JeDeCo Designers Jewellery Pop Up shop at Jianhui London last day TODAY

LAST DAY: JeDeCo designers are set to pop up during London Design Week. The selling exhibition is held in the fabulous Jianhui London store in buzzing Gabriel's wharf. Why not come along to browse the sparkling jewellery in this unique location.
By: CAtherine Marche jewellery for JeDeCo
Sept. 25, 2011 - PRLog -- 12 Designers have joined together as part of the Jewellery Designers Collective  JeDeCo for a Pop Up shop to coincide with London Design Weekj and London Fashion Week from 17th to 25th September 2011.

The selling show is taking part at the beautifully extravagantly coral Jianhui shop in London and is  showcasing latest collections by  up and coming talented jewellers   Annika Burman,
   Catherine Marche,
   Emma Rose,
   Jessica de Lotz,
   Jianhu London,
   Linnie Mclarty,
   Rosemary Lucas,
   Siân Bostwick,
   Sima Vaziry,
   Zelda Cave

The jewellery collections are made in sterling silver, 18 carat gold and boast wonderful textures, gemstones, luscious pearls, silk
Jewellery on show includes earrings, cufflinks, cuffs, necklaces, chains, rings, brooches

Prices start at £ 35

Annika Burman
High end designer jewellery with an edge

With inspiration from such varied sources such as everyday objects and tools, to art deco, cartoons, art, science fiction and sculpture, the hand finished silver and gold designs are simultaneously elegant and bold, distinctive, yet timeless.

Catherine Marche

Catherine Marche designs and hand makes limited edition and bespoke jewellery characterised by its chic and elegance, with a hint of French playfulness. Her pieces are made in high carat gold and sterling silver, playing with the rich colours of precious gemstones and lustrous pearls. Catherine's collection includes engagement and wedding rings, rings, necklaces, pendants, earrings and bracelets. She believes that everyone deserves to look and feel stunning with beautiful and playful pieces to enhance their inner beauty and be a statement of the mood of the moment.

Emma Rose
Emma Rose creates beautiful, fantasy jewellery inspired by the natural world

Colourful and lightweight yet robust each piece is unique and customised to the clients desires. Echoing the forms of striking flowers, feathers and undersea creatures each is made from vibrant silk and nylon.

Jessica de Lotz
Hot 100's Jessica de Lotz creates narrative based jewellery which embodies heritage and evokes memories of times bygone

Most recently she launched her commemorative "Kate and Will Royal Wedding" collection at Smythson, (Bond Street)

Jianhui London
Growing up in a rural village in one of the poorest areas of China, Jianhui spent most of his childhood in the mountains where he became fascinated by the colourful displays of bright pink, purple and orange flowers. When he arrived in London he was inspired by the jewellery worn by the Capital's women and began recreating the beautiful flowers that had once captured his young imagination as elegant pieces of jewellery.

Keren Cornelius
Contemporary textile jewellery inspired by theatrical costumes and realised by traditional needlework skills

These distinctive pieces drape softly over the body, their delicate stitches finely worked in precious metals and carefully selected threads.

Linnie Mclarty
Award-winning designer Linnie Mclarty makes stunning jewellery in silver and Fairtrade gold

'jewellery with a refreshingly individual approach..dramatic, truly unique pieces' – Financial Times: How To Spend It.

MODICA Jewellery
MODICA Jewellery is the creation of award winning jewellery designer Bronagh Kennedy

Bronagh creates sculptural, statement pieces influenced by her background in architecture, love of sculptural forms and her skills in 3D modelling. All jewellery is created in Bronagh's central London workshop and is available at selected selling exhibitions and via MODICA's on-line boutique.

Rosemary Lucas

Jewellery by east-London based designer-maker Rosemary Lucas has classic style with a twist: sleek, sculptural forms in silver bangles, pendants and earrings and edgy asymmetric necklaces of gemstones with silver.

Siân Bostwick Jewellery

Siân Bostwick produces jewellery with a feminine style and a hint of wonderland inspired by the Kentish countryside in and a suggestion of fairytales. Combining colourful deep blue and rich purple anodised titanium, satin finished silver and delicate hand pierced detail creating jewellery that is everlasting.

Sima Vaziry
Handmade positive jewellery

Sima's work is inspired by Afghan and Persian art, calligraphy, architecture & textures and is a modern interpretation of the traditional. With her jewellery, she hopes to encourage positive feelings towards the region and to promote its ancient hidden beauty culture and heart.

Zelda Cave

Zelda's work is strongly inspired by natural forms, often taking on a very graphic style, which is then pressed out in precious metals or carved into horn, bone or ebony. Her work often draws on influences from Chinese, Japanese and Indian art and ornament, which has inspired great fairytale illustrators such as Edmund Dulac and Kay Nielsen and artists such as AuberyBeadsley and Ito Jakuchu.

JIanhui London
16 Gabriel Wharf,
South Bank, London SE1

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Catherine Marche designs and hand makes jewellery that is characterised by its chic and elegance, with a hint of French playfulness. She is a co founder of JeDeCo, Jewelery Designers Collective
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