Kathleen Jackson Jewellery is a fine jewellery company that designs and creates unique collections, limited edition items, and bespoke client commissions. Our designs take many different forms such as, though not limited to, engagement/ wedding/ eternity/ dress rings, pendants, earrings, bangles, and cufflinks.
Our jewellery desire is to make innovative pieces of wearable art which portray an individuality rarely captured in the world today (be it the designers' personality or the commission clients unique inspirations) while ensuring an ethically minded and eco-friendly conscience remains at the heart of the company.
Our aim in life is to leave a big impact on people and a small impact on the globe; and so, client satisfaction is of the utmost importance alongside the ability to use sustainable, recycled, fair trade, and/or ethical products as much as possible; including fairly traded gemstones and conflict free diamonds, limiting energy and chemical use during production, and even ensuring our jewellery boxes are made of materials from a sustainable source.
Kathleen Jackson's personal jewellery experience has spanned over 10 years and she has been creating private commissions and designer collections since 2008. As well as achieving a four year Jewellery BA (Hons) degree in London, Kathleen undertook multiple work placements during that time, including varied roles within the jewellery and creative arts industry, to further her knowledge and skill level; she then went on to become a manager of a small jewellery store in Hertfordshire before accepting a position at an award-winning jewellery design company where she remained for 5+ years working as an in-house designer (specialising in engagement, wedding & eternity rings). Having had some time off to have her two children, the timing was finally right to follow her passion and launch 'Kathleen Jackson Jewellery' full-time.
"I've always been arty and was brought up to be creative. My personality and interests have been strongly influenced by a childhood spent in imaginitive play, watching a favourite film with my older sister, and collecting things that I considered to be beautiful (even if that did include snails and rusty keys). I wasn't to know that my collections of 'treasure' would lead on to a career in jewellery, but it all fell into place on my Art Foundation course when I realised that jewellery design was all I wanted to do. My designer collections are often inspired by textures and forms found under the sea, and uniqueness has always had a key role in my work - in terms of both my client commissions and my collections - I love to develop bespoke designs with each individual client enabling them to express their personal emotions, stories, and styles through wearable art and meaningful items."
Kathleen Jackson, 2009.