Phoebe Coleman is a London jewellery brand based in Primrose Hill. 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. Phoebe’s mission was to create beautiful jewellery with texture and detail in simplistic forms that surround a narrative. 

Each season Phoebe starts with an emotive story, and builds the motifs and images around this. She makes sketches of details that she may find on artefacts in the museums of London or on her travels, in books, antique jewellery or in nature. Phoebe makes the precious masters at her jewellery bench, before moulds are made in order to reproduce the iconic motifs using the ancient lost wax process of casting, which has been used for thousands of years. The silver pieces are then assembled in the studio before being polished and plated in a layer of 18ct gold. Phoebe uses the most skilled stone setters in Hatton Garden and the best plating company in the country and is passionate about the British jewellery industry.

Phoebe also offers a bespoke design service for wedding and engagement rings, family heirlooms, tokens of love and precious gifts for loved ones. If you have something in mind, please email Maddy at to make an appointment with Phoebe. She has access to beautiful precious stones through her stone dealers and uses 18ct yellow, white or rose gold; diamonds, sapphires, rubies, emeralds and many more beautiful stones. Anything is possible. 

The jewellery has been described as elegant, feminine and classic, with an edge, and is known for Phoebe’s iconic collection Love Me Tender – delicate diamond cut hearts inserted into fine gold chain. The jewellery is worn by Alexa Chung, Poppy Delevingne, Natalie Dornan, Ellie Goulding, Foxes and has been featured in the best fashion publications in the world, notably Harper's Bazaar, Britsh and Italian Vogue, Elle, Grazia, Marie Claire and many more.


We are proud to announce that Phoebe has been nominated as
Jewellery Designer of the Year by the UK Jewellery Awards.