Our Favourite Jewellery Designs From Pinterest

Like many jewellery lovers and fans of the aesthetically pleasing we’re huge fans of the social media platform Pinterest. Not only is it a source of ideas and inspiration, it has also become a very important launch-pad for independent designers and artists to showcase their work to a worldwide audience, without the expense of a fashion show or trade campaign.

We’re absolutely staggered by the amount of truly breathtaking jewellery designs we’ve come across on Pinterest and we thought it was only right that we share our favourites with you. Below is just a handful of the jewellery pieces that have really caught our eye:

3d printing has been in the news a lot recently and it hasn’t taken long for jewellery designers to start experimenting with this new technology with amazing results.

This beautiful sculpture necklace was a collaboration between US based designers Hannah Soukup and Ludovico as part of a collection for New York fashion week. Other designs from the collection can be found here

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This second necklace is another collaborative piece, this time by Phil Renato & US based Designer & Metal Smith Richard Elaver. There’s only one word to describe this piece – stunning!!

You can see more of Richard’s work on his website


















We love the use of contrasting colours in the necklace below. The innovative integration of the chain and pendant is wonderful and so unique.

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The necklace is the creation of San Francisco designer Vanessa Gade and you can see more equally beautiful examples of her work here.


This fourth necklace instantly caught our eye for very obvious reasons. It is the creation of Sea Of Bees Jewellery who are based in sunny Florida, US. All of their pieces are handmade and they’re evidently a very talented bunch.

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Emma Ware is a designer and artist we’ve been aware of for a while so it was no surprise to discover that these exquisite earrings are one of her creations. Each piece of jewellery is a one-off and Emma’s collection is full of incredible designs. http://emmaware.co.uk/shop/

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Elise Dray is evidently a designer with huge talent. This ring  is only a small part of a breathtaking collection. We had never heard of Elise until we were introduced to her work by Pinterest but it’s safe to say we’re now big fans.

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We loved everything about this bracelet the moment we saw it. Jolanta Bromke is another designer we hadn’t heard of but if this piece is anything to go by we expect we’ll be hearing her name a lot more. The bracelet is handmade using leather and silver, and the use of colour to highlight the butterflies just works so beautifully. Unfortunately Jolanta’s website is in Polish but with the help of Google Translate we were able to find out a bit more about her wonderful jewellery.

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Kuntee Sirikrai is a jewellery artist/designer who graduated from the Royal College of Art, London. Her designs are inspired by slow motion movement. Kuntee is another designer who utilises 3d printing technology to create her masterpieces and her work is extraordinary. This bracelet is one of our favourites but the whole collection is outstanding.

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Although this skeleton bracelet won’t be everyone’s cup of tea, you can’t deny it makes a statement. We’re unsure of the creator of this unusual design but after a bit of digging around we found where it is available to buy (if you’re feeling bold).

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We could go on and on and on. There are just so many unusual, beautiful and innovative jewellery designs on Pinterest that we could add a part 2, 3, 4 and 5 to this article but rather than do that we suggest you take a look for yourself www.pinterest.com


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