Our world is one whereby the canvas is meticulously crafted gold: the paint; precious stones, the inspiration; the English garden and works of art; exquisite and timeless

Sculpting the world of designer jewellery

Our world is one whereby the canvas is meticulously crafted gold: the paint; precious stones, the inspiration; the English garden and works of art; exquisite and timeless

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British designer jewellery, Elizabeth Gage

British jewellery designer, Elizabeth Gage

One of the most influential jewellery designers of the last five decades, Elizabeth is an artist who uses gold and precious stones instead of brushes and paint.

She takes her inspiration from a wide range of influences including architecture, animals, art, and nature.

Our jewellery collection includes rings, necklaces, earrings, pins and brooches, bracelets, pendants and cufflinks.  Every piece is unique and we have a wonderful collection to suit a wide range of preferences.

Our Belgravia boutique is at 5 West Halkin Street, London SW1X 8JA

We are open from Monday to Friday from 10am to 5pm. No appointment is necessary but if you would like to contact us please email sales@elizabeth-gage.com or telephone 020 7823 0100

Latest Jewellery Creations

Pin: The Elizabethan Orchid Pin

Pin: The Elizabethan Orchid Pin

Ring: Grey Moonstone Ring

Ring: Grey Moonstone Ring

Earrings: Moonstone Drop Earrings

Earrings: Moonstone Drop Earrings

We offer a personal commission service

Latest Updates

Elizabeth Gage: Christmas gift guide

Whether you’re looking for some Christmas gift inspiration for your loved one, or you just want to treat yourself to some new party-ready jewels, Elizabeth Gage has something for every discerning jewellery lover.

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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.

Click on title above to view the video and hear Elizabeth's story.

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Technique of the Month

 

Before a piece can be enamelled the area to be enamelled must be hand carved and the gold engraved with a design which will enhance the enamel. This is a very important part of enamelling as the way the carved metal reflects light will affect the final colour of the enamel. Enamel is finely ground glass which is carefully applied to the gold before being fired in a kiln. 

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Jewellery Design

Jewellery Design

Elizabeth's Book

Elizabeth's Book

Jewellery Commissions

Jewellery Commissions

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