London based jewellery designer, Deborah Blyth began designing in 2004, whilst living in Italy. Her passion for the arts and love of nature combined to influence her process, which finds beauty in imperfections.
Deborah’s love for swimming and the restorative power of water began as a child living by the sea. Swimming has been her stress reliever and is where her best ideas are born.
Each piece of jewellery is created from start to finish within a small area of North London. Designs are hand crafted through the process of lost wax casting in her studio, and stone setting takes place nearby in Hatton garden. Deborah is very mindful that the business be as sustainable as possible, and so she uses recycled silver and gold in all of the pieces.
Many pieces are embellished with baroque pearls, the fluid sensuality of textured gold or semi precious stones for everyday luxury that can be worn from day to night. Deborah ensures the highest quality in all her creations.
As a lover of the arts, from which Deborah draws much inspiration, she wanted to create sculptural “objets”; a natural progression from her jewellery design. During lockdown, finding solace at home, it felt the perfect time to create a collection of functional art. Beautiful, practical pieces which add a sense of luxury to everyday life.
Deborah Blyth at Home
Deborah adores candles so designed candleholders in molten forms that appear to be an extension of the dripping candle, and small dishes which can be used for anything from condiments to cufflinks. The pieces are crafted from brass and plated in 18 carat gold, they have tactile elegant forms, simple but impactful.