About Lauren Grace Jewellery

Lauren-grace-jewellery-at-the-bench

Fascinated from a young age with all things that sparkled and glittered, Lauren was always destined to become a jeweller.  She initially discovered her love for metalwork at school, then went on to study at University for the Creative Arts in Rochester, graduating with a degree in Jewellery and Silversmithing and also winning a Goldsmiths' Company precious metals bursary for her designs.

Inspired by childhood memories, decorative pattern and surface texture, Lauren uses traditional jewellery and goldsmithing skills to create pieces that are playful and unique, but also elegant and wearable. 

Making Your Jewellery

Each piece of jewellery is hand made and beautifully finished by Lauren in her London studio, so you can be assured of receiving an original and high quality piece of jewellery.

Lauren uses eco-friendly, recycled silver and gold wherever possible, and gemstones from reputable, ethical sources, so you can be certain your jewellery is conflict-free.

If you would like to find out more about Lauren's jewellery, keep up to date on news and events, and take a look at work in progress, you can do so here on the blog.

Sign up to Lauren's Facebook page, and Instagram feed for sneak previews of new collections, behind the scenes access, and occasional pictures of cats.

Fretz-jewellers-hammers-lauren-grace-jewellery
Birman-cat-spangle-lauren-grace-2.JPG
Stone-setting-work-in-progress-lauren-grace-jewellery

Hallmarking

London-assay-office-hallmarking-dealers-notice

Under the UK Hallmarking Act 1973, all articles of precious metals above a certain weight sold on the UK must be tested by the Assay Office and hallmarked.

Lauren Grace Jewellery is registered with the London Assay Office and you can see her personal hallmarks below.

 
Lauren-Grace-Jewellery-hallmarks.jpg
 

All jewellery over the exemption weight limit will be tested (assayed) and then marked to an internationally recognised standard of fineness, shown in parts per thousand, such as 925 (Sterling Silver) or 375 (9ct Gold). Smaller items of silver which fall under the exemption weight may not be fully hallmarked.