10 Years of Sustainable Jewellery

Celebrating 10 Years of Sustainable Jewellery

10 Years of Sustainable Jewellery

Ten years ago, it all started with a simple idea
— fine minimal jewellery sold at a fair price.

At a time when high quality jewellery that was affordable, made to last, and eco-conscious was virtually impossible to find; I started Oh My Clumsy Heart. A jewellery brand prioritising fair pricing and sustainability, without compromising on quality.


A lot has changed since then.
But our honest approach remains the same.

Oh My Clumsy Heart is still an independent, online-only jewellery brand. Making small batch jewellery from responsibly-sourced metals, and sold without traditional retail mark-ups.

Sustainability has increasingly become a top priority. I've always looked for new ways to reduce the environmental impact of my small business. I use eco-friendly packaging that can be reused or recycled; and the take-back programme takes care of unwanted jewellery and scrap metal.

In 2021, Oh My Clumsy Heart was the winner of the Best Responsibly-Made Plastic-Free Jewellery at the Global Green Business Awards. We also won Best Eco-Friendly Jewellery Packaging Company at Midlands Enterprise Awards 2022.



10 Years of Sustainable Jewellery

Shop 20% off the Best Sellers

To celebrate our 10th anniversary, I've put together a Birthday Collection with 20% off. It features the best selling jewellery over the years as well as my personal favourites.

Apply Code: 10THBDAY



10 Years of Sustainable Jewellery

Extra 10% off Zero Waste Jewellery

Samples, seconds, and gently-used jewellery are sold in the Zero Waste Sale to minimise waste and make our jewellery even more affordable.

Apply Code: 10EXTRAZWS

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About the Author: Sophie Davies

Sophie is a freelance writer and full-time jeweller. She has been writing about simple living and sustainability for almost ten years; exploring eco-habits, conscious living, and sustainable jewellery. She writes for a variety of brands and publications as well as her personal blog, A Considered Life.