Brands

There are 38 brands
  • À la

    Two women who want to relive instead of renew. Two travellers who are boundless in different ways. Two collectors who want to reinvent identities. À la is the answer to the questions: what do we love and what do we like to share with others? À la tells stories of people, products and cultures.

  • Alex Monroe

    Located in London, Alex Monroe made jewelry for over 25 years. Inspired by nature and the English eccentricity, he imagines everyday elegant and refined jewelery.

  • All The Luck In The World

    "With Love from Amsterdam"

    The talented designer Nina Van Der Maagdenberg has surrounded herself with a dynamic and creative team to found All The Luck In The World.
    This young brand from Netherlands is spreading  its lucky jewellery and is starting to make itself known all over the world.


    You too, find the grigri that will bring you fortune !

  • Aurélie Chadaine

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    From the North of France, Aurélie Chadaine grew up surrounded of seamstresses who teach her the rigor and the precision of the sewing, but also, to recognize beautiful objects and the beautiful materials. Passionate about art, she studied in an Art College in Italia where she will learn the textiles traditions. Then, she went to India where she has graduated.

    Back in France, she became a textile designer. Aurélie will be the winner of Mittelmoda, the Green and Chic Award and the Italian Fabric Award competition. Then, she specialized herself in the leather products manufacturing and invented little heart pins, we love it!

  • Bandit Manchot

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    The Bandit Manchot brand was created by three women passionate about fashion and art: Marie-Laure Biscond, Anne Duquesnoy and Marie-Christine Frison.

    The leather postcards, previously abandoned at the back of tanneries, were collected by their skilled hands and were upcycled with care. Now you can write a letter thanks to these pieces of leather.

  • Be Maad

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    Be Maad is jewellery created by Laura Attias, jewellery for women who like to express their eccentricity and reinvent themselves.

    The collection is inspired by the designer's travels and combines both traditional techniques and current trends. We like the combination of semi-precious stones and noble materials for unique and historically charged jewellery.

  • Braï

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    Braï Jewellery. Claire Naa invites you with her second brand to customize your jewellery from an initial or a bunch of letters. Silver, gold or diamond ... On the front, the letter is composed of small highlights (in Braille), while on the back, it is translated "Black" (light)

  • Coming B

    The concept of this French brand is to offer everyday items, modern and accessible, in every new collection. Emphasizing simplicity and elegance, Coming B creates, selects and edits the designers involved in the development of a variety of objects. Its ambition is to respond with precision and timelessness to the needs and desires of a beautiful and functional everyday.

  • Delphes

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    The Delphes collection is the result of a jewellery and family tradition.
    Delphes was born from the hands of Delphine de Galzain, a native of southwestern France. Delphine's family has been working with jewellery for generations: her grandfather was a silversmith in Pau, her father a jeweller in Saint-Jean-de-Luz.
    It was in her father's workshop that Delphine, still a child, developed a taste for this precision and creative work...

  • Diamanti Per Tutti

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    A native of Antwerp, known for its diamonds, the brand Diamanti Per Tutti uses his position to make diamonds available to the greatest number. Overturning received ideas, DPT creates casual chic silver jewellery set with small diamonds or precious stones, synonymous with discreet luxury.

  • Elements Lighting

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    The Elements Lighting brand enhances your home with its characterful lighting. Combine the useful with the pleasant with the brand's LED bulbs, illuminated they will add a bright touch to your room and turned off they will be an original decorative object.

  • Froufrouz

    baniere-FROUFROUZ.jpgThe concept of accessories for shoe is former, but it had more or less disappeared! Delphine, the creator of Froufrouz, makes them live again in a more modern and more innovative way. She proposes a collection varied of sober or flashy, smart or relaxed motives, easy to carry or extravagant! Accessories to put on your shoes but also to clip on your shirts, your bags, your hats!

  • Good After Nine

    Good After Nine is a collection of naturalistic and fantasy jewellery created, designed and manufactured in Thailand, in Bangkok.

    Inspired by fairy tales and wonderful worlds, Good After Nine products are real illustrated jewels.
    An animal bestiary that plays with kitsch and precious.
    They are made with the greatest care and hand glazed for a painted effect.

    Let yourself be carried away into the fantastic world of Good After Nine and adopt your totem ring !

  • Hanka_ïn

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    Hanka_ïn. These jewels are born from the imagination of two sisters, Vanessa and Katia. Both from the world of fashion, they share the same love for jewellery. All in finesse and in delicacy, their collections are marked with a sensual femininity and a rock style.

    Among their best-sellers: the fine carved rings with semi-precious stones, with light reflections and hippie chic style.

  • I.Ma.Gi.N Jewels

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    The Belgian brand I.Ma.Gi.N Jewels is not the result of a creator but the result of a young and dynamic team in Antwerp, full of experienced designers and experts in precious stones.  I.Ma.Gi.N. Jewels use only precious metals and natural stones to create fashionable styles with a high quality.

  • La Fabrique de Naa

    La Fabrique Naa is a new approach to design. In her Paris studio, Claire Naa appealed to a apprentice jeweler trained at Jewelry school "Ecole du Louvre". This new collaboration gives way to imagination and aims to experiment new ways of creating.

  • Laura Galasso

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    Softdream is the jewellery brand created in 2016 by designer Laura Galasso, a universe that mixes retro style with modern, inspired by her travels between London and Bali. The designer uses solid silver gilded with 24-carat gold and decorates her treasures with semi-precious stones such as Lapis Lazuli, Peridot Agate or citrine for jewellery with a unique character.

  • Le Trésor des Pirates

    Le Trésor des Pirates. These clocks came from originally on Japanese ferries. At the time, they were automated and all connected together by cables to a master clock.

    Today, they work with a battery and are marked with the last date of inspection on boats prior to severing. Most of them are almost 40 years old !

  • Lovingstone

    Charlotte Heymann and Celine Alimi like both gemstones, colours and fashion. Place Vendôme has taught them everything. Their time with Cartier, Chopard and Boucheron give to them a boundless fascination with gems.  

    This invaluable experience sparked in them a desire to invent an another way to wear jewelry, with simplicity, spontaneity, gaiety and with momentum, and to dedicate it to all those who like them, and dream to wear it every day. Thanks to this dream, Lovingstone is born.

  • Marbella Paris

    With her Marbella Paris brand, designer Adeline Moniez is reinventing the art of jewellery. Halfway between jewellery and tattoos, her collection consists of skin jewellery, ephemeral tattoos that reposition themselves and sublimate their bodies. The manufacture of these skin jewellery is top-of-the-range, entirely handmade in France with a patented formula for jewellery that lasts and will follow you for a long time on all your occasions.

  • Marie-Laure Chamorel

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    Graduated from the Parisian School of Applied Arts Duperré and worked with Kenzo and Balmain, Marie-Laure Chamorel decides to launch her own jewelry in 2006. She began collaborating with Balinese artisans to offer 100% handmade jewelry. Bracelets and necklaces collections combine wonderful gold, silver, silk, embroidered fabric and vintage beads.

  • Mary Gaitani

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    After studying architecture, Mary Gaitani trained at the jewellery store in Florence, Italy. Originally from Greece, this meticulous and precise young woman offers handmade jewellery filled with freshness and purity, in her image.

  • Mishanto

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    The origins of Mishanto date back to the 18th century, at the time of the Silk Road.
    This jewelery house was founded by the Abram family, originally from a Central Asian emirate persecuted by the Soviet Red Army...

  • Origami Jewellery

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    Since 2008, the duo of Parisian designers Claire Naa and Arnaud Soulignac transform Japanese folding into Origami Jewellery.

    The solid silver collection is made with animal forms (crane, swan, rabbit, pegasus, triceratops) and geometric shapes (boats, decagem, magic ball). In the collection, you will find origami’s necklaces, long necklaces or earrings...

  • Perrine Taverniti

    Inspired by the fashion design, Perrine Taverniti showed her talent in front of famous designers such as Christian Lacroix.
    Her collections are all influenced by her deep interest in Art.
    She is offering beautiful and powerful jewels to bring a trendy look. 
    You won’t resist to her big chains and it’s majestic crystals.
  • Perry de la Rosa

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