Who We Are


Solange Azagury-Partridge

Solange Azagury-Partridge is a British designer known for her jewellery and interiors. Based in London, she is the founder of her own brand called Solange. Her jewellery is featured in the permanent collections of the Victoria and Albert Museum in London as well as the Les Arts Décoratifs at the Louvre Museum in Paris.

Self-taught, the first piece of jewellery Solange designed was her own engagement ring in 1987. Solange opened her first shop in 1995 and she was the Creative Director of Boucheron Paris from 2001-2004.

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Susan Farmer

After an initial stint on the How to Spend It pages of the Financial Times, Susan Farmer joined the De Beers Group as part of a nascent press and public relations department and stayed for thirty years.  This covered a variety of roles from encouraging fresh jewellery design to health and education projects in sub-Saharan Africa.  

One of her most enjoyable roles was the organization of the Diamonds-International Awards, the largest and most prestigious global jewellery design contest, known as the ‘Oscars’ of the industry.  DIA kick-started the careers of many prestigious jeweller/designers.

Susan Farmer has subsequently worked on a number of luxury brands, including LoveGold for the World Gold Council.  She is a Freeman of the City of London and a Freeman of the Goldsmiths’ Company, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and a member of the Society of Jewellery Historians.

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Theo Fennell

Theo Fennell was at Eton in the 1960’s and became their first pupil in living memory to go on to art college; first York and then The Byam Shaw. Beginning his career in portraiture, he soon realised he might starve if he continued down this path. It was by pure chance that he was then offered a job at the great silversmiths Edward Barnard’s where he discovered an aptitude and passion for silver and jewellery design and a huge respect for craftsmen and craftsmanship. He formed his eponymous company in the late 70’s establishing his Studio and Workshop in Chelsea where they are still based today.

There is a story behind every piece as he incorporates highly original, beautifully detailed design with the classical and romantic traditions. Theo takes great pride in being involved with every phase of the creation of these pieces to make sure that his vision is realised to the last detail. This means that every piece is distinctive and inspirational and bears the same sensibility.

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Shaun Leane

Celebrated world-wide for his modern romantic jewels that push the boundaries of contemporary design, Shaun Leane began his career training at the bench in London’s jewellery quarter, Hatton Garden. While working as a goldsmith, Leane began a long-standing collaboration with the late Alexander McQueen, creating provocative catwalk jewels that have become iconic milestones in the art of couture jewellery.

His creations have been described by Sotheby’s as “antiques of the future’’ and have seen the House of Shaun Leane receive recognition across the globe including Winner of U.K. Jewellery Designer of the Year, on four occasions, Walpole Best British Luxury Craftsmanship, and most recently, Fine Jewellery Brand of the Year at the 2016 UK Jewellery Awards.

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Stephen Webster

Stephen Webster, the London-based jewellery brand internationally heralded for its exquisite and cutting edge designs has flourished under Founder and Creative Director Stephen Webster. Stephen blends his love of traditional craftsmanship with his passion for music, fashion and art to produce contemporary yet eternally chic and glamorous jewellery.

From a modest upbringing near London, Stephen has attracted some of the entertainment world’s most alluring and glamorous clients and has established a loyal and evolving, global customer base. Stephen’s enthusiasm, commitment and unmistakable creativity have helped him to achieve numerous accolades including a three-time win of “British Luxury Jeweller of the Year Award”, ‘Diamond Jeweller of the Year’, “Jewellery Designer of the Year” and “UK Jewellery Brand of the Year”. 

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Carol Woolton

Carol Woolton is a writer, journalist and jewellery editor of British Vogue.

She has contributed to a variety of publications including Vogue titles worldwide, The Financial Times, Daily Telegraph, Spectator Magazine and Vanity Fair.

She is the author of four books covering the broad spectrum of antique and historic jewels to contemporary styles. The most recent, Vogue the Jewellery explored the relationship of jewellery and fashion over a century.

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