Phoebe Coleman is a small independent jewellery brand based in London. Having studied Fine Art at University, Phoebe’s sculptural interests transferred into wearable pieces in the form of jewellery design, which she studied in California and London. Focusing on classic feminine design with an edge, all of Phoebe’s collections are designed traditionally by hand and finished to a high standard.
Phoebe launched her Contemporary Collections in 2010, which are made from sterling silver and 18ct gold vermeil plating. She endeavoured to make jewellery, which had the craftsmanship and look of 18 carat gold jewellery, without the price tag. Her first collection, Love Me Tender was inspired by tattoos. She wanted the designs to have the effortless feeling of wearing a personal meaningful piece of jewellery. Pieces you could forget were even there, that became part of your skin, just like a tattoo. After launching her collections, Phoebe's designs were used in fashion shoots for Vogue, Elle, Porter Magazine, Marie Claire, Grazia and many more in the UK and International publications, as well as worn by many celebrities and influencers.
After several requests from customers, Phoebe launched her Fine Jewellery collection in 2015, featuring a beautiful selection of Wedding & Engagement rings, family heirlooms and bespoke pieces. Anything you have in mind, Phoebe will endeavour to make. She often works with customers to adapt existing designs to suit their needs and wishes and she handpicks the best stones available, which she personally sources from her long-standing partnerships with premium stone suppliers. The importance of craftsmanship, premium service and quality of materials are at the heart of her work, along with a desire to make the best-suited pieces for her customers.
Phoebe Coleman often partners with charities like The Young Women’s Trust, to help support and empower young women. Educating, informing and helping younger generations is one of Phoebe’s passions, which is why she also teaches Jewellery Design at the British Academy of Jewellery in London. She enjoys sharing her knowledge of design and business, whilst helping others to improve and succeed in their endeavours by sharing some of the experience she has gained over the 15 years she has spent in the industry.