Elizabeth Gage's Orlov Ring
“I like my rings to have a good weight so when they are picked up one is not disappointed.”
Elizabeth Gage has sculpted the world of jewellery
The world of Elizabeth Gage is one where- by the canvas is meticulously crafted gold: the paint; precious stones, the inspiration; the English garden and works of art; exquisite and timeless
We invite you to explore the timeless and unconventional world of Elizabeth Gage and her most recent creations.
The Salon at Elizabeth Gage
Since 2013, 'The Salon at Elizabeth Gage' resides at 5 West Halkin Street. At this address, not only do we have our intimate and discrete salon but also the whole Elizabeth Gage team. Just like each of Elizabeth's works of art, we believe that the Elizabeth Gage experience is a truly unique and exemplary one.
Elizabeth originally trained as a goldsmith and therefore always knows how she wants a piece to be made as she designs it. With craftsmanship and an unrivalled savoir-faire, exquisite quality being at the centre of her artistry, Elizabeth employs a variety of techniques in her works. We invite you to follow our ‘Technique Series’ which will take you through each of Elizabeth’s techniques. The next of this series will be ‘Repoussé’.
Town & Country's Isla Cunnigham came to our salon in Belgravia to meet Elizabeth and discover the unique world that Elizabeth and her timeless jewels have created over the past 50 years.
We invite you to click on the video and hear Elizabeth's story.
“I named the Templar ring after the Knights Templar (the first Bankers in Europe). This ring has an architectural quality about it, similar to the banners and pageantry of the 14th I have designed this ring in so many different variations and even now, years later, I can still create new motifs and symbols for them. The Templar ring can be worn first thing in the morning and hold its own at a very grand dinner – a versatile ring that can be either simple or detailed.”