Treasure London 2013


  Treasure London

Just over a week ago we took part in this years Treasure Jewellery Show.

Treasure was held in the beautiful surroundings of Somerset House.

We had a great time meeting customers face to face and meeting exciting new designers.

Here are a few that caught our eye here at Alice Menter Jewellery.

Lion Studio jewellery is new to treasure and makes amazing statement pieces with 

oversized Swarovski crystals and graphic silhouettes of skulls and triangles.

Here is a picture of my assistant wearing one of Lei's amazing necklace.

Grace Du Prez is also new to Treasure and her work is textile based which you don't see at Treasure very often.

Grace's work is about exploring how we wear jewellery and what we perceive to be jewellery.

After recently graduating from Royal College of Art with an MA in Mixed Media Textiles, she has gone on to

explore how textiles can be used as jewellery pieces.

Grace uses machine embroidery to embellish her leather shapes and even uses hair in some pieces. 

She is definitely one to watch. Check out her jewellery below.

Graces Model wearing ear and nose ring piece.

We also came across some beautiful fine jewellery from Aijade Jewellery.

The pieces are so beautifully crafted it really reminded us of the intricate jewellery of the Art Deco Period,

but with a modern twist. So beautiful, glamourous and decadent.

Check out their website here. The Window of Love necklace is definitely worth a look.

Other designers to look out for are Tessa Metcalfe who casts real pigeon feet and combines the feet

with beautiful pearls and other stones.

Jessica De Lotz was also right next door to us with her amazing and unusual jewellery. 

We are number one fans of her work especially her personalised wax seal pieces. 

Another designer that caught my eye was SOS jewellery. The designers work is stunning.

Inspired by contemporary architecture and the simplicity of straight lines.

She also wants jewellery to be versatile so has created jewellery which can 

transform into a pair of earrings and a ring or be put together to make a bracelet.

So you don't have to wear the same piece of jewellery all the time and in the same way. 

Check out our twitter page for images of us at Treasure London.


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