the quarter workshop birmingham

Designer silversmithing studio in the heart of the Jewellery Quarter 

The Quarterworkshop brings you hand crafted unique items from silverware to engagement rings and bespoke jewellery and make your own wedding ring workshops. 

Bespoke jewellery and jewellery redesigning: Sherry jewellery is one of the leading jewellery designer-maker studios. Run by Chris and Ruth Sherry, who are both Fellows of the Institute of Professional Goldsmiths. They specialise exclusively in making bespoke precious jewellery, fulfilling private commissions for clients worldwide.

A contemporary designer jewellery boutique in North London

Alexis Dove specialise in contemporary bespoke commissions, including unique and unusual engagement and wedding rings. We also work with a wide range of gemstones including unusual rose cut diamonds, Victorian old mine cut diamonds, fancy sapphires, ruby, spinel, tourmaline and beryls.

Established in 1995 Stephen Einhorn has become synonymous with quality, exclusivity and cutting edge design within contemporary British men's and women's jewellery. With a focus on bespoke jewellery and original design, Stephen Einhorn is admired and well loved by both industry creatives and his loyal customers who stretch from his hometown of London to Paris, Hong Kong and the Hollywood Hills.

Tiffany rings are not manufactured—they’re handmade.
Designed. Crafted. Not by machines on an assembly
line but by people. Many of whom come from generations
of jewellers and artisans. Therefore, no two rings are the
same. Just as no two loves are the same.

Founded in 1847 in Paris, Cartier stands as one of the world’s most esteemed and respectful Maisons in the luxury goods industry.

This unique area dates back more than 250 years and is still home to over 500 jewellery businesses.  A designated conservation area with over 200 listed buildings, it has been described by English Heritage as ‘a unique historic environment in England – a national treasure’, which has few, if any, parallels in Europe.  The Jewellery Quarter also contains Birmingham’s last remaining Georgian Square in the tranquil surroundings of St Paul’s, with its fine restaurants, bars and galleries.