Since our first platinum collection in 1987 our desire has been to create unique, precious jewels which are a delight to own and wear.

Our understated sensibility was ahead of its time then and has remained the cornerstone of the Cox & Power style ever since. Our craftsman foundations and love of nature, art and design influence our work, but emotion and atmosphere are our strongest inspirations. Our work has evolved but our vision is still as fresh over 30 years later.

Come and visit us at our shop and studio in Marylebone’s Chiltern Street, the only place our jewellery is sold and where every piece of Cox & Power jewellery is made.

You can find out more about us and what makes us tick below.

Craftsmanship, skill and love of materials run in the blood for Cox & Power;

Tony and Rachel each hail from East-End artisan roots and childhood fascinations with jewellery, art and geology became a grown-up passion.

Our original Cox & Power shop in Brompton Cross was the first artisan luxury space: a unique environment specially designed for making and showing our work, combining bespoke design and craftsmanship with the retail environment to create new way of selling precious jewellery.

Who We Are

Tony Power

Tony Power decided to be a goldsmith while still a schoolboy after watching a television documentary. He has been making jewellery since the age of 13 and has always loved the tradition, beauty and emotional significance of his craft.

After training at Glasgow School of Art he mastered the skills of the goldsmith in the studios of some of Britain’s most renowned jewellers before joining forces with Vicci Cox and Rachel Sweeney to form Cox & Power. His constantly evolving talent and appreciation of precious materials enables him to express his creative ideas with a unique sense of style and precision.

“I constantly challenge myself to make new pieces of jewellery that have definite qualities of proportion, line, rhythm… and most of all, beauty.”

He is committed to his craft and gives the same dedication to creating specially commissioned pieces  and new designs alike.

Sailing is a life and work inspiration for Tony; his experiences infuse his creativity and it was his voyage of a lifetime to French Polynesia that was the vision for our Tahitian Odyssey collection.

Tony’s work has been exhibited in Europe and the Far East; he is a Freeman of the Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths and he has won a number of design awards including the Diamonds International Award.

Rachel Sweeney

Rachel made her first piece of jewellery when she was about three and always knew she would work in a creative environment. She trained in jewellery and silversmithing at Sir John Cass School of Art and gained experience in different facets of the jewellery trade before launching Cox & Power to carve out a niche for designer jewellery in the UK.

Since Cox & Power became Fairtrade and Fairmined Licensees Rachel co-founded the Fair Luxury collective, seeking to inspire responsible sourcing and practice in the jewellery world. Alongside hosting other events she has spearheaded the 2017 Fair Luxury Presents exhibition at the Goldsmiths’ Centre, London.

Vicci Cox

Vicci Cox was in the original marketing team at the Platinum Guild and has always had a passion for platinum. Ever one to seek and seize an opportunity, it was recognising Tony’s talent that made Vicci step into the limelight with Cox & Power rather than spotlighting the work of others.