Shop: Collection Overview

Alphabet

Personalise your style with Annika Rutlin's Alphabet jewellery collection; Configure your own message with initials, numbers and symbols to create your own emblematic bracelets, necklaces, earrings and rings. Available individually, or on a bracelet/ necklace of chosen length, making ideal personal gifts celebrating special dates, messages and christenings. Also available on beads to fit Lovelinks and Pandora style charm bracelets.

Amitie

The heart is an enduring symbol of love and kindness. This particular heart collection evolved from an oversized silver heart commission, a suede and silver piece that could be worn as either a belt or a necklace, from MTV award winning singer Anastacia (pictured here wearing a Freak Of Nature belt also commissioned from Annika),.

Aniara

Swedish writer Harry Martinson was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1974. His most distinctive expression of the motif of the cosmos was his poetic suite Aniara, a symbolic tale of humanity's journey toward an uncertain fate. Aniara is the name of a spaceship that has gone off course, thrown into outer space on a journey of no return. Annika has interpreted this theme with a multi symbolic form that can represent a star; our dreams, a cross; hope, or a flower; new life and the future.

BlackJack

A bold and distinctive silver & black faceted onyx bead collection, playing on the contrast between black and white, and influenced by the shape of the club, on playing cards. Originally called 'twenty-one', when Blackjack was introduced in the United States, gambling houses offered bonus payouts to stimulate players' interest. One such bonus was a ten-to-one payout if the player's hand consisted of the ace of spades and a black jack (either the jack of clubs or the jack of spades). This hand was called a "blackjack", and the name stuck to the game even though the ten-to-one bonus was soon withdrawn.

Button

Annika has always had a little love of buttons - their amazingly varied decoration and soft tactile shapes have always appealed and, as giving and receiving buttons has always been considered lucky (symbolizing a long and strong friendship), this motif seemed enchanting as a theme for a jewellery collection. Do you know someone lucky who is as cute as a button?

Cairn

Cairns are used as trail markers in many parts of the world, often appearing as piles of rock or delicately balanced sculptures. In modern times, cairns are often erected as landmarks, a use they have had since ancient times. Using this collection you can create your own 'jewellery cairn' by stacking rings or wearing layered necklaces, embueing them with your own symbolism and meaning. Why not add a diamond set piece to represent the sparkle in someone's eye or we can add a special birthstone  on request - simple email us with your ideas....info@annikarutlin.com

Cirque

All the fun of the fair with Annika Rutlin's Cirque du Carré Collection (circus of the square). A tumbling selection of angled off-square pieces, featuring rings that playfully stack and intertwine, necklaces with linked shapes of alternating sizes or tassled chain and delightful earrings in various forms, with many pieces starring a diamond highlight for extra twinkle!

Year of the Dog

2018 is the Year of Earth Dog, running from the 2018 Chinese New Year on 16th February until the 2019 Lunar New Year’s Eve on February 4th. In China the Dog is the eleventh of all zodiac animals - honest and loyal, the truest friends and most reliable partner you'll ever find. Perfect for celebrating an important occassion, either within this particular year or for someone born in the year of the dog, Annika Rutlin's Year of the Dog collection comprising sterling silver disc charms in pendant, necklace, bracelet, ring, earring or cufflink forms. Chinese Dog years are listed below; Jan.28,1922-Feb.15,1923 Feb.14,1934-Feb.3,1935 Feb.2,1946-Jan.21,1947 Feb.18,1958-Feb.7,1959 Feb.6,1970-Jan.26,1971 Jan.25,1982-Feb.12,1983 Feb.10,1994-Jan.30,1995 Jan.29,2006-Feb.17,2007 Feb.16,2018-Feb.4,2019 Feb.3,2030-Jan.22,2031 Jan.22,2042-Feb.9,2043 Feb.8,2054-Jan.27,2055

Geo

Inspired by the patterns found on layered pebbles on a beach in Cornwall, and reminiscent of contour lines on a map,  Annika Rutlin's sterling silver Geo Collection's soft, organic texture exudes a natural charm. The perfect pieces for nature loving adventurers.

Halo

Halo is a symbolic collection of modern angel inspired jewellery: beings of light and existing entirely in the light of the Divine, angels channel strength, protection & guardianship. A glorious gift to help transcend and enhance your everyday endeavours.....or simply invaluable help when parking - It is alleged that if you ask your parking angel for help 3 times a space will appear!

Idun

Named after Idun, the flaxen haired goddess of Nordic mythology, guardian of the enchanted apples that gave the gods of Asgard their eternal youth, this collection is heavily influenced by Annika’s Scandinavian background. Rune stone inspired shapes combine with bold lines to create a huge choice of powerful eye catching designs for men and women. Many of the styles come with an 18 carat yellow gold detail and a diamond is always an attractive addition.

Inai

The Inai collection is a mixed media collection made of rugged oxidised solid silver with highlighted polished ends and contrasting black leather. As with much of Annika's work there is a deeper significance and meaning in the design..... Inai means 'inside' in japanese and the leather ossell knot represents a solution hidden within, whilst the leather contrasting with the textured silver expresses the complimentary yin and yang qualities of internal strength surrounded by an inviting external tenderness.

Ixion

A heavyweight rugged silver men's jewellery collection, the Ixion pieces have a manly angular styling, making them perfect for wearing with pretty much any look. The distressed looking urban texture, with its raw styled effect on the silver, is the stand out feature and contrasts amazingly with the heavy leather thong or hefty silver chain.

Luna

Luna: latin for moon and the name of the ancient Roman Goddess - the divine personification of the Moon.  Tides are created because the Earth and the moon are attracted to each other, and this collection relates these two narratives in a jewellery form...a selection of flowing pearl pieces available with raven black or white pearls as standard. We can also colour match the pearls to compliment your wedding dress or any outfit on request. Simply call us on 01273 583485 or email info@annikarutlin.com.

Missing U

Send a strong message of sentiment and love with this touching 'Missing U' collection. A delightful selection of rings, bangles, necklaces and cufflinks, playing on the abscence of the letter U from the alphabet. Also available with the option of a diamond, or birthstone on request, in lieu of the aching void - a clear declaration of the longing for an abscent individual. Ideal as a gift for someone going on a journey, leaving home (perhaps for University or a new job) or as a memorial token for someone departed.

Monsoon

A solid silver collection inspired by the whirling winds and rain experienced during the monsoon season. These pieces are multi faceted like the weather reflecting the duality of the monsoon season. One side is smooth and serene - the calm before the storm. The other is shadowy and forceful, with light swirls rising from a dark oxidised background, encapsulated within a droplet shape. With distinctly differing designs on either side, many of these pieces are reversible and can be worn with either side on display, creating two very different looks and a versality seldom seen; perfect for the modern woman's capsule wardrobe.

Raven

With its grey black hematite beads, oxidised textured silver and raven iconography, Annika Rutlin's Raven jewellery collection references her interest in Viking life & mythology. In Norse mythology, Huginn (from Old Norse "thought") and Muninn (Old Norse "memory" or "mind") are a pair of ravens that fly all over the world, Midgard, bringing back information to the almighty god Odin. The Vikings also used ravens to navigate, bringing the birds on voyages and then releasing them to help chart their path towards land. The raven was so important to them that it became an emblem used on flags.  

Solstice

Celebrated in both mid summer and mid winter the Solstice inspired Annika to create a circular styled silver jewellery collection celebrating the amazing power of the sun. The summer sun brings us warmth and love...Stay out late and shine on the longest day of the year wearing a jewel to bring you joy.The Winter Solstice marks the end of increasing darkness and the beginning of a return to light. The Solstice Collection celebrates this rebirth of hope and happiness, and the soft tranquil designs embody the excellent quality of workmanship and finish for which Annika Rutlin has quite rightly become renowned. The perfect Christmas present!