We bring you some of the big names of British fashion.
Agree or disagree with the list, but doubt not that our fair isles pack a punch on the jewellery scene.
D is for David Marshall, Daisy, David Morris, Dinny Hall, Duffy, David McCaul, David Webdale, Decï London and Dower & Hall.
Fine jewellery brand Decï London takes its inspiration not from the city it takes its name, but the treasures of ancient Thrace, Greece and Byzantium. Dessy Tsolova, the creative force behind the brand, was born in Bulgaria but has been living and working in London since her family moved to the
city in the 1980s.
E is for Elizabeth Galton, Elsie Bell, Eastern Mystic and Elizabeth de Chambrun.
F is for Fifi Bijoux and Fei Liu.
Vivien Johnston launched luxury ethical jewellery brand Fifi Bijoux in 2006. The brand uses ethically sourced gold, precious gemstones and diamonds to create a range of engagement rings,
wedding rings and fashionable jewellery collections that have been shown during previous London Fashion Weeks. Eco-conscious Turner has recently moved her studio to a sustainable farm and wildlife restoration project in rural Scotland.
G is for Guy&Max, Galibardy, Georgina Wiseman, Goldmajor, Graeme McColm, Garrard and Graff
Guy & Max was founded by brothers Guy and Max Shepherd, sons of Richard Shepherd who founded leading diamond merchant Shepherd & Taylor. Award-winning designer Max takes his inspiration from architecture and urban landscapes to create innovative, high-end platinum, gold and diamond jewellery. The brand sells to select retailers and also has a shop in London’s
Shepherd’s Market in Mayfair.
H is for Hirsh, Hiho and Henriette Lofstrom
Based in a cowshed above a forge in Forde Abbey, Somerset, retail chain and jewellery brand Hi Ho Silver was founded by brother and sister Andrew Ransford and Caroline Reeves.
I is for Imogen Belfield