Bespoke Unusual Jewellery Ditchling Sussex

Bespoke Unusual Jewellery Ditchling Sussex designed and handmade in our Ditchling workshops and gallery.

At Pruden and Smith we design our own unique unusual jewellery collections: “Bespoke Unusual Jewellery Ditchling Sussex” includes engagement rings, eternity rings and wedding rings to iconic one-off gemstone necklaces, bracelets and earrings. Hand-made in our workshop in the famous arts and crafts village of Ditchling, Sussex, we work in gold, silver, platinum and palladium with highly unusual precious and semi-precious stones and diamonds.  Whether you are looking for an engagement or eternity ring to celebrate the very special moments in your life or for a fabulous contemporary statement piece of jewellery as a gift or just to make you feel great, every piece is designed and worked to the highest standards of craftsmanship.

We also specialise in redesigning your old jewellery; a process that we call “A Precious Legacy” for bespoke unusual jewellery Sussex.We work with you to create new pieces of jewellery that you will love to wear every day, whilst celebrating the history and value of the elements that are incorporated. This process is explained in our Redesign section more fully and can also be seen on our short film:

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We pride ourselves in our award-winning designs backed up with excellent service from our expert team. Visit or call our worIMG_0841-min (1)kshop for our “bespoke unusual jewellery Sussex” service whether you need advice, a gift from our gallery, bespoke commissions, remakes, valuations, engraving, repairs and more.

Look on-line or visit our Ditchling Gallery and workshop

View our unusual designs and take a real or virtual tour of the workshops. If you need a gift for someone special then both our website and gallery is full of unusual handmade rings necklaces, bracelets and earrings ready to go. We have lots of design samples and loose gemstones such as Aquamarine, tanzanite and tourmaline to inspire you.


Anton’s family history has recently been well documented in a short film commissioned by Ditchling Museum:


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