Jewellery has always been the best way to accessorise any outfit, whether it’s fine jewellery or costume jewellery. Looking to make a statement or just keeping it simple with timeless, classic pieces there is no better way to accessorise your look. We have put together a selection of beautiful jewellery and accessories from some of our favourite luxury and sustainable jewellery brands.
Lily Flo is a sustainable and ethical fine jewellery brand mixing traditional, artisanal crafting techniques with a fresh and modern aesthetic to create beautiful classic accessorises. Responsible sourcing and recycled metals minimise the environmental impact of production establishing Lily Flo as an the ethical, sustainable and environmentally friendly jewellery brand to know about. The Modern Icon collection reflects on natural beauty, made from pearl clusters and unusual baroque pearls it reinvents the classic pearl in a contemporary style.
Opes Robur creates timeless and unique jewellery with an emphasis on bold and industrial styles carefully crafted using only the finest materials. Handcrafted locally in London with a focus on fine jewellery and sustainable local production, Opes Robur has established a itself as a modern designer with an equally contemporary outlook. Opes Robur as a brand has a simple vision for their collections, to create timeless accessory pieces you will wear for a lifetime.
Nathnit is a Spanish ethical jewellery brand which works principally with silver, brass and natural materials. Being a sustainable brand means working with materials which are recyclable or recycled is a key brand focus. All the materials are sourced from local suppliers or from the European Union to reduce their impact on the environment. Nathnit’s designs have sculptural and architectural quality, inspired by a love for the decorative arts, history and travel. The brand focus is minimalist thinking, in both design and environmental impact.
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