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Theo Fennell

Theo Fennell Ltd

London, UK

Creative Director

Theo Fennell Ltd

Theo Fennell

Biography

Creative Director of Theo Fennell Ltd, the company he founded in 1982 specialsing in handmade and bespoke jewellery and silverware. His studios and workshop are still above the flagship store and his company is probably the last to hand make all of their silverware in the U.K.

Theo is passionate about nurturing young talent and actively supports the future of the British jewellery and silversmithing industries, working along with many schools and colleges, including The RCA and Central St Martins.

Theo Fennell’s Newsfeed

The mad and marvellous world of Theo Fennell

Theo Fennell is London's most eccentric jeweller. Fulham's iconic boutique is a sparkling example of homegrown craftsmanship. It's a Chelsea landmark in its own right – and, rather suitably, it looks a little like an elongated jewellery box with Theo's name running along its 'lid'...

Professional Jeweller
Goldsmiths names Craft and Design Awards winners for 2019

Goldsmiths named its Craft and Design Awards winner for 2019 at a ceremony in London this week. Held at Goldsmiths’ Hall, the event was hosted by Theo Fennell and had over 300 guests in attendance.

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Theo Fennell’s Background

Creative Director
Jan 1982 - Present
London, UK
Founded in 1982, Theo Fennell Ltd designs, makes and retails unique and highly original jewellery, silverware and trophies; Theo is the designer for the eponymous company

Other Business Interests

Sponsor
Feb 2015 - Mar 2015
London, UK
Theo Fennell is the proud sponsor of the 'Theo Fennell Award' at the annual Craftmanship and Design Awards hosted by the Goldsmiths' Craft & Design Council. The Theo Fennell Award was specifically designed to celebrate high quality apprentice work and equally recognise the significant contribution of their master.
Judge
Sep 2014 - Nov 2014
London, UK
Part of the London Design Festival, The Shine Showcase was designed to celebrate the emerging talent and outstanding craftsmanship of Goldsmiths' Centre students.