It started with a simple idea:
fine minimal jewellery sold at a fair price
In the summer of 2012, OMCH was created by Sophie Davies to provide versatile jewellery designs created with thoughtfulness and obsessive attention to detail; made from fine metals and sold at a fair price. In late 2017, we launched a new range of handmade homewares made from natural materials.
What started as a passion grew into a mission for a simpler way of living and more honest way of doing business. All our jewellery and homewares are crafted by hand, packaged and shipped with love from our studio in the Jewellery Quarter using high quality materials and minimalist packaging.
Oh My Clumsy Heart remains a small independent, online-only lifestyle brand. We like to keep things personal by maintaining our honest approach; we don’t try to look bigger than we are and we strive to be as transparent as possible.
Minimalist jewellery designed to be
worn every day and cherished for years.
What We Believe In
We believe less is more, trends aren't to be followed, and nice things shouldn't cost a fortune.
We craft our products with obsessive attention to detail; each piece is specifically designed to be used every day and cherished for years. Our materials are sustainable, our practices are ethical, and our quality is exceptional.
Our products are made in the UK and sold directly to you from our studio, which means you don't pay the traditional inflated markups for storefronts, middlemen, or designer labels. Simple, transparent, and fair.
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Hello. I'm Sophie, the creator and designer of Oh My Clumsy Heart. Originally from Kent, I moved to Birmingham to live and work in the Jewellery Quarter with my partner, Jack, our pets and enough plants to fill a botanical garden.
I'm passionate about quality craftsmanship, minimal style, and simple living.
I spend most of my time crafting new products and writing about simple living for the OMCH Journal and my personal blog, A Considered Life. Take a peek into the studio where I work.
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