At Ellen&Me we are passionate about looking after the world we live in and have structured our business around being as ethical and sustainable as possible. All our jewellery is handmade in the UK by Rosie and her small team. This gives us a much lower carbon footprint than many jewellery brands where production is often overseas.
And every bit of our packaging is made from FSC or recycled sources, is plastic free, recyclable and fully biodegradable and we've designed it so we don't need plastic mailing bags or foam inserts.
Rosie Priestley, founder and owner of Ellen&Me, began her creative journey as a graphic designer, indulging her love for silversmithing jewellery in her spare time. She decided to make her passion her full time job and switched paths successfully launching Ellen&Me with her first collection in 2021. The Ellen&Me designs are all informed by Rosie’s graphics background and the desire to create unique and striking semi precious jewellery. By using traditional craftsmanship as well as modern technology Ellen&Me produces beautiful jewellery that can be worn anytime and anywhere.
It was also important to Rosie when she created Ellen&Me to pay homage to her grandmother who has always been a huge inspiration.
“My grandmother Ellen always looked amazing and oozed confidence. I realised at a young age I could emulate that confidence if I looked the part, and that still stands today. If I put my best self forward, I’m ready to face anything and the icing on the cake is a few select pieces of jewellery that I love to wear.” RosieThrough wearing Ellen&Me jewellery Rosie hopes to empower women to feel confident and positive in themselves, and ready to take on whatever challenges are thrown at them.
Meet the Maker
Rosie Priestley, founder and owner of Ellen&Me, began her creative journey as a graphic designer, indulging her love for silversmithing jewellery in her spare time. She decided to make her passion her full time job and switched paths successfully launching Ellen&Me with her first collection in 2021.
British. Not Brit-ish. Meeting the H+S Standard.
All our partners agree to adhere to and uphold these standards for all products. If a product doesn’t meet the Standard, it’s not listed. Simple.
We’re proud to uphold the reputation for quality and ethical standards that ‘British Made’ implies.
We get really excited when our makers have sustainability at their heart. We love things that are made to last.
We are here to support our community. We reinvest back into the business so we can assist collaborations and keep telling our maker’s stories.