These Are the Canadian Jewellery Designers You Should Know About
Looking to treat yourself? Look no further than these homegrown designs. Canada is flush with gorgeous jewels and gems thanks to all the established and emerging designers we’ve got on deck. Whether you’re looking for new pair of statement earrings, a delicate ring to add to your lineup or a personalized gift, we’ve rounded up a list of some of our fave Canadian jewellery designers to shop now.To get more news about new jewellery design images 2021, you can visit jewelryhunt.net official website.
Corrine Anestopoulos started Biko 15 years ago creating vintage-inspired jewellery that’s now a go-to for cool girls around the world. The Toronto-based designer uses mixed metals and natural stones to create her stunning, handcrafted pieces.
Making his debut at Indigenous Fashion Week Toronto in 2018, Warren Steven Scott creates one of a kind pieces with mixed materials like sterling silver and acrylic. In addition to his gorgeous jewellery pieces, he recently launched a collection of accessories with fellow Torontonian designers Opelle.
Emilie Nolan’s Oremme fine jewellery line focuses on “happy luxury” and that’s the perfect way to describe her unique, bold and often colourful designs. We’re big fans of all her pieces, especially the stackable Gemmie rings and Holden mini hoops.
White Feather Designs
Breanne Morrow crafts pieces for White Feather Designs—founded in 2007—in a basement studio in her farmhouse in Meaford, Ont. She uses raw metals and colourful enamels to create her modern designs.
Toronto-based stylist Lisa Gozlan recently started her namesake jewellery line specializing in custom and ready-to-wear pieces that can be worn alone or layered together. No matter how you style them, her swoon-worthy designs add interest to any ensemble.
Founded in 2013, Mejuri is *the* place to shop for fine, delicate jewellery. Using precious materials like 14k gold, sterling silver, diamonds and pearls to craft their pieces, this direct-to-consumer brand offer a little slice of luxury for a fraction of the price.
Toronto-based line Cadette was founded by Allison Asis in 2013. The line is full of classic-yet-whimsical pieces with Asis pulling her inspiration from 20th century art and sculpture.
With a lengthy list of celeb clientele—Selena Gomez, Taylor Swift and Awkwafina have all been spotted in her pieces—Toronto-based designer Jenny Bird creates modern, outfit-making jewellery that effortlessly fits into your closet.
Working with materials such as pewter, glass, resin, bronze and copper, Chagnon creates sculptural, contemporary jewellery out of her Montreal studio.
Founded by Angel Aubichon and Alexandra Manitopyes, Indi City creates “contemporary Indigenous fashion for everyone.” The Saskatchewan-based duo design handmade, vintage-inspired accessories using laser cutting techniques on acrylic for jewellery that makes a stunning statement.
Handmade in Vancouver, each piece in Wolf Circus’s jewellery line is created using recycled sterling silver or recycled bronze which is then coated in 14k gold plating. The result? Unique, thoughtfully designed necklaces, rings, bracelets and more. Consider us fans.
Crafting her pieces using lucite, Corey Moranis creates each of her designs individually by hand, with each one turning out subtly unique. Among her contemporary creations are rings, bracelets, earrings, necklaces and hair accessories that range from clear to bold colours.