Representing the creative future

Five Independent Jewellery Designers to Discover

A hand-picked selection of the most exciting jewellers to support

Next time you are in the look for accessories, support emerging designers that push the craft of jewellery to a space between experimentation and wearability.

Isabel Bonner 

Founding her eponymous brand in 2018 stylist and jewellery designer Isabel Bonner creates pieces that can be admired both on the body as accessories and as objects of conceptual art. Hand made in New York City, Isabel’s designs are materialised through petrified wood, crystal pearls, and sterling silver; creating modernist-inspired pieces which fuse innovation with classic craftsmanship.

Georgia Kemball

When viewing one of Kemball’s mystical pieces, it’s no surprise she’s one of the most hotly-tipped new creatives on London’s fashion scene. Fresh off the back of collaborations with Chopova Lowena and Dilara Findikoglu, Georgia’s irreverent designs have an almost shamanic quality; reoccurring imagery of goblins, cherubs, and medieval-esque lettering are forged in her London studio using tactile, raw-edged globules of gold and silver, embracing the beauty of the hand-made.


Marseille-based label JUANITA CARE, founded by designer Adrien Flores, specialises in oral adornment, making subversive grills, face and mouth jewellery. Flores’ work, ranging from grills punctuated with acrylic-glass spikes, flame-shaped gold grills, silver duct-tape-shaped mouthpieces and gem-stone inlaid tooth caps have caught the eye of fashion designers, musicians, and photographers, including Danni Harris, Yung Lean, and Fedor Diakonov.

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Rebekah Kosonen Bide

Subverting renaissance silhouettes with heavy metals, scrawled engraving, and sensual shapes, Australian-born Rebekah’s ‘Objects of use’ contort traditional jewellery standards creating pieces that you want to treasure forever. Lighter-cases hand-etched with Louise Bogan poetry, recycled-gold and pearl initial necklaces fastened with black-velvet ribbon, and wire-worked pendant earrings inspired by German folkloric costume are handcrafted using a combination of experimental and traditional techniques.


Founded in 2018 by Victoria Hatcher, London-based brand Moya is inspired by traditional Taxco jewellery along with mid-century architecture and artists such as Constantin Brancusi and Jean-Michel Frank. Effortlessly chic pieces, designed to move and flow with the body are Moya’s signature; fluid yet bold spiral hoop earrings, rams-horn-shaped pendants, and sculptural tear-drop earrings are expertly forged in clean swathes of 18ct gold and silver.