Jessica de Lotz Jewellery has reopened its store in the Kentish Town area of North London after the coronavirus pandemic saw all UK jewellers close their doors.
The shop has reopened on an appointment-only basis, with the jeweller asking customers to book through its website.
It has also asked visitors to wear face masks, maintain a 2m distance and also to not touch anything in the shop.
Only one person or household will be allowed to enter at any one time, while the staff will clean any jewellery handled after each visit.
Jessica de Lotz Jewellery will also not be taking cash payments for the foreseeable future.
During the closure of her shop, the designer has rebranded, which has seen the launch of a new website, along with changes on social media and instore.
Furthermore, the designer launched new pieces during lockdown, including a limited edition ring to match that made for last year’s Little Women film.