From luxury fine gold to affordable handmade steals, these are the best Black-owned jewellery brands you can shop from the UK.
It’s easy to get stuck in a hole of shopping from the same old online retailers, seeing the same thing and searching for the best price you can find. This dangerous hole is too common and often leaves many amazingly small and mighty businesses forgotten or undiscovered.
After the past two years, where so many smaller shops and independent businesses have struggled, and Black Lives Matter has seen a resurgence as the civil rights movement of our lifetime, we’ve decided to shop smarter. Rethink our shopping habits for the new year, choose to support Black-owned businesses and put our money into something good.
If you want to Buy Black but have no clue where to start, don’t worry we’re here to give you a friendly helping hand, starting with Black-owned jewellery brands. From affordable handmade pieces to luxury fine jewellery, we’ve uncovered some amazing emerging and already established brands you need to know about.
AsaArtshop is a UK-based and Black-owned
Sammi Maria Jewellery is a beautiful,
For luxury jewellery, look no further than female Black-owned Gold jewellery brand
Feathers + Wings
Feathers and Wings is a jewellery
MIHII is a Black-owned, UK based jewellery
Founded by the late Virgil Abloh, Off-White
Oma The Label
Oma The Label is a brand challenging industry
afton \ by palm
afton \ by palm is a Black-owned brand
R E M Ë S O R A
REMËSORA is a Black-owned jewellery
Up To The Neck
Up To The Neck know a thing or two
How can I Buy Black-owned brands?
Black Pound Day is a great place to start, it lands on the first Saturday of every month so it gives us an extra excuse to discover independent brands that may not get as much publicity as bigger brands – all while supporting a good cause.
Black Pound Day was founded in June 2020 by So Solid Crew member Swiss. Swiss was inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement and set up the monthly event to support the growth of the UK’s black economy. The goal: to encourage the British public to change their shopping habits and invest in the talents of black entrepreneurs.
Black Pound Day has its own searchable website directory, which covers everything you can think of including groceries, home improvements, plumbing, and even takeaways.