in beautiful bespoke decorations, the shop had been sprinkled

School of Jewellery Students Impress With Halo Designs

Three second year students studying for a Higher National Diploma in Jewellery and Silversmithing at the Birmingham City University's School of Jewellery have been shortlisted as finalists in an annual design competition run by Birmingham-based casting house, 3D printing and bespoke manufacturing company Weston Beamor. The brief for this year’s Live Project was to design a halo engagement ring and a fitted wedding band to sit alongside it.  All designs had to include a primary gemstone or pearl, mounted in precious metal. Students were asked to tailor their designs towards 25-35 year olds. Three potential winners – Ruth Hallows, Bethany

Spanner & Wingnut: The Organic Edge of Jewellery Luxury

Anneka Moore studied Jewellery Design at London's Central St. Martins, before embarking on an adventure through the fashion industry to finally end up with her bold and beautiful jewellery brand, Spanner & Wingnut, as shown at London Fashion Week recently. Now based in the Goldsmiths Centre surrounded by skilled craftsmen, Anneka draws inspiration from her beloved London, and all things fashionable and organic. This, combined with traditional manufacturing techniques and precious materials, promises to deliver wearable, luxurious and aesthetic jewellery. Spanner & Wingnut offers a bespoke service too, specialising in engagement and wedding rings. Sourcing inspiration from birds talons, scorpions

Blooming a Labour of Love: Weston Beamor Proud to be Part of Somme Poppy Pins project

The casting, 3D printing and bespoke manufacturing company Weston Beamor has recently confirmed its involvement in an interesting new project casting Poppy Pins designed to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Battle of the Somme in 1916; some examples of which will be on display on their stand (No D60) at International Jewellery London. The special poppies are being cast by Weston Beamor for the London-based company TMB Art Metal (www.TMBArtMetal.com) as a fund raising initiative for the Royal British Legion. They are sold exclusively online through the ‘Poppy Shop’ on the RBL’s website www.britishlegion.org.uk  with the proceeds of all

Nude Jewellery Celebrates 20 Years of Successful Business

After 20 years of successful business Nikki Galloway, owner and award-winning designer, is celebrating Nude Jewellery's 20 th  anniversary.  Reflecting on the anniversary, Nikki said, ‘ Twenty years on and I’m still really enjoying myself, no two days are ever the same and we are constantly evolving as a business. I love creating bespoke designs for clients and also new designs for our website. ”  In the past few years Nude Jewellery has specialised in creating exclusive gemstone engagement rings offering unique and modern designs. “I’m busier than I have ever been during 2020/21, and look forward to what the future will bring,

News Edit: 17 March 2019

A round up of this week's international jewellery news...   Old-cut diamonds and fantastical gems: TEFAF Maastricht's unmissable jewels The Telegraph: It may be a royal pain to get to, but TEFAF (The European Fine Art Fair) in Maastricht, the Netherlands, is worth the trip. www.telegraph.co.uk Steeple Bumpstead goldsmith with Harriet Kelsall Bespoke Jewellery wins industry 'Oscar' HaverHill Echo: A jeweller from Steeple Bumpstead has won a gold award in The Goldsmiths’ Craft & Design Council Awards 2019, the industry’s ‘Jewellery Oscars'. www.haverhillecho.co.uk Kate Middleton has a collection of earrings from just one designer worth £47k Express: Kate Middleton, 37,

Inspired Event Bestowes 2017 Awards

The annual luxury silver and bespoke furniture exhibition, Inspired, has announced the winners of its 2017 awards to contemporary silversmiths and engravers.  Each year ,  the  Inspired  event  organis er,  The Festi val of S ilver, seeks  to promote, celebrate and nurture new talent and give recognition to this with a selection  of awards  presented at London’s Goldsmiths’ Centre . This year’s  award  winners were announced as:    The Malcolm Appleby £500 C reative Engraving Prize   Judged by Max Warren – senior lecturer at   Central St Martins Awarded to Angus McFadyen for his body of work with expert engraving.   The Silver Society

This Year's Jewellery & Watch 2018

Jewellery & Watch, the UK’s largest dedicated jewellery trade event, returns to NEC Birmingham from Sunday 4th until Thursday 8th February 2018. Taking place at a key buying point in the year, Jewellery & Watch will showcase a dazzling offering of new collections and inspiration from more than 300 new and returning exhibitors, as well unveiling the latest trends and offering essential advice from industry insiders. What to Expect at Jewellery & Watch 2018 The Atelier, an all-new immersive future trend showcase set to dominate for 2018 Edited sectors include loose gems, diamonds, watches, bespoke jewellery, silver, semi-precious and wholesale fashion jewellery

Alternative Wedding Showcase 2017, Tomfoolery

Tomfoolery London’s 2017 Alternative Wedding Showcase has successfully launched its stunning collection of innovative jewellery lines. Hailed as the destination for alternative fine jewellery, this show promises to be an essential edit for the discerning bride or groom. To mark the 5th anniversary of this annual event Tomfoolery will be hosting exclusive bridal trunk shows with award-winning designers Polly Wales and Ruth Tomlinson.  The show features Unique Engagement Rings; Wedding Bands; Eternity Bands; Bespoke Ring Service; Bridal Jewellery Styling; Bridesmaid Jewellery; Cufflinks; Designer Trunk Shows. Dates 18th March - 6th May Polly Wales Trunk show: 1st and 2nd April Ruth Tomlinson Trunk

Hatton Garden BID Debuts Glittering Gift Guide

London’s historical jewellery quarter, Hatton Garden BID presents precious pieces from independent boutiques with the area's first-ever Christmas Gift Guide launch. This highly anticipated Gift Guide showcases an array of precious designs, bespoke pieces and luxury watches from more than 20 jewellery retailers and designers based in the area. Created to promote Hatton Garden and its fine jewellery offer this Christmas, the Glittering Hatton Garden Gift Guide features over 50 pieces including engagement rings, luxury watches and vintage treasures. The Gift Guide has launched online via the Hatton-Garden.london website as a digital publication that can be viewed with the click of a mouse.

Weston Beamor Prototypes Bond: James Bond

Weston Beamor, the Birmingham casting-house, 3D printing and bespoke jewellery manufacturing company, has recently been involved in an interesting project for its customer Big Chief Studios - producers of high-quality, limited-edition, collectable figurines.   WB has been 3D printing photo-realistic body parts in resin, specifically heads, hands, and accessories such as guns and gadgets, for Big Chief’s most recent collection of characters from the iconic Bond film – Goldfinger.  Big Chief has recently taken on the licence to produce action figures from this and several others of the most classic Bond films.  With WB’s assistance, they have now created Bond