Jessica's World

Jessica de Lotz creates jewellery with meaning, compositions that combine nostalgia and story-telling with modern-day influences. Inspired by her beloved late father, an antiquarian book dealer, Jessica grew up surrounded by beautiful antique books that her father would care for “as if they were a friend of mine”. Jessica drew on this appreciation when she became a collector of found objects - everything from vintage handbags, sepia photographers to miniature matchboxes - they all became a playground for Jessica’s imagination.

Stories that jewellery can tell

The essence of every JdL piece is uniqueness - pieces tailored entirely to each wearer, inviting questions of meaning and symbolism. Whether it’s celebrating life and love or commemorating loss, Jessica creates truly special, one-of-a-kind, modern heirlooms that wearers cherish forever and pass to future generations.


Jessica's Story

Jessica’s designs embody emotions, memories, sentimentality, symbolism and heritage.

Jessica studied her craft at Central Saint Martins, where she graduated in 2008 to award-winning praise and success, including several high-profile awards including the Coutts New Jewellers Award. Now, you'll find Jessica at her bench in London where she handcrafts each of her designs with materials sourced from local partners, supporting the jewellery trade she was schooled in. A British designer in demand, Jessica has collaborated on collections with names including Peroni and Smythson, and her jewellery is a firm favourite with A-listers including Helena Bonham Carter, Cara Delevingne and Killing Eve’s Villanelle aka Jodie Comer. More recently, Jessica's 19th Century wax seal ring featured in Greta Gerwig’s Oscar-nominated film 'Little Women'.


ES Magazine

50 Best Boutiques in London


HOT 100 Awards



UK Jewellery Awards

Highly Commended


Hot 100 Awards




New Jeweller Awards



Precious Metal Travel Bursary


"I love the way Jessica tells whimsical stories through her jewellery - which even translates to the beautiful way in which they are packaged! I’m lucky enough to have had several pieces of JdL jewellery over the years. They’re modern heirlooms - and I love them."

Erica Davies