Icelandic-born, London-based Kristjan Eyjolfsson is a designer and maker of captivating fine jewellery. With over 19 years’ experience in the industry, Kristjan enjoys taking clients on a design journey by way of his bespoke service, in which highly personal pieces are created to commemorate meaningful people or events.
This passion for the bespoke extends to his collections, which are highly adaptable to suit personal preferences. A firm commitment to the environment is reflected in Kristjan’s conscientious sourcing of only the most sustainable materials to use in his creations, including recycled precious metals, traceable precious stones and conflict-free diamonds.
Nature, architecture, art movements and music regularly stimulate Kristjan’s creative vocabulary. The allure of a specific form; be it a
shape, a line or a melody, often leads to the creation of themed collections and one-off pieces.
His frequent use of precious stones adds vibrancy and contrast to the precious metals he employs in his designs. The exotic forms he favours in his pieces are accentuated through engraved textures to achieve depth and
Kristjan’s work has been featured in British Vogue, The Evening Standard, The Daily Mail, The Daily Telegraph, The UK Times, Professional Jeweller, BBC London and ABC America.
His work has been exhibited at The Chelsea Flower Show, Golsmiths’ Pavilion at Somerset House and Goldsmiths’ Fair.
What he says
“The three words that define my jewellery are luxury, design and craftsmanship.”
What we say
Kristjan's work is beautiful and captivating, showing great craftsmanship and both innovative and evocative design.