Amanda Coleman works with gold, silver and semi-precious stones to produce beautiful jewellery. She crafts intricate designs that are totally unique and full of character and individual charm.
Amanda’s parents were potters and painters so her upbringing was surrounded by creativity. She started a little business at the age of 13 selling buttons and beads that she made out of polymer clay to shops in Derby and Nottingham. Her education revolved around Art and Design where she realised her love lied with intricate design and working with tiny pieces of precious metals to create beautiful items. In 1998 she graduated from the Royal College of Art and set up her own workshop in London.
Her work has been influenced by parenthood, the experience of raising her two children. She explains: ‘I have found that becoming a mother has helped me to get a fresh perspective on my designing. Seeing the world through the eyes of my children has ignited an interest in fairytales, mystery and magic and developed a fascination of bugs and flowers that might have previously gone unnoticed, all of which have found their way into my designs over the recent years.’
Amanda Coleman's jewellery takes inspiration from the natural environment around her. The high level of craftsmanship captures the detail of the natural forms her work emulates. All of the jewellery is made by hand by a team of skilled jewellers using the highest quality materials and delivering quality and passion to customers from around the globe.