Diamonds by Design At Diamonds by Design we custom design and create fine jewellery just for you from diamonds, opals, gems and pearls ethically sourced from conflict-free zones. For 28 years our bespoke jewellery, diamond engagement rings has delighted Sydney's discerning buyers.
Level 1, 235 Clarence Street, Sydney NSW 2000 Australia

61 2 92994251

Member of:


Latest Australian jewellery designing trends

Australian Jewellery Designer Trends 2018

Margot McKinney

Quality, glamour and versatility are Margot McKinney’s guiding principles. A fourth-generation designer from Fortitude Valley, Queensland, with a 132-year-old business, she loves Australia’s native stones and intense colours, and believes that being a woman designing jewellery for women is a great advantage. If you want to make a statement — or an entrance —look at Margot’s outsize cuffs and glittering drop earrings. Margot loves to travel and spends six months a year outside Australia buying, selling and seeking inspiration. All this is reflected in Margot’s collections, as well as attention to detail and love of a new challenge.

Gerard Wollaston

Sydney designer and metalsmith Gerard Wollaston specialises in the original and unusual, and uses both traditional and cutting-edge techniques. In 2017 Gerard won the Australian Pearl Jewellery Design Competition with his ring ‘Myrtle’. In the open, uncluttered workshop just behind his showroom furnished with lovingly restored pieces of vintage wooden furniture, Gerard takes the anxiety out of ordering a bespoke piece of jewellery by walking his clients through the whole process, sketching designs, explaining and allaying fears. Everything from Gerard is handmade, renewable, recyclable, beautiful, functional and enduring.

Jason Ree

Specialising in wedding jewellery, award-winning Jason Ree loves making bespoke pieces. His favourite technique is Japanese Mokume-gane and his favourite metal is platinum. His creations are simple, modern and stunning.

Matthew Ely

Mathew Ely started off in the family jewellery business in Penrith, but studied engineering too and won an Australian Overseas Foundation scholarship to London. In 2014, aged 28, he opened his own business. Matthew likes working with stones mined in Australia — from coloured diamonds to sapphires, rubies and garnets. His jewellery is notable for craftsmanship and attention to detail.

Alistair Kelsey

Award-winning Alistair Kelsey specialises in diamond and precision-cut gemstone jewellery. He was the 2017 JAA Australasian Jeweller of the Year.

Luke Rose

Originally from London, Luke Rose trained at the Sir John Cass School of Art and then won the Lonmin Design Innovation Award twice. He emigrated to Sydney in 2014. Luke’s inspiration comes from architecture and nature; his designs are modern, kinetic and structural.

Karen Lindley

You can rely on Karen Lindley and Diamonds by Design. Trustworthy and professional, after over 40 years in jewellery there is not much Karen hasn’t seen, heard or done and she has the taste and experience to understand what you are looking for, even when you aren’t quite sure yourself. Karen is as happy to restore or update an heirloom or old piece for you as to create a new one. She can advise on everything, from insurance to cleaning your jewellery — and make you a piece of jewellery to treasure for life.

You might also like: The Latest in Australian High Fashion Jewellery

Share this post on