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Tatty Devine

Perspex jewellery handmade in England

Tatty Devine was set up in 1999 by Rosie Wolfenden and Harriet Vine and is still run completely independently. Tatty Devine has become a cult classic of British fashion with its witty, offbeat designs. Rosie and Harriet design every piece, and 99% of the jewellery is made by hand in Tatty Devine's own workshops (one in London and one in Kent). Each year, two main collections are launched at London Fashion Week.

‘We’ve been designing and making jewellery since 1999, and we still design and make almost everything in our own workshops in England.’

Perspex silhouettes are Tatty Devine's signature style, but you'll also find pieces created in textiles, wood, leather, veneer and enamel. They are continually developing new techniques to produce unique and exciting designs.

Tatty Devine loves to collaborate with other creative people, whether they work in art, music or fashion. Ashish, Peter Jensen and Basso & Brooke have all turned to Tatty Devine for statement catwalk pieces, and pieces have been created especially for Rob Ryan, Tate, Selfridges and Gilbert & George.