Searching For Something Sparkly? These Jewellery Shops Are Worth Their Weight In Gold - The Gloss Magazine

Searching For Something Sparkly? These Jewellery Shops Are Worth Their Weight In Gold

Paula Flynn of shares her favourite jewellery shops around the world …

Jewellery is the perfect addition to any outfit, adding individuality and personalisation, an essential finishing touch. With worldwide shipping options there are so many talented, unique and independent jewellery designers creating gorgeous wares to shop from directly, the world is your oyster when it comes to finding your perfect piece. From fun-loving costume jewellery to fine, designer bijoux, Paula Flynn of shares her favourite jewellery shops around the world …

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Cece Jewellery

Discover hand-engraved and enamelled pendants and rings designed by London-based jeweller, Cece Fein Hughes. Wonderful miniature colorful and bejeweled scenes inspired by folklore, mythology, fairy tales, and tattoos, decorate each unique work of art. Cece Jewellery also offer a bespoke service. /

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Catbird, 108 N. 7th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11249 and 253 Centre St, New York, NY 10013, USA

Established in Williamsburg in 2004, Catbird quickly became Brooklyn’s go-to jewellery store. Today, Catbird has expanded to a larger Williamsburg shop, with the upper floor devoted to a wedding annex, and a second shop in Soho. The Catbird team includes 40 jewellery designers who create the Catbird namesake brand. /

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Alpha & Omega Vintage Jewelry

Alpha & Omega is a NYC-based vintage and antique jewellery online emporium. Alpha & Omega Vintage Jewelry has an extensive inventory of one-of-a-kind antique and vintage pieces spanning every significant design era, including the Edwardian, Victorian, Art Nouveau, and Art Deco periods. They offer weekly Instagram “Story” sales and ship worldwide. /

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Felt, 53 Godfrey Street, Chelsea Green, London SW3 3SX

A charming assortment of jewellery is included in Felt’s “Affordable Diamond Range” and “Fab Diamond Range” that sits alongside a diverse selection of designer jewellery. Felt also offer bespoke and remodeling services as well as a rental service for that very special occasion… / 

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Julie Cohn Design

Dallas, Texas-based artist, Julie Cohn is a self-taught jeweller. Cohn is inspired by nature, primitive ethnic forms, indigenous crafts, and old-world processes. She works directly in her chosen material rather than sketching her designs first. Julie Cohn’s pieces are designed to be worn together, layered, and stacked. Available at August LA and online. / 

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WHITE BIRD, 38, rue du Mont Thabor, 75001 Paris and  7, boulevard des Filles du Calvaire, 75003 Paris and 62, rue des Saints-Pères, 75007 Paris

Founded in 2010 by Stéphanie Roger, a former marketing executive with a passion for fine jewellery, White Bird offers a selection of designer jewellery, a collection that is hand-picked by Roger. White Bird has three pretty Parisian shops and an online store that ships worldwide. / 

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Pippa Small, 201 Westbourne Grove, London, W11 2SB and Brentwood Country Mart, 225 26th Street, Santa Monica, CA 90402

An ethical jewellery collection founded on the principles of sustainability, craftsmanship, traditions, and diversity. Pippa Small’s global travels are reflected in her designs, creating jewellery that unites her interests and influences in beautifully crafted, unique handmade pieces. / 

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Susan Alexandra, 33 Orchard Street, New York, NY 10002

The bright yellow shop façade of Susan Alexandra signals the playful and colorful jewellery and accessories that await inside. A rainbow of beads are fashioned into every manner of accessories, from jewellery and handbags to a line of dog collars and leashes so your pet can coordinate. 

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Grainne Morton

The unexpected juxtaposition of precious and found materials defines Grainne Morton’s delightful jewellery. Each unique piece is a work of art. Charms, jewels and vintage findings decorate bracelets, rings, and necklaces, like whimsical mini chandeliers. Irish jeweller Grainne Morton ships worldwide from her Edinburgh studio. / 

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Expect deliciously irreverent porcelain charms and happy pills from Kerchung. Worcester-based artist and illustrator, Karen Cheung, sells her jewellery via her website – but sign up for her newsletter and follow her on Instagram to be notified when she has shop updates as her work sells out fast. 

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Der Liebling

After apprenticing with a master jeweller in Istanbul’s Grand Bazaar, Banu Kent opened her own jewellery shop and studio in 2012. Der Liebling is like a tiny jewel box from its patterned tiled floor to the giant gold leaves suspended from the ceiling, the perfect foil for Banu’s gorgeous jewellery designs. /

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Rebus, 67-69 Leather Lane, London EC1N 7TJ

Hand engravers and goldsmiths, Rebus create intricately detailed bespoke signet rings following traditional methods. Located in Hatton Garden, London’s jewellery district, Rebus also offers custom pendants and cuff-links. / 

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Wolf & Moon

Expect to find jewellery inspired by nature, architecture, art, and design handmade by Hannah Davis and her team of makers in Wolf & Moon’s London studio. Various styles and combinations can be created from colourful acrylic shapes, a choice of sizes and finishes, and interchangeable charms. Worldwide shipping from London. / 

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Monili Mosconi

Each one-of-a-kind handmade piece is made from unique materials and elements by Monia Mosconi. Designing and creating jewellery is a passion project for Monia, who works in the entertainment industry. /


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