Jessie Thomas: Between New Values and Tradition

The radical elegance that characterizes jewelry by Jessie Thomas is the result of an invaluable heritage

The designer and goldsmith Jessie Thomas learned the “craft” from her father, David Thomas, a famous English master goldsmith who, in the 1960s, helped create a new wave for gold jewelry: some of his pieces feature in permanent collections at institutions including the V&A and the Goldsmiths Company. Jessie now continues to work with her father in the family workshop in Chelsea, which also has a sales area open to the public. While strictly following traditional processes, the designer's unique style infuses each piece of jewelry with extraordinary contemporaneity.


Gold Chain Bracelet 

The value of a bond enshrined in large and small 18-carat recycled gold chains, illuminated by a central diamond. 

Wave Band 

Carved and cast by hand, this curved band ring features a pear-cut diamond set in platinum claws. 

Cluster Diamond Cuffs 

The simplicity of the design encounters the light of diamond clusters in a highly original pair of earrings. 

Open Ring 

Precious materials and strong shape, the ring has two bands, one in gold and one in diamonds, with a big central one. 

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