Trend Edit: Gothic Jewellery Designs

Posted on 16 December 2017

From cathedrals to castles, Britain and Europe are home to some of the world's most stunning gothic architecture. These gorgeous buildings have undoubtedly influenced the creative industries, as there is an abundance of contemporary designers finding new inspiration in the gothic aesthetic. Discover our edit of gothic jewellery designs. 




London-based brand Hjalte Jewellery was founded in Stockholm. After studying photography, founder and designer Susanne decided to conquer the third dimension by exploring her passion for jewellery design. This intricate and detailed flying barn owl necklace is cast in sterling silver and polished by hand. This gothic jewellery piece is guaranteed to cause a stir for all the right reasons.






By combining nature and art, The Wildness creates unique and striking gothic jewellery designs. Since founding their brand eight years ago, Wildness now design and make a wide range of pieces in sterling silver. We particularly love the roses bracelet, which summarises the brand’s vintage, edgy aesthetic.






When it comes to gothic jewellery, you don’t get a symbol more iconic than the skull. BlackDust Jewellery creates dynamic handmade jewellery for people who aren’t afraid to experiment with their personal style. We’re big fans of this statement ring, which commands attention.







Yasmin Everley is an emerging designer from North London. After being inspired by her mother, who is also a jewellery designer, Yasmin decided to found her own brand. This untamed Stag Beetle ring with intricate detail is a gothic jewellery design for someone looking to rock this look while avoiding skulls. We’re big fans.








Gisele Ganne founded her eponymous jewellery line in 2008 after graduating from the Royal College of Art. After honing her craft working for brands such as Stephen Webster and Tatty Devine, it’s little surprise that her own designs are worn by the likes of Lady Gaga and Florence Welch. Made in sterling silver and coated in gold, this necklace is a unique way to follow the gothic jewellery trend.




Which one of our gothic jewellery designs is your favourite? Let us know in the comments below or share on Twitter and Facebook!

You can also check out our full curated list of Gothic Jewellery here



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