7 Independent Jewellery Brands To Shop Today

7 Independent Jewellery Brands To Shop Today

Cards at the ready? Here are some of the cult indie brands that the Restless team are head over heels for 

As the shops of the UK cautiously reopen their doors, it’s a good time to reflect on where we want to spend our cash. 

Supporting small and independent businesses is more important now than ever before, so, we’ve rounded up the best jewellery brands the internet has to offer. Cards at the ready? Here are some of the cult indie brands that the Restless team are head over heels for. 

Chalk Jewellery 


Chalk is a London based design studio run by Malaika. Handmade in London, each item is bold, colourful and unique. Influenced by her career as an architect, expect clean lines and statement jewellery. We recommend the timeless Navi earrings. 


Sondr London

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*NOW ENDED* E A S T E R G I V E A W A Y ! Happy Easter weekend everyone! As promised, I'm running my first ever giveaway in order to bring a bit of joy with jewellery at a time where people might need a bit of a pick me up. So here's what's on offer: – The Lea or Leo necklace in 18kt gold plated bronze or sterling silver worth £150 🦁. Favourites from the first collection and talismans for self-belief, our fiery felines are a reminder to keep that lioness spirit alive. To enter: – You must be following Sondr London – Tag a friend you think might also love the necklace – For an extra entry, share this post in your story – Max 2 entries (multiple tags still count as one entry) Terms: – Your necklace will be made especially for you once the current restrictions allow me to do so and our workshop is back up and running. That means a bit of a wait but I promise it's worth it! – It will come with either a 16" or 18" cable chain of your choice – You have until midnight on Monday 13th April to enter – Winner will be chosen at random on Saturday 18th April and contacted via DM Good luck everyone!! 🖤🐣🦁 This competition is not affiliated with Instagram.

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Sondr London creates unique gold and silver pieces. Think occasionwear, designed for the everyday. Run by Sham, each item is carefully designed in London’s Hatton Gardens. We love the Leap of Faith necklace. 



Stilnest cut the middlemen. Shipping direct from jewellers, and only starting production once a product is ordered they ensure that their collection is kind the earth, as well as to your bank balance. We love the Moon Seal necklace.




Born out of a love for vintage jewellery, Blóma is all handmade by Georgia. With a focus on ethical and slow fashion, her timeless and quirky pieces make the perfect gift. We recommend her trademark floral earrings.


Margo Ceramics 

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Sunny bumps (they’re available in my online shop 🌱)

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Handcrafted by Eva, Margo Ceramics create designs that are one-of-a-kind and ethically minded. Featuring porcelain, stoneware and recycled silver that is then repurposed and sandcasted into new objects. We’re head over heels for Eva’s trademark wishbone hoops. 


Jwllry by Jade

Jade, owner and designer of Jwllry by Jade creates easy to wear jewellery, as well as bespoke items. Ethically sourced and created with care, Jade’s products make the perfect gift. We recommend the Emma Hoops – but, move fast. Like all of her products, they sell out. 



Created by Sara, Kano’s jewellery is all handmade in Nottinghamshire. Despite their size, each earring is created with lightweight, high-quality polymer clay. Quirky, modern accessories that are perfect for a night out – Kano’s products are also a bargain. We love the Nero earrings

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