From her childhood dreams of life as a treasure hunter, Lisa’s curiosity for ancient objects paved the way for an inspired career as an award-winning jewellery designer and passionate antiques collector.
From the mesmerizing architectural motifs of gothic churches to the jewelled colours of miniature Indian paintings, the details and allure of old-world style has long captivated her heart.
Upon discovering the art of wax-carving, lisa knew it was the perfect medium for combining her love for art, gems, and history in the creation of modern heirlooms.
The fusion of antique and modern references, the finest in sustainable materials and the desire for stylish wearability have long provided the spark in Lisa work and the vision that drives the Amulette brand.
Lisa Eley is at her most comfortable with the beauty of the natural world and the ever-changing seasons. A mother of 3 and animal fanatic Lisa is the talented, award-winning designer behind the unique and eclectic range of jewellery that makes up the Amulette range today.
From the very beginning, Lisa wanted Amulette to reflect the wearer’s personality, their mood, and allow them an opportunity to create their own unique pieces of jewellery. Incorporating jewellery with a meaning from the ancient amulet to healing gemstones.
Lisa believes jewellery should be personal, embodied in a time, place or a memory, bringing an emotional connection for years to come.
Handmade using a sustainable jewellery approach with our stones, both antique and modern, being sourced through trusted suppliers who abide by the Kimberley Process and guarantee their stones to be conflict-free
Amulette was launched as an online jewellery brand in 2014, before opening their first shop in the heart of Teddington, in April 2019.
At Amulette, we are passionate about using ethical and sustainable materials in all that we do. As part of our mission, we use recycled gold and metals in all our designs
The beauty of antique stones does not stop with their glistening facets. Because they are already in circulation, there is no new environmental cost and make a one-of-a-kind, sustainable choice. All our stones, both antique and modern, are sourced through trusted suppliers who abide by the Kimberley Process and guarantee their stones to be conflict-free.
Ethos: Our precious stones and metals are ethically sourced from Sri Lanka, Canada, Brazil, Australia, Tanzania, and the United States. We are proud to work with natural recycled diamonds and conflict-free metals to ensure our supply chains include well-researched, transparent relationships which meet international labour standards and exclude destructive environmental practices
Origin & low-impact practices: Every piece is handmade from start to finish by our small team in London to ensure quality heirloom pieces that can be passed down from generation to generation. We have an enduring commitment to environmental principles, from artisanal studio methods to non-toxic, low energy requirements for local production. We work with UK suppliers to find materials that are meticulously sourced and of exceptional quality