About; Sylvia Kerr uses all the knowledge, experience and cultural influence she has pooled from nearly two decades of design to present exciting and breath-taking jewellery. Her collections showcase her passion for nature and a lifetime love of horses. 

As an example, epitomising country living and equestrian pursuits, the Badminton Collection sits confidently alongside many fine British Heritage brands. The collection showcases the brand’s passion for equestrianism with a desire and flair for creating contemporary pieces with a timeless appeal.

Focusing on eight core pieces, the collection centers around a vintage stirrup design presented with the brand’s signature craftsmanship in attention to detail. From the leather strap detail attachment on the stirrup design, through to the entwined ‘rope’ of silver incorporated into a contemporary bangle, inspired by a headcollar lead rope, every piece amplifies equestrian elegance at the highest level.

Created to be worn solo or as part of the carefully considered collection of brooches, bracelets and earrings, the Badminton Necklace is significantly stunning with its single drop pendant stirrup and long elegant chain. It is a statement piece for the season ahead and beyond. 

The new collection ‘Farah’ takes inspiration from Sylvia’s very own beloved warmblood horse of the same name.

Captivated by her bold character, elegance and strength, Sylvia has created a strong six-piece collection which celebrates the horse that forms the centre of her world. Her noble head finishes a long statement neck chain and playfully nuzzles your neck on the stunning neckpiece featuring three dramatic chains that lay entirely to decorate your décolletage. Her tack brings a hint of leather strap detailing to a contemporary bangle and her plaits ready for competition are celebrated in a pair of earrings which swing delightfully from Sylvia’s signature leather strap detailing.

Where to find them; Although Sylvia Kerr are not exhibiting at Badminton, visit them at



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