A new addition to the Jewellery Quarter


Award-winning designer of eco-friendly jewellery moves to Birmingham

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Birmingham’s historic Jewellery Quarter welcomes an award-winning designer of eco-friendly jewellery into residence. 

Today Elizabeth Anne Norris of EAN Jewellery, will move into the Jewellery Quarter and join other residents in the newly converted 19th-century building, home to world-class jewellery-makers since the early 1900s. 

The Jewellery Quarter is Europe's largest hub of businesses involved in the jewellery trade, which produces 40% of all the jewellery made in the UK. 

With a highly-regarded reputation, the Jewellery Quarter is a big tourist attraction and people can visit Elizabeth to buy her collections, as well as to attend contemporary jewellery-making workshops, or to make their own eco wedding rings from recycled gold.

Of the move, Elizabeth said,

"Birmingham’s historic Jewellery Quarter was a big draw for me. The thought of making jewellery where it has been made for over 450 years is very exciting. I will offer something a bit different to what’s currently available in Birmingham. My taster workshops will allow people to enjoy a one off jewellery making experience and take their creations home with them. Couples will be able to say they made their wedding rings in the oldest historic jewellery centre of the UK, which is pretty special I think.” 


Rebecca van Rooijen


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