Jewellery

Oscar Wilde has it right…’One should either be a work of art, or wear a work of art’. The Courtauld Shop jewellery range offers an outstanding array of exclusive designs from independent UK and international designers ranging in materials and price to please all styles and budgets.

  • Marquetry Square Brooch

    Marquetry Square Brooch

    £45.00

    Handmade wooden marquetry brooch. Sturdy but light, each piece is hand finished and buff up with a wonderful shine when worn.


  • Bloomsbury-Inspired Ceramic Brooches - Assorted Designs

    Bloomsbury-Inspired Ceramic Brooches – Assorted Designs

    £15.00

    Handmade in Cornwall, these bespoke brooches depict patterns and designs by The Bloomsbury Group and Omega Workshops.


  • William Morris Acanthus Bangle

    William Morris Acanthus Bangle

    £20.00

    William Morris’ (1834 – 1896) ‘Acanthus’ wallpaper was originally printed in 1875. The acanthus leaf also decorates the majestic Corinthian columns of Classical Greek and Roman architecture, often symbolising immortality.


  • William Morris Acanthus Drop Earrings

    William Morris Acanthus Drop Earrings

    £15.00

    William Morris’ (1834 – 1896) ‘Acanthus’ wallpaper was originally printed in 1875. The acanthus leaf also decorates the majestic Corinthian columns of Classical Greek and Roman architecture, often symbolising immortality.


  • William Morris Acanthus Pendant

    William Morris Acanthus Pendant

    £15.00

    William Morris’ (1834 – 1896) ‘Acanthus’ wallpaper was originally printed in 1875. The acanthus leaf also decorates the majestic Corinthian columns of Classical Greek and Roman architecture, often symbolising immortality.


  • Amber Bee Brooch by Paula Bolton

    Amber Bee Brooch by Paula Bolton

    £95.00

    What stemmed from a chance meeting on a tropical island began an unforeseen chain of events resulting in The Paula Bolton Collection. Paula designs for some of the most prestigious Museum and Heritage shops in the world. New designs are produced every year for her collections.


  • Hepworth Pendant

    Barbara Hepworth Inspired Silver Pendant

    £75.00

    A stylish interpretation of a sensuous organic form entitled Spring by Barbara Hepworth
    (1903-1975).


  • Bee Earrings

    Bee Earrings by Paula Bolton

    £70.00

    What stemmed from a chance meeting on a tropical island began an unforeseen chain of events resulting in The Paula Bolton Collection. Paula designs for some of the most prestigious Museum and Heritage shops in the world. New designs are produced every year for her collections.


  • Bloomsbury Bangle

    Bloomsbury Bangle

    £30.00

    This bangle has been inspired by the works of The Bloomsbury Omega Workshop to add a statement splash to any look.


  • Bloomsbury Blue Cufflinks

    Bloomsbury Blue Cufflinks

    £35.00

    These cufflinks are inspired by designs from The Omega Workshops, founded by the artist and critic Roger Fry in 1913. Although the company only operated for six years, it was a powerhouse of radical designs from many of the most avant-garde artists of the day including Vanessa Bell, Duncan Grant, Wyndham Lewis, Frederick Etchells, Henri Gaudier-Brzeska and Winifred Gill.


  • Bloomsbury Cufflinks

    Bloomsbury Cufflinks

    £35.00

    These cufflinks are inspired by designs from The Omega Workshops, founded by the artist and critic Roger Fry in 1913. Although the company only operated for six years, it was a powerhouse of radical designs from many of the most avant-garde artists of the day including Vanessa Bell, Duncan Grant, Wyndham Lewis, Frederick Etchells, Henri Gaudier-Brzeska and Winifred Gill.


  • Bloomsbury Diamond Cufflinks

    Bloomsbury Diamond Cufflinks

    £35.00

    These cufflinks are inspired by designs from The Omega Workshops, founded by the artist and critic Roger Fry in 1913. Although the company only operated for six years, it was a powerhouse of radical designs from many of the most avant-garde artists of the day including Vanessa Bell, Duncan Grant, Wyndham Lewis, Frederick Etchells, Henri Gaudier-Brzeska and Winifred Gill.