Helen Delevingne trained at London Guildhall University, obtaining a BTEC National Diploma in Design, Silversmithing and Allied Crafts. After finishing university she entered the prestigious Hatton Garden where she trained as an apprentice in gemstones and mounting.
After several years on Hatton Garden Helen obtained her Professional Jeweller’s Diploma with the National Association of Goldsmiths, including diamond grading. She went on to train at the bench making jewellery and sorting diamonds throughout the next five years.
After extensive experience in both disciplines Helen moved to work in the City of London for a traditional Jewellers, as a repairs and quality manager. During this time she worked closely with clients to create beautiful bespoke pieces. She managed several staff and workshops, overseeing the production of these pieces and any repairs that came into the shop.
Helen now uses all these skills in her own creative production of pieces to tailor to the individuals needs. Everything made is by hand and to the finest detail. She has an eye for colour in enamelling and works to the highest standard when making bespoke pieces. She is heavily influenced by the art nouveau period and places that inspire colour and individual design.