10 Brilliant Jewellery Brands You’ve Never Heard Of

10 Brilliant Jewellery Brands You’ve Never Heard Of

We celebrate the best niche jewellery brands around; you might have never heard of them, but we reckon you will LOVE them!

Jewellery is such a personal thing, and it’s always great to find something really individual, so we’ve rounded up ten amazing brands that will make you stand out from the crowd. You’re welcome.
 

1.

WHO: Eina Ahulwalia

WHAT: Based in Kolkata, Eina is one of India’s most famous designers. She blends elements of India’s culture with modern styles.

WHY: These gorgeous, intricate pieces really make a statement, but because they’re made purely of gold they are easy to wear, too.

Eina Ahluwalia cuff, £223, click here to buy


 

2.

WHO: Niza Huang

WHAT: This London-based designer uses textures and shapes inspired by natural elements, such as rock formations.

WHY: We love the modern feel of these edgy pieces; they’d work brilliantly with a minimal, Skandi-style wardrobe. The prices are really great, too.

Niza Huang ring, £365, click here to buy

3.

WHO: Tessa Metcalfe

WHAT: Tessa is fascinated by the pigeons in her home town, London, and has a passion for and background in taxidermy. The result? This quirky bird claw jewellery.

WHY: You just know that someone wearing one of these pieces has a sense of humour. They’re also incredibly beautiful – a real talking point.

Tessa Metcalfe earrings, £85, click here to buy

4.

WHO: YooLa

WHAT: Yael Falk is behind the brand, and is based in Israel, although she learnt her rare wire crochet technique – which uses just a crochet hook and her bare hands - in Switzerland.

WHY: These delicate pieces are full of air (so not too heavy) and are incredibly sophisticated.

YooLa necklace, £64, click here to buy

5.

WHO: Article22

WHAT: This is an amazing story – all pieces are made from the remains of weapons, such as Vietnam era bombs. Talk about turning a negative into a positive.

WHY: The metal used to make these bracelets and necklaces is worn and used, giving a cool, matt finish.

Article22 bangles, £290, click here to buy


 

6.

WHO: Rachel Entwistle

WHAT: This Londoner grew up in the English countryside and studied jewellery design in Mexico, and her jewellery often has strong symbolism.

WHY: We love the simplicity, especially on the mini symbol earrings and sun and moon rings.

Rachel Entwistle earcuff, £350, click here to buy

7.

WHO: Claudia Baldazi

WHAT: Milan-based Claudia comes from a family of leather artisans. Her jewellery uses lots of different textures like silk and crystals.

WHY: These baroque and rococo styles will make a stunning addition to any outfit.

Claudia Baldazzi earrings, £104, click here to buy


 

8.

WHO: Jessica de Lotz

WHAT: All of Jessica’s jewellery is hand-made in London. She’s an artist and prop-maker, too, and everything she makes has a strong feeling of nostalgia.

WHY: We especially like the zodiac items – they’d make the perfect gift (and we totally advocate buying gifts for yourself, too!)

Jessica de Lotz earring, £259, click here to buy


 

9.

WHO: Yasmin Everly

WHAT: Yasmin’s mother was a jewellery designer, and she uses craftsmen in Thailand who have been working with her mother for years.

WHY: The bold art deco-style pieces are really easy to wear (particularly with an all-black outfit) and we LOVE those bugs.

Yasmin Everly necklace, £205, click here to buy


 

10.

WHO: ELYONA

WHAT: ELYONA’s designer Leona Songhee is based in Seoul, and makes opulent pieces featuring gold-plated chains, gemstones and pearls.

WHY: Pearls are a HUGE trend for next season, so stock up on some gorgeous, individual pieces to be ahead of the curve.

ELYONA earrings, £72.80, click here to buy

 

 
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