Jewellery Instagram: Eliza’s 17 favorite feeds

Jewellery Instagram: Eliza’s 17 favorite feeds

1. @irisdlv

A Parisian jewellery lover with a discerning eye for detail. I adore her account and find it hugely inspiring. 

 

2. @london_mews 

The ever evolving mood board of an interior designer at Soane Britain. I particularly like the old magazine images Millie unearths.   

 

3. @montesandclark 

I covet everything this Tisbury based interiors shop sells, all produced in partnership with women’s cooperatives. One of the founders is a client of Lylie’s Sustainable Jewellery, which is how I first came across the brand, and now I am completely hooked on their feed.  

 

4. @charalamboussophie 

A half Syrian, half British artist and tutor at the Princes Drawing School. I have recently acquired one of Sophie’s water-colours as I am inspired by her scratchy lines, inky washes and the patchwork feel.  

 

5. @alexandratolstoy

The most beautiful photographs of the Anglo-Russian TV presenter’s picture-perfect life. Inspiring for home crafts such as the napkins she and her 3 children embroidered with animals. I may have made my own over the festive break..! 

 

6. @jennaburlingham 

A Modern British art dealer based in Hampshire. Jenna’s eye is distinctive and the artworks she posts always delight. Jenna’s gallery can be seen popping up in the interior design shops on Pimlico Road and at the London art fairs.

  

7. @lonikachande 

A favorite interiors account I follow, it provides endless inspiration and lessons in cherishing old pieces of furniture.  

 

8. @thismuchiknow.news 

A daily dose of international news delivered into your stories each day. Started by Emily Sheffield, former deputy editor of British Vogue - a very Gen-Z way of consuming the headlines!

 

9. @Lucindachambers 

A touchstone of taste for jewellery, textiles, interiors, fashion. Formerly Fashion Editor of British Vogue, Lucinda has since launched Collagerie (a great place for sourcing gifts). A lover of Portobello Road market, she shares her finds and some truly inventive ideas, like the green glasses she made from recycling the bottoms of used wine bottles -- an idea I intend to steal.  

 

10. @tominflorence 

 

My old painting tutor in Florence, Tom posts beautiful close ups of portraits. His stories tell tales of his (highly picturesque) life in Italy and time in the studio. Anyone with a love of Florence or an urge to paint will love it.  

 

11. @bibleofbritishtaste 

Amazing interiors shared by the contributor to World of Interiors and Country Life. In December, she organized The Interiors Boot Sale in Cecil Sharp House, London. I did most of my Christmas shopping there and found some real gems.  

 

12. @btwinter 

A specialist in Decorative Arts at Christies, Ben shares his country rambles and fascinating insights into buildings around Britain. Any architecture enthusiasts would like this account. 

 

13. @jennymwalton 

Fashion illustrator, muse, dog lover and New York resident, Jenny has been a firm favorite of mine for years now. I don’t know what’s more enticing, her apartment, her 50’s style or her beagle and mini dachshund. 

 

14. @lukeedwardhall 

I have loved following Luke, and husband Duncan @jduncancampbell as they renovate their Gloucestershire cottage. His maximalist approach to décor is fab, plus he has a penchant for Greco-Roman art and architecture, which has me sold.  

 

15. @eyeswoon 

Athena is a chef and interior guru and her Cobble Hill, NY home features on all of my interior mood boards. Mid century interior lovers should check out Athena’s feed.  

 

16. @devolkitchens 

Shaker kitchens to write home about. DeVol manufacture all their kitchens in Leicestershire (near our casting house) and emphasise the quality of their craftsmanship. They tag where all the other elements (lights, fixtures and fittings etc.) are sourced, which I certainly appreciated whilst renovating last year.  

 

17. @henrydominiquejewelry 

A feed dedicated to the lust-worthy necklace collection of a GIA-educated, LA based artist. She effortlessly layers many necklaces, mixing high and low, antique and modern. Two of my favorites are a pear shaped bezel set diamond on a delicate belcher chain and a string of pearls with the most glorious gargoyle-like lion clasp.  

Words

Eliza Walter

Images

@irisdlv

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