Growing up in a picture perfect village, on the edge of the river Avon, Victoria’s childhood was spent outdoors, absorbing the beauty of the British countryside.
This appreciation for nature endured as she immersed herself in the urban glamour of St. James’s, London and vintage Cartier. Her path from there took her to Bond Street with Cartier and Boucheron, finally helping to launch Harry Winston, London, before returning to St. James’s to manage Verdura, UK. During this period Victoria also graduated from the Gemological Institute of America, as a diamond grader.
Victoria’s vision for her own jewellery collection was starting to crystallise and in 2009 she launched Victoria Tryon. Victoria was nominated for the Bright Young Gems Awards in 2010, an initiative that aims to identify the jewellery industry’s fastest rising stars.
“It is a great honour and responsibility to be entrusted to mark such momentous occasions in people’s lives, creating heirlooms transmitted through generations.”
Victoria considers jewellery as more than a mere accessory. It conveys who we are and reminds us of special people, places and moments.
Victoria aims to create unique and engaging pieces that each have a story to tell. On the one hand, her design philosophy is inspired by the simple elegance of colours forms and textures of the natural world. On the other hand, the brand draws on a skilled use of precious stones, classical techniques and luxurious materials to fuel the imagination – evoking exotic opulence and glamour. In this juxtaposition Victoria has created a brand that expresses all that she loves about fine jewellery. She hopes that you will love it in equal measure.
Victoria is currently immersed in raising her two little gems, splitting her time between Paris and London and applying the finishing touches to bespoke projects.