Jamie is something of a cult amongst the cognoscenti, influential fashion editors, contemporary jewellery aficionados and those who generally have a talent for understanding how an interesting piece of jewellery can bring exactly the right detail to an outfit. The London-based brand is the brainchild of Jamie Rubin, born in New York and trained in Arizona, who was eventually more or less forced into launching her first collection in 2004 more as a means of trying to manage the deluge of demand for private pieces more than anything else. Since then, however, things have decidedly taken off.

Jamie’s style is a soft feminine one that appeals to many women. Combining traditional jewellery metals with semiprecious stones and leather or crystal, on the whole the pieces in Jamie’s collections are compositions of varied, free-moving elements rather than big solid chunks of jewellery. A little nostalgic, rather romantic with a twist of ethnic influences that date back to Jamie Rubin’s youthful travels that played an important role in the seminal development of her particular style. Now a mother of 3, Jamie jewellery is quietly spoken rather than shouting, understated even if demonstrative. Like a controlled explosion, the over the top aspects of the aesthetic are beautifully contained.

All of this may explain exactly why it is such a success and why Jamie’s designs have often won gushing praise from quarters usually feared for their ability to issue scathing criticism. Vogue issued a prediction that Jamie’s pieces are destined to become the collector’s items of the future. And diverse celebrities such as Elle Mcpherson, Sienna Miller and Kylie Minogue have all been spotted sporting pieces by Jamie. And now five outfits and fifteen stunning pieces of jewellery designed for Little Mix, (the first girl band to win in the X Factor) for the Final show in 2011. The current collections are likely to prove even more popular. In short, Jamie is for women who like to wear their jewellery rather than be worn by it.



Estimated Delivery Times: All shipping is recorded and tracking information is provided at dispatch. Standard First Class Recorded: 1-3 days. Orders placed before 12pm are usually shipped on the same day. All other orders are processed and shipped on the business day following receipt of an order. Shipments are made Monday - Thursday, excluding weekends & UK public holidays. Our carriers are Royal Mail.

You may return or exchange your jewellery for another piece of the same value or above as long as it is in its original condition and packaging, is not worn and has its security label and swing tags still attached. Any damaged pieces will not be returned. Returns and exchanges are only allowed within 7 days of delivery confirmation. You will be refunded for the cost of your jewellery. However, the shipping is not refunded. Please allow up to 30 days for your refund. We cannot take responsibility for postal prices, lost or stolen packages, so we suggest you return them using recorded delivery. Given that the item to be exchanged is received in the exact condition, the item to be exchanged for will then be dispatched. Exchanges are possible only if the item you wish to exchange with is available. The card you use to pay will be the card that will be credited with the cost of the jewellery, minus the delivery, postage and packaging charges. 

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