Madeleine Brown Jewellery

by | Bride, Engagements, Jewellery


I am really loving the beautiful organic feel of these pieces by Australian jeweler Madeleine Brown. Madeleine’s been creating jewellery for the past seven years and is inspired by patterns in nature, unusual textures and mechanical movements. The ring above is supposed to represent tree branches or flowing streams of water.

Based out of QLD, Madeleine creates beautiful pieces displayed in galleries across Australia or can create a customised piece just for you. Madeleine will meet with you to understand your needs, sketch your design and then hand make it.

I especially like reading the inspiration behind Madeleine’s pieces on her website. Like the story of Martine and Blairy who had a ring craft to look like the washer Blairy proposed with. Or the beautiful ring commissioned by Elizabeth who wanted the piece to represent the four generations of her family. Each part is layered and has secret black diamonds. Natalie and Dan even made their own rings with the help of Madeleine.

You can read more stories and see more of Madeleine’s work (and stockists) at her website.

  • PixelChic says:
    March 23, 2009 at 7:42 pm

    Those rings are amazing. Beautiful, unique pieces.

  • madeleine brown says:
    March 25, 2009 at 9:44 am

    Aaw, thanks Ms Polka Dot! It was such a nice surprise to log on for my daily trawl of your site, and spot my rings lurking at the top there! I’m planning a wedding myself later this year- I’ve got the jewellery sorted, it’s just everything else I’m looking for ideas for!

  • Madeline Brown Jewellery | Polka Dot Bride says:
    June 23, 2011 at 3:01 pm

    […] something rather spectacular. Madeleine Brown is a jeweller I have loved for a long time (since I wrote about her pieces in 2009) Madeleine launched her online store last year which is full of her special creations- sunburst […]

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    October 12, 2011 at 11:04 pm

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