A combination of craftsmanship and attention to detail is the main component behind our signature Simon Harrison collections.
Design influences arise from nature, history and inspirational people to create a diverse premium costume jewellery collection that is sure to stand a cut above the rest.
Cut crystals sparkle like little starbursts, reflected on the water from the fading rays of the sun.
In his 1958 novella, “Breakfast at Tiffany’s”, Truman capote introduces his seminal heroine “Miss Holiday Golightly ”through the name slot...
The tiny tufts of fur gently move with every touch and gesture of the body.
This collection evokes half-remembered childhood adventures by a gently flowing stream and the joy of gazing at the wonders of nature.
One of the true wonders of beauty in the world, the coral reef has fascinated storytellers for millennia.
A hidden secret to be revealed to whom you wish, lift the mask to reveal the masquerade.
Eagle Ray Collection
The eagle is grasping a snake in one claw and a crystal in the other representing the struggle between good and evil.
The Electra collection embodies power and strength. A school of ﬁsh in hues of blue and purple.
Influenced by the Art Deco style of the Jazz era the Ella collection is Simon’s homage to the great Jazz diva Ella FitzGerald.
Frog Prince Collection
The frog is released, by a kiss, from a shape-shifting spell and turns back into a handsome prince..
“With its uniformity and precision this collection exudes POWER - Look closely and you may see the fires used to cast this powerful statement. ...
Roman mountain nymph Maia was consort to Vulcan the god of metal working and the forge in Roman mythology.
Mock Turtle Collection
Beautiful soup so rich so green, waiting in a hot tureen, who for such dainties would not stoop, soup of the evening, beautiful soup
A playful adaptation of the man in the moon tradition, showing both the sunny side and the dark side of the moon.
In many cultures snakes are associated with protection and symbolise infinity, constancy, rebirth and renewal.
The Jade Emperor ordered that animals would be designated as calendar signs and the twelve that arrived first would be selected.