Elizabeth's Latest Jewels
We invite you to discover the latest collection of bold, colourful jewels which each tell a story of heritage and craftsmanship.
“One of the wonderful things about our handmade rings is that the wearer gains great joy from looking down on a beautiful, precious or semi-precious stone.”
In the 18th century, for evening wear, ladies favoured diamond and pearl earrings, as this combination instantly lit up their faces in candlelight.
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“In the 1980s, I created many necklaces – a great challenge for me because of the immensity of the task.”
Elizabeth’s iconic bracelets include her intaglio carvings, the setting of ancient coins and other interesting artefacts.
Pins & Pendants
“They say that ‘necessity is the mother of invention.’ This became true for me in the 1980s when I observed that the change in fashion, which put women back into suits, would present me with a fine marketing opportunity for pins.”
“My very first pair of cufflinks were made for Cartier in New York and they have been a favourite ever since. I enjoy using enamel and molten gold, often incorporating coins or stones into the designs.”