A magpie at heart with a collectors disposition, British jewellery designer Susie Warner trained at Sir John Cass and creates beautifully contemporary jewellery in Sterling Silver and 22ct Gold Vermeil from found vintage patterns. Reworked, renewed and embellished with precious or semi-precious stones, these vintage accoutréments are transformed in her London studio into contemporary pieces of jewellery, giving once discarded treasures a new lease of life.
Susie produces five collections per year, in addition to regularly collaborating with very well known names within the fashion industry and combines her experience in fashion trend prediction with her extensive knowledge of design and manufacture within her own ranges.
Objet Trouvé is our often fanciful, frequently enchanting and beautiful mainline range. Fashion led, we indulge every whim and fancy as the mood takes us and this season we have been greatly inspired by Art Deco and have created a wonderful collection featuring drops, filigree and exquisitely detailed charms combined with White Topaz, Rose Quartz, Amazonite, Lavender Jade and a sprinkling of Cubic Zirconia for some necessary sparkle.
Trousseau is our celebration of marriage. All brides should possess a collection of wonderful things to make up their trousseau and this season, we were delighted by the illustrations of Georges Barbier, and have created a beautifully romantic collection ornamented with bows, ribbons and pearl drops, embellished with Cubic Zirconia, White Topaz and Freshwater pearls.
A collector from birth and growing up in a veritable treasure trove, Susie adores the delicacy, attention to detail and often, sheer quirkiness of vintage and antique geegaws, bibelots and curios, and was determined to celebrate the beauty of these trinkets and trifles by transforming them into contemporary pieces of jewellery. Often whimsical, frequently amusing and consistently beautiful, Susie's designs remain always very feminine.
You can read more about us and keep up to date with all our various endeavours on our blog.
We'd like to thank the lovely Naomi Neoh and Ritva Westenius for the loan of their most beautiful gowns, worn by our fabulous showgirls Miss Banbury Cross and Sophia St Villier on our most recent photoshoot at Madame Jojo's.