Every individual piece of Eleven Eleven Jewellery is handmade by independent metalworker Cherise Blythe from her home studio in Shoreham-by-Sea.

Cherise uses traditional silversmithing techniques to create thoughtful pieces of jewellery for the modern feminist – putting into practice all 14 years of her experience and learning. She creates her jewellery in small batches, taking great care with each piece, creating mindfully and passionately. Cherise lives by the motto that she’ll only design simple items she herself would wear – mostly studs or big, bold items.

Eleven Eleven Jewellery is an ethical local business, using recycled, reclaimed or sustainable materials in all its pieces, including all of the packaging. She sells her products at local stockists, such as Inspired Worthing and the Neighbourhood Store, Shoreham (as well as on her website). To quote Cherise, “working in the most ethical way” is at the heart of Eleven Eleven Jewellery.

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