Designer creates collection to allow customers to buy seasonally.

Fashion-led jewellery designer Hannah Warner has made a move into using brass in her latest collections as a reaction to rising metal prices.

Having used gold and silver in her collections to date, Warner has opted to create her latest ranges in brass, consciously designing the range with price points in mind, choosing brass as the base metal to keep the cost competitive for her clients.


A statement from the brand said: "As a trend led brand it’s been key to keep the range affordable so that customers can buy into the collection seasonally rather than being restricted by cost. With the global surge in the price of gold and silver, Hannah Warner is amongst many jewellery designers [that has] chosen to branch into alternative base metals."

The brand’s latest collection, Architecture, features moonstones, citrines and opals, with statement designs such as claw-shaped earrings and Deco-style rings.

This latest range is influenced by the cityscape as well as smaller details, with design elements taken from doorways, windows and the corners of buildings.