Jessica Flinn Stainless steel blue lace cuff bracelet

Inspired by the lace in numerous portraits in the National Portrait Gallery's collection, from Elizabeth I to Mary Queen of Scots by way of the Somerset House Conference The beautiful blue colour is inspired by the popular Wedgewood china of 1759, when King George was on the throne.



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Jessica Flinn is fast becoming one of the U.K’s most exciting designers to hit the jewellery industry in recent years. The young up and coming designer graduated from Sheffield Hallam University with a metal work degree and now supplies over 50 independent outlets and a major high street chain within the UK with her modern and unique collections. She specialises in all aspects of production, design and manufacturing.

Jessica prides herself on keeping her business local, using Sheffield’s very own Stainless steel Jessica marries modern metalwork techniques with traditional ones, to create statement pieces of jewellery.  This fashion forward and original concept has produced an enviable collection of fresh and contemporary pieces that are sure to be desired by all.

These inspired designs are influenced by everything from the duchess of Cambridge’s wedding dress to the steel city itself.

The boldness of the metals, accented by luxurious lace make Jessica Flinn Design’s work eye catching and edgy. Already Jessica Flinn Designs have featured in GQ and Vogue fashion pages with more national press confirmed in the coming months.

In addition, an excited fresh new pastel inspired collection for Spring 2013 is in the pipeline, as well as new children’s line ‘Little Flinn’.

This trend awareness and precious talent have propelled Jessica to great successes seeing her listed in the Profession Jeweller Magazines Hot 100 and in November 2012 this year she reached the finals of the British Jeweller of the Year awards. With an international launch imminent and increasing interest from trade and consumer press as well as retailers, the brand has gone from strength to strength and is set to take the jewellery world by storm.



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