Tatty Devine

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Tatty Devine

We’re official UK stockists of Tatty Devine jewellery. You can buy online or browse of collection of Tatty Devine jewellery in our Liverpool based shop.

Tatty Devine was founded in 1999 by Harriet Vine and Rosie Wolfenden. Their jewellery handmade designs are bright, inventive, whimsical and witty. Tatty Devine is unusual, distinctive, instantly recognisable and all about expressing yourself in a unique and fun way. Harriet and Rosie like to make jewellery that blurs the boundaries between fashion, art and culture.

Tatty Devine jewellery is always original. Every piece is designed and crafted by hand in their London and Kent workshops. Their signature style is bright, quirky, bold, colourful and fun. Inspiration comes from anything and everything. Signature pieces are often handcrafted into bright acrylic shapes, however you might also find pieces crafted from wood, textile, leather and veneers. They’re always developing their jewellery making techniques to move their jewellery designs forward

Harriet and Rosie founded Tatty Devine after meeting at the Chelsea School of Fine Art and making some leather cuffs from a bag of leather samples they’d found. They sold the cuffs at Portobello and Spitalfields markets and sold out every week. Their first jewellery collection was photographed by Vogue and from that point Tatty Devine jewellery was born.

Tatty Devine have had some amazing collaborations over the years with fashion designers such as Louise Gray and Peter Jensen and artists that include Rob Ryan and Gilbert & George. They have also made exclusive collections for the V&A Museum and The Tate.

Tatty Devine are not really celebrity led. They never send people jewellery in the hope they'll wear it - they prefer them to wear Tatty Devine out of choice. However, if you do want to know, Tatty Devine has been worn by Bjork, Beth Ditto, Claudia Schiffer, Kelly Osborne, Noel Fielding, Peaches Geldof, Katy Perry...the list goes on...

In 2013, Rosie and Harriet were awarded MBEs for services to the fashion industry.