Designed and developed in a Yorkshire studio, Amanda Cox has been turning delicate observations into beautiful jewellery collections for years. Available in contemporary jewellery shops and galleries throughout the UK, Cox is swiftly making a name for herself as one of the most elegant designers around.
With a history studying jewellery and smithing at Plymouth College of Art and Design in the Mid 70’s and a stint as a designer/maker in Birmingham’s historic Jewellery Quarter and London, Cox has honed her craft. Over the years she’s flown between study, design and lecturing, returning to her original passion in 1998 – designing and creating jewellery collections at her studio.
“I always loved creating as a child and became passionate about jewellery making after my sister returned, jewellery clad, from the Isle of Wight Festival in 1970. I made costume jewellery from ironmongers wire and leather, sold it to school friends and had my first shop order when just a young teenager.”
Drawing inspiration from nature, Amanda designs bring closer the world around you. For centuries, the Oak has been a symbol of good luck, strength, new beginnings and spiritual growth. Amanda’s stunning Oak Collection captures this, created at her studio in silver and gold vermeil with freshwater pearls.
Similarly, her elegant signature range “Lily Collection” includes matching earrings, rings and pendants available in gold or silver and set with a choice of colours of freshwater pearl. These magnificent designs have adorned with subtitles that transcend the elegance beyond words. These are truly pieces and jewels that need to be appreciated up close and personal.
Seen in the latest issue of our print magazine, Vogue, Brides and Red, her designs are achieving worldwide acclaim. Cox creates not only beautiful bridal and partnership pieces, but also bold modern chunky designs which are unique and classic. Using nature, she can create vintage styles with retro jewels that serve as bold statement pieces that can transform an outfit.
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