Natalie Perry Jewellery

Natalie Perry Jewellery

Natalie Perry creates sustainable everyday luxury jewellery inspired by the stories she has collected on her travels. Each piece is made using recycled gold and silver, Fairtrade Gold and ethically-sourced gemstones and conveys themes of unconventional beauty, imperfection and disintegration, with a delicate and fragmented aesthetic.

Natalie developed her signature style and craft at Middlesex University and worked as a jewellery designer in Jaipur, India, where she specialised in fine hand rendering of traditional Kundan Meena jewellery. She went on to launch Natalie Perry Jewellery at London Fashion Week in 2017 and makes each piece at her studio in London.

Her debut collection Floral Fragments, celebrates the disintegrating beauty found within the fading monuments of India. It is inspired by the ancient floral paintings that adorn the walls of the Rani Mahal in Bundi, Rajasthan. Once a palace built for the wives and mistresses of the original rulers, it is now an abandoned fort overgrown and overrun with wild monkeys. The collection is built around a fragmented floral symbol which represents strength, completeness and femininity for the wearer and is depicted in delicate gold filigree, embellished with diamonds. Each piece hints at the palace’s forgotten grandeur and imagines the jewellery treasures of the women who once lived there.

Since the brand's launch Natalie has gained industry acclaim having been named Young Designer of the Year 2018 and Ethical Collection of the Year 2017 by Professional Jeweller. Natalie’s designs have been featured in leading magazines and newspapers including Stylist, Marie Claire, Red and The Times.


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