about us

Drawn together by a shared passion for making jewellery in a more responsible way, Bea and Victoria combined their expertise to create Considered.  Bea brings our designs to life; while Victoria upholds our values: sourcing traceable materials from a network of suppliers working to the highest standards. 


Bea's career began in womenswear, where she realised that buying and developing product was the perfect match for her creative skills.  After moving into accessories and beginning to develop silver ranges, she became hooked on jewellery.  Victoria’s passion for jewellery evolved after visiting gold mines in Peru, where she saw first-hand the negative impact the jewellery industry can have on people and the environment.  She has been supporting businesses to improve and lobbying for change ever since.

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Meet bea

Bea leads our product development: creating desirable, commercial collections.  Her skills come from a buying career in which she developed ranges and brought new brands to market for retail, eCommerce and concession businesses, including Lipsy and Next online.  Bea has more than 15 years experience in jewellery, buying fine jewellery for Signet and House of Fraser, as well as developing branded collaborations, concession ranges and fashion jewellery for several Arcadia brands under the DCK portfolio, Virgin, New Look and Debenhams.

Meet victoria

Victoria is a sustainability champion in the jewellery sector.  She ensures Considered jewellery is sourced and produced responsibly.  Her background includes creating the first supply chains to bring Fairtrade Gold to market and working with high profile brands like Clogau Gold, Stephen Webster, and Kering.  She is co-founder of V&V Sustainability Consultancy, a B Leader, and a member of Fair Luxury.

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Considered Jewellery was launched in 2021, and has grown to include a skilled network of professionals with experience across fine and fashion jewellery - ranging from hand drawing high-end diamond jewellery to silversmithing and cutting edge computer-aided design.  The team now share their expertise with like-minded businesses through the Considered Sourcing consultancy service.

our team

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Suzanne has designed successful jewellery collections for major retailers such as M&S, Next, John Lewis and QVC. Her charity poppy brooch design for The Royal British Legion even graced the coat of the Duchess of Cambridge. Suzanne helps bring our Considered jewellery ranges to life.


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Design, CAD and making