Disa Allsopp: Jewelry Designer


I’m pretty voracious when it comes to devouring my Instagram and Pinterest feeds — they’re a constant source of beauty and new ideas. This is exactly how I first came across one of Disa Allsopp’s “spaghetti rings.” So it was with great joy that I had the opportunity to meet her and see her collection at the NY Now show. Here I am trying on three of her spaghetti rings, with bezel-set garnet, peridot and aquamarine. She has perfectly captured that fine line between luxe and organic, don’t you think?

disa allsopp spaghetti rings
Here’s another spaghetti ring, sprinkled with diamonds.

disa allsopp 18k and oxidized silver spaghettig ring with diamonds
Disa, a London-based jeweler, set up shop in 1996. She works in 18K gold, sterling silver, and gems, and she hand-fabricates each and every piece right in her studio. She is inspired by the jewelry of ancient civilizations, from Roman to Greek and beyond. I can certainly see this influence in her work. Take these blue sapphire and gold rings, for instance. It’s hard to determine if they’re new or straight out of the Victoria and Albert jewelry collection!

disa allsopp blue sapphire rings
My lovely mom, who was at the show with me, modeled this necklace, where hand melted pieces of silver are strung on silver wires. It really makes a personal style statement. (SO your look, mom!)

disa allsopp necklace
Disa showed me one of her newest designs — these three and four stone rings. SO pretty in garnet, tourmaline, peridot and yellow beryl.

disa allsopp triplet rings
Very happy I had the opportunity to see this creative line in person. Disa, it was a pleasure meeting you!

disa allsopp and amy roseveare

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10 Responses to Disa Allsopp: Jewelry Designer

  1. Mom says:

    Oh my!!! I could have purchased her whole booth😜 Lovely!!!!

  2. Andrea says:

    Love, love, love these pieces! Thanks for sharing her work. :)

  3. Bev Jacquemet says:

    Beautiful and unique jewelry! I wonder if you carry special pieces of sea glass and show them to some of the artists you meet. I can’t help but picture the gemstones being replaced with beach gems.😉

  4. Jennifer says:

    The pieces indeed look ancient but classy. I would love to own a piece.

  5. Elise Smith says:

    Such striking work! Another designer to follow.

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