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Emma Lavery is a designer and maker of contemporary studio jewellery. Her work is deeply Influenced by a background in Fine Art, a great love of travel; inspired by Japanese design and Nordic sophistication, with an emphasis on slow fashion. #whomademyjewellery

Colour, contrast and innovative construction provide the key to her modernist aesthetic, with asymmetry and repetition playing important roles. Predominantly working in sterling silver, select pieces are accented by colourful gemstones, 18ct gold and Keum-Boo gold; in addition to exploring alternative materials such as Murano Glass and Polymer Clay.

Her aim is to create innately wearable, clean-lined geometric pieces that can be worn casually, formally or anywhere in between.

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A Commitment To The Craft

Made in the United Kingdom... Made by human hands...
Made not manufactured...

Emma is passionately committed to maintaining our heritage of crafts, her jewellery is designed to showcase the beauty of traditional craftsmanship while incorporating modern design elements.  Her creative process is driven by a cross-disciplinary curiosity that seeks to blur the line between art and jewellery design.

Every component of every piece is hand-made by Emma at her studio located on the outskirts of Bath. She focuses on creating bespoke designs and limited edition pieces using ethically sourced precious metals, gemstones, and sustainable packaging where possible. 

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Emma Lavery proudly holds a hallmark registered at The Goldsmiths' Company Assay Office in London.

A hallmark is a quality control mark on jewellery made of precious metal. All items that are legally required to be hallmarked will be done so, and stamped with ERL - Emma's Markers Mark, so you can be sure of the provenance, content and purity of our pieces.

Emma Lavery's Sponsors Mark registered with the London Assay Office


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