When it comes to top Jewellery collections, Jenna Clifford is our newest obsession! Her company, Jenna Clifford: Bespoke & Fine Diamond Jewellery has set trends and appeared on A-list celebs for over two decades.
Delicate, jewel-encrusted bracelets and chunky, colorful statement necklaces coexist in the designer’s vast collection of lines. With her “incredible eye for what makes a woman feel beautiful,” as put by a long time client, Jenna Clifford strives to have something for everyone and the pieces in her collection are meant to be paired with whatever you wear on a daily basis (or to become what you wear on a daily basis).
Who is Jenna Clifford?
Jenna is a world-renowned jewellery designer, known for her unique customised creations. Her bold and dramatic designs are sought after by some of the most recognised business icons and celebrities from around the world where she has garnered a loyal following since the launch of the business. Jenna combines gold, diamonds and precious gems to create extraordinary masterpieces and is one of the few jewellery designers in South Africa who trusts only expert local hands to fashion her creations. It is part of Jenna’s ethos that true objects of unique joy can never be mass-produced and for this reason she limits the production of her designs. We believe that this steadfast commitment to craft is the reason that Jenna Clifford jewellery has attracted the attention of world-famous celebrities, some of whom have travelled from the cultural capitals of the world to acquire the iconic beauty and timeless elegance of a Jenna Clifford signature piece.
A trendsetter by design, Jenna Clifford has always said that quality craftsmanship and excellent taste is the formula for success in the jewellery design business. She is no doubt a role model to young designers everywhere and is involved in various mentoring programmes for women of all ages, including the Breaking The Mould series launched by Octagon in 2012 which saw Jenna designing two bespoke diamond butterflies for the tennis champion William’s sisters.
In particular, Jenna is outspoken on the issue of women’s rights and equality and is highly active in promoting women in business. In recognition of her contribution to this topic, Jenna received the honour of torchbearer to the United Nations Millennium Development Goals 3 project, highlighting the importance of gender equality and women empowerment. She received this appointment together with Archbishop Desmond Tutu and the Soweto Gospel Choir. Jenna is also a partner to the Cell C Take a Girl Child to Work Day ® program.
Jenna’s designs can be viewed and purchased here: www.jennaclifford.com