In a world where free wide spaces for discovery, wilderness, silence, purity and unity are disappearing as fast as globalisation expands, I choose to light the fiery fury of our souls.
I choose to believe in a world filled with sparkling lights and loving hearts.
Let’s be fearless knights in gleaming armours.
Let’s love and dream of shiny precious things that celebrate the secret light hidden in each beating hearts.
"I like to bring a little magic and fantasy into your worlds with my jewellery and wearable art."
All design are crafted by hand in my jewellery studio, and made in recycled precious silver and gold. I value in high quality standard and I work with the best craftsmen of Hatton Garden, the jewellery quarter of London.
I love to share my passion for jewellery with people!
I promote my passion for jewellery by teaching up and coming jewellers in London, and since more than ten years, whenever it is possible, I lead jewellery workshops with young vulnerable adults in India, in collaboration with Basic Human Needs NGO.
I am an award-winning Swiss-French jewellery designer based in London since more than ten years. I came to London to attend the innovative Master Jewellery Programme at the Royal College of Art of London.
I decided to launch the brand Aurelie Dellasanta Jewellery following a career of creating unique contemporary designs which have been internationally exhibited in galleries and museums such as MAD New York, LACMA Los Angeles and COLLECT in London.
Extensive travel to India and Mexico, and the urban London landscape strongly influence my work. Mixed cultures become theatres of inspiration for me where I mixe genres and social codes in my jewellery designs.
My brand presents series of innovative designs, unique pieces, as well as ethical jewellery pieces developed with young adults in India (Jeevan Collection).
Since the launch of my brand, the fresh and elegant collections have received great attention from the public and has won many competitions such as IJL KickStart 2019, Shine 2019 and a grant from the British Allied Trades Federation
To see my previous contemporary jewellery work go the Archive page.