Thinking retrospectively about times before, the British jewellery label combines former design aesthetics with modern finishes to create stylish and unique pieces. The label takes its inspiration predominantly from architecture and shapes found within the collections chosen concept. Focusing on turning three dimensional elements into two dimensional drawings, which later become wearable. Each collection has evolved from a place, object or fashion and has been filtered and adapted to create numerous designs to stand together as jewellery collections.

 Seeing beauty in the past and wanting to reinvent forgotten ideas, the jewellery label puts a contemporary spin on their designs thought up in retrospect.

 The pieces are flat in perspective as if they were wearable drawings. This is a typical stamp from Retrospective Jewellery and enables the wearer to adorn themselves in removable tattoos. The designs are simple but strong and always in one colour metal. This allows the designs to stand out for what they are and makes them versatile for many occasions. The jewellery is worn worldwide and the label has been featured in publications such as Elle magazine, The Sunday Times and shown at Paris Fashion Week.

 Retrospective Jewellery use two mediums with two ongoing stories. The Costume Jewellery story is made from laser cut brass either 22ct Gold or Sterling Silver plated. These matt polished pieces are fun, edgy and striking to wear. The Sterling Silver Jewellery story is made from cast Silver and is available in 22ct Gold Vermeil. These high polished pieces are luxe, elegant and look stylish when worn. Retrospective Jewellery felt driven to create two stories because women have multiple needs and different looks dependant on how they feel or what they are doing. There is much expression to be had within the one jewellery label, making Retrospective Jewellery a versatile and modern one stop shop.