Olivia Grace has announced the launch of her debut designer jewellery brand, Olivia Grace Jewellery.
After being a successful diamond and precious stones specialist for many years, Olivia Grace is now on a mission to bring all her experience into forming a world class jewellery brand built on the finest British craftsmanship.
The Olivia Grace Jewellery brand centres around a new website – www.oliviagrace.london – which sells the brand’s own jewellery line alongside the option for bespoke services.
The debut jewellery collection, Venezia, features a variety of inspirational pieces in the form of necklaces, bracelets, earrings and rings. Highlights include cocktails rings crafted in diamonds and sapphires and a striking 25ct aquamarine ring.
Grace says: “My inspiration is the vibrant colours on the Cote D’Azur. The warmth and sparkle of the sun is reflected in the rose gold and champagne diamonds.
“I grew up being influenced by the age of glamour. I want to bring some of that decadence back into everyone’s lives but with a modern twist. My designs and selections are all created to make women feel very glamourous.”
Marking her launch, Grace has put up for auction one of her signature cocktail rings at the Fayre Of St James, the prestigious London Christmas concert and fundraiser for Quintessentially, the global concierge service.
Grace has also collaborated with an up and coming fashion blogger she has been championing, Mel Ekrem, with a special new photo session taken by celebrity photographer Chris Lopez.
The shoot will form part of an unfolding social media campaign.
Grace heavily promotes British craftsmanship in her designs and works from the heart of London’s historic jewellery quarter, Hatton Garden. Grace is also a member of the London Diamond Bourse and the World Diamond Federation, and was recently invited to be on the advisory board for the Hatton Garden BID, a regeneration process for the surrounding area.
“Hatton Garden is a special area,” Grace explains. “There is so much history and so many stories here. It is packed with interesting people – and of course bursting with creativity. Some of the best craftsmanship in the world is situated right here and we need to shout more about it.”