Shaun Leane has redefined the standard of British jewellery design for more than 20 years. Having burst into the catwalk scene in 1993, he is recognised in the industry for his signature hook designs and angular, pointed styling. At Miltons Diamonds, we provide a range of Shaun Leane jewellery, which you can discover in the collection below. The brand is synonymous with fusing innovation with exquisite craftsmanship, creating timeless and elegant jewellery inspired by modern romance. In Shaun Leane’s jewellery collection, you’ll discover some of the most admired masterpieces of the twenty-first century.
The Shaun Leane jewellery house was born at the bench in London’s jewellery quarter, Hatton Garden. The founder, Shaun Leane, trained in a traditional apprenticeship from 15 years old, learning diamond mounting and antique restoration in an environment where skill was paramount, and perfection was the standard.
This classical, technical education is the foundation for Shaun Leane jewellery and the prerequisite for all their design and craft. Their atelier comprises a team of highly-skilled artisans, all trained in the delicate art of goldsmithing.
Leane’s unwavering commitment to breaking entrenched traditions, playing conventions and bringing a fresh dynamic to exquisitely crafted fine jewellery has led to esteemed collaborations, including his longstanding partnership with Lee Alexander McQueen.
United by a shared passion for craftsmanship, the fashion duo created a series of provocative catwalk jewels that have become iconic milestones in both the art of couture jewellery and the history of runway fashion.
Leane’s significant design legacy has led to further collaborations with Daphne Guinness, Nick Knight, Boucheron, Damien Hirst and more, propelling Leane to global recognition.
With several of his masterpieces exhibited at foremost museums, including the V&A and The Metropolitan Museum, these breathtaking creations are acknowledged as contemporary works of art in their own right. Described by Sotheby’s auctioneers as ‘desired antiques of the future’.