Julia Lloyd George

Julia Lloyd George trained at Sir John Cass School of Art between 1977 and 1980, after which she began designing jewellery for several well-known houses, including Garrards, where she produced collections under her own name.

Her love of colour and nature is manifested in a series of fruit, nut and leaf earrings and cufflinks that are embellished with cabochon emeralds, rubies and sapphires.


Image: Paraiba Tourmaline Wave Necklace

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