About Lee Renée
“This London-based jewellery designer's unusual pieces are loved by women with an eye for the unique.” Vogue Magazine.
Beautifully designed and expertly crafted, Lee Renée pieces make timeless additions to any jewellery collection. Everything is skilfully handmade here in London by our small team of Hatton Garden's finest craftspeople, combining traditional techniques and modern technology to achieve our signature blend of delicate and detailed jewellery, influenced by Lee’s love of nature and the great outdoors.
To us, jewellery is as precious as the planet that inspires it. That’s why we craft ours using only recycled precious metals and sustainably sourced gemstones and diamonds. You can read more about our approach to sustainable jewellery making on our ethics page.
Our Journey So Far…
Lee launched her brand in 2012 after spending 5 years retraining as a goldsmith under some of St. Martin's and Hatton Garden's finest.
Her work has won industry awards for its creativity, has been displayed at Kew Gardens and regularly graces the fashion pages, with Vogue magazine voting her into their 'jewellery designers to watch' list. Lee is also a member of the British Jeweller's Association (BJA) and the British Pearl Association (BPA).
We hope you have as much fun wearing our jewellery as we do making and creating it for you.
A Message From Lee
We’re celebrating 10 years in the jewellery business this year and still going strong - thanks for supporting us, it means the world to our small team.
I haven't always been a jewellery designer. I actually started off in advertising before making the switch. Yes, it was scary and a lot of hard work, but I love what I do and can’t imagine doing anything else. It took 5 years of retraining and studying while working a second job, followed by a goldsmith apprenticeship before I set up as an independent, ethical jewellery maker in July 2012.
But here we are. 10 years later. 100s of designs in. A studio in Hatton Garden. A fabulous team of talented goldsmiths who help me make all your jewellery. And with Ted, the cutest studio labradoodle ever. Blimey, who’d have thought it?
So first of all, thank you. To each and every person who’s checked out my website, bought one of my designs, left a review or liked a post from us on social media. You don’t know just how much your support and kind words mean.
And secondly, if there’s anything I’d share from my experience with all you budding creatives and career switchers out there, it’s this: Never give up, it might take longer than expected but it will bring you so much joy when you get there. Oh yes, and get a dog - they really do change your life.
Here’s to the next 10 years,