Jewellery brand Emily Mortimer is marking its fifth anniversary.
The Suffolk-based jewellery brand was founded by Emily in 2015 after returning from an “inspiring” trip to India.
Emily then began designing jewellery in her bedroom, and according to the brand, it has “gone from strength to strength” since.
Known for the use of her colourful gemstones and fine quality jewellery collections, Emily now launches collections from her workshop and studio in Brightwell.
According to the brand, its collections are “designed for both the everyday and extraordinary occasions”.
It added that the last two years have seen online and event sales double year-on-year.
Emily said this is due to “putting her all into each and every new collection she designs, as well as crediting her local customers for her exponential growth”.
The brand is now stocked in department stores across the UK, including Fenwicks and Fortnum and Mason, while John Lewis has approached the group to stock its jewellery within six of their stores around the country.
The most recent release was a collection of chains that come in varying designs and lengths.
Emily also works on bespoke pieces, with this particular service available from her studio, which can be visited by appointment or discussed over the phone and by email.