Tatty Devine

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4 out of 5 Based on 9 reviews

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Tatty Devine is a totally independent British company designing and micro-manufacturing original jewellery in the UK.

Harriet Vine and Rosie Wolfenden met at art school and founded Tatty Devine together in 1999. They continue to run things from a studio in London's East End. The pair like to make jewellery that blurs the boundaries between art, fashion and culture.

Tatty Devine's original designs are drawn from scratch, and almost all of the jewellery is made by hand in their own workshops in London and Kent.

The jewellery is colourful, confident, and has something to say. The Tatty Devine girls believe life - and jewellery - should be fun!

The Monmouth Street store includes an in-store lasercutting machine - pop in to get your name necklace now!

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44 Monmouth Street, Covent Garden, London, WC2H 9EP

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+44 (0)20 7836 2685

Book a taxi by app or by phone on 0844 556 0706

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Tatty Devine

Address
44 Monmouth Street
Covent Garden
London
WC2H 9EP
Telephone:
+44 (0)20 7836 2685
Public transport:
Covent Garden, Underground

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4 out of 5 based on 9 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Tatty Devine

4.0 out of 5 10 August 2012
by Natasha T.

Hvis du er i London og er vild med unikke og moderne smykker, som ikke er lavet af de gængse materialer (guld/sølv) så er det her stedet at gå hen!!

Deres smykker er lavet af akryl og er altid meget farverige, specielle og noget man som regel ikke har set andre steder før. Butikken er lille og lækker, og bag en lille disk sidder de og laver smykker i butkken. Priserne er meget varierende, men...more

5.0 out of 5 29 April 2012
by Vicky L.

There is something about Tatty Devine that moves against the grain of what "fashion" would do. Who'd think perspex jewelry would be cool for SO long and spark a whole IP row about fashion and people copying your stuff?

Anyways, the stuff here is super cute and on the recent Seven Dial's 20% shopping night I got the birdy necklace I've always wanted (to replace another perspex birdy necklace...more

5.0 out of 5 17 February 2012
by Katie B.

Do I want a pendant of a pink heart-shaped lolly pop? Yes, I do!

Do I want a gin bottle brooch? Of course!

Do I want a necklace of a huge perspex corn-on-the-cob? Who wouldn't?

Tatty Devine is my new loveeeerrrr. Her jewellery is kookie, fun and it makes me happy. I made my first Tatty Devine purchase from their collection at Selfridges which consists of two rings that are speech marks. It...more

5.0 out of 5 3 November 2010
by Lizzie G.

I love Tatty Devine, not only is it a super cool brand but they sell jewels that make me squeal with excitement. When this new shop opened up a while ago, my and my flat mate at the time would arrange to meet after work outside, just to stare in and the beauties on display.

If you are looking for a gift for anyone who is creative and quirky, this is the place to go. Their name necklaces are...more

4.0 out of 5 30 December 2008
by Leanne W.

Soho branch of trendy darlings of the fashion press, Tatty Devine.

I love Tatty, they do amazing earrings, necklaces and fun broaches. They've been kicking around for a while, and are famed for their bows and birds adorning headbands.

I love their name necklaces (Think Season Six Sex and the City, Carrie and her 'Carrie' necklace that she finds in the lining of her bag in Paris), and they...more