Underpinned by our commitment to quality, our collection of jewellery is consciously created. We stand for a slower, more measured approach to the fast-paced manufacturing process, that’s why each piece is made to order. From changes to our packaging, production, the materials we use and workflow within our studio, we are committed to our sustainability journey.

Love Isabelle pieces are handcrafted, predominately in-house at our Sydney studio. As a close-knit team, we pride ourselves on the production of our pieces and we work to turn orders around as soon as possible. As Isabelle is a self-taught jeweller, she works hard with her team to constantly be mindful of their practices and encourage them to think critically about their crafting, always with a focus on attention-to-detail. 


Our designs are created in-house where Isabelle begins by firstly conceptualising her collection. Drawing inspiration from past decades, vintage findings and lifestyle trends, she maps out her core focus for the collection to embody and from their begins sketching or mapping out with materials, her designs.

With longevity at the forefront, Love Isabelle pieces are designed to be timeless and remain a core part of your jewellery collection forever.


As every piece is handmade to order, we only supply to demand, allowing us to function as a minimal waste company. By handcrafting our jewellery predominantly in-house, it gives us complete control over the process - from sourcing and production to setting, finishing and packaging. These practises have remained the same since the inception of the brand, only expanding the production overseas, in order to facilitate growth.

Our production team exists both in-house, in our Sydney studio where we handcraft around 85% of our range, and globally, where we source precious stones and metals that make up the 15% of our range. We are very fortunate to work closely with our team of craftsmen in India to ensure our pieces are responsibly created. They are part of the Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC) which ensures working conditions and processes remain transparent and are regularly audited within their business. 
Our long-term goal is to manufacture 100% of our pieces in-house in our Sydney studio.