Ruth Mary Jewellery SS19 Collections: first look


Ambitious designer Ruth Mary releases four collections for SS19

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Young designer Ruth Mary has been making waves in the jewellery industry of late. Just this year, she was chosen as one of six international jewellery London Kickstarter winners, featured in the Guardian as one of its ‘Top 100 Businesses’ and shortlisted for Professional Jeweller’s ‘’Young Jewellery Designer of the Year’’. 

Ruth’s passion was ignited at an antique fair, where her mother (a keen lace maker herself), pointed out   a curious object with a crochet hook called a tatting shuttle and suggested Ruth buy it. Ruth perfected her lace making, and then taught herself to silversmith in order to realise her ambitious designs. Shortly after in 2016 she started her own jewellery business. 

Ruth’s stunning collections consist of highly textural pieces that find their origin in her very own hand stitched lace. Through numerous knots and loops, the thread is transformed into lace models and then recreated in solid precious metal using her casting process.

When asked about her inspiration, Ruth said:

“I see jewellery design as a form of sculpture, my inspiration comes from three dimensional decorative design details, such as the lace or embroidery on a couture gown.” 

Pieces from Ruth Mary's SS19 Bridal Collections

For SS19, Ruth will launch 4 collections, namely:

Deco – Back to the furutre with Gothic Flair

Romantic Perfection – You and I entwined

Constellation Dreams – Out of this world cosmic glamour

The Classics – Forget me not, for I won't forget you

All of Ruth’s designs are made in England; she designs and makes her collections from her Lace Lab in the West Midlands (Ruth is based in Coventry - the UK city of culture in 2021.) Ruth’s collections cover your every need- from every-day to the 'big' day'- with a range of casual wear, evening wear and bridal jewellery. 

Pieces from Ruth Mary's SS19 'The Classics' Collection


Jessica Green


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