Bespoke jeweller to show designer’s work ahead of Christmas.

Bespoke British jewellers W&W are transforming their London-based studio into a Christmas pop-up shop that will exclusively showcase Laura Gravestock alongside their own collections and a selection of antique jewels.

The Christmas pop-up will open on November 28 and will in situ until December 23 and will showcase Gravestock’s Promise collection, which includes lattice-work rings, gemstone-set pendants and stud earrings and stacking rings influenced by her childhood spent living in Spain and the Middle East.


Simon Warrender director of W&W said: "In addition to our bespoke service, we were keen to provide an opportunity for visitors to view a selection of beautiful jewellery that is available to purchase in a relaxed atmosphere for a limited time period.

“We have been following Laura’s career with interest, have worked closely with her in the past, and are now excited to collaborate with her for our pop-up shop. We believe W&W clients will absolutely love her designs.”

The brand has worked with Gravestock on a number of bespoke commissions including her Written name necklaces.

Gravestock was named a NexGem in this year’s Professional Jeweller Hot 100, while W&W recently held a celebratory party for its studio opening, inviting private clients to view their Battersea-based space, having experienced a growing number of commissions from clients based in London.


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