After completing a Batchelor’s degree in Jewellery & Accessories at Middlesex University, Natalie continued to develop her craft with Kothari Jewels in Jaipur. Working on finely handmade traditional Kundan Meena jewellery, her love for India was cemented.
Returning to London, Natalie worked behind the scenes with leading British jewellery designer, Alice Cicolini, and managed several British and international jewellery brands. In 2016, however, she founded her own brand and collections, drawing on her stories and experiences from around the world.
Inspired by the disintegrating patterns and murals from the fading Indian temples she visited whilst working in Jaipur, Natalie’s designs explore a fragmented aesthetic of broken mandala patterns – imagining the jewellery and treasures of the women who once lived there. Each piece is made in the UK using ethically sourced 18ct Fairtrade Gold, and the latest Natalie Perry collection – Floral Fragments – has recently been awarded Professional Jeweller’s Ethical Jewellery Collection of the Year.