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.
Cox & Power Timeline
In the beginning...
The Platinum & Gold Collection is launched by Vicci Cox and Tony Power.
Vicci recognised Tony’s talent whilst working at the Platinum Guild and the pair teamed up to create the UK’s first contemporary platinum jewellery showcase.
Tony’s work has been exhibited internationally and he has won a number of design awards including the Diamonds International Award. Both are Freemen of the Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths.
Cox & Power opens its doors
Rachel Sweeney joins Vicci and Tony to launch the first Cox & Power gallery and workshop in London’s Brompton Cross, spotlighting Tony’s modern designs and carving out a niche for designer jewellery in the UK. The space was designed to share the magic of jewellery making with the workshop taking centre stage.
Tony Power’s entire career has demonstrated his love of the history, beauty and emotional significance of his craft. Although a designer and creator of modern jewellery, his work is in the true tradition of the Master Goldsmith.
Liberty invites Cox & Power to open in their newly designed jewellery room, bringing bespoke jewellery to Liberty.
Cox & Power hosts the UK launch of the award-winning Swivel jewellery collection at Liberty
Cox & Power launches in Japan
Cox & Power opens in Japanese department store Takashimaya, followed by further department store openings throughout the country.
Cox & Power moves to Marylebone
The second Cox & Power shop opens in Marylebone High Street; a fascinating space in a then up-and-coming street.
A Fairtrade first
Celebrating 25 years in business, Cox & Power become Fairtrade and Fairmined Gold licensees, creating the first ever Fairtrade and Fairmined platinum ring.
From this point on, each new collection is created with Fairmined or Fairtrade Gold.
Chiltern Street opens
Cox & Power move from Marylebone High Street to Chiltern Street, the home of artisan style and now the only place Cox & Power jewellery can be found.
Rachel co-founds Fair Luxury, the jewellery collective inspiring responsible sourcing and ethical practice in the jewellery world. Their first conference in 2016 is followed by exhibitions raising awareness of ethical choices in jewellery and online events through lockdown and beyond.
Our work has evolved and our vision is still fresh over 30 years later.
Come and visit us in Marylebone’s Chiltern Street; the only place our jewellery is sold and where you can discover our jewellery and enter into our story.