The Serpents Club is an independent British label offering bespoke statement jewellery with an eco-conscious feel. 
Using semi precious stones, individually sourced from around the world, each piece is individually hand made by founder and designer Emily in her London space, using sustainable techniques and materials wherever possible.
Each piece plays with layers and textures; drawing inspiration from themes such as music, nature, historical jewellery, pop culture, the occult and mythology. Products are customisable and designed to be layered - allowing customers to create unique looks that compliment their individual style.
By producing each collection in small quantities and using limited materials, The Serpents Club ensures each customer owns a unique piece of sculptural, wearable art.

Emily Mae Tobin is a British womenswear and accessories designer based in London, England. Raised in the Yorkshire countryside by artist and musician parents; Emily grew up touring music and art shows from a young age, inspiring a lifelong passion for creative pursuits. 

After studying photography and fashion, Emily took a couple of years out to work within the industry for both independent and high street brands. During this time she worked within visual merchandising, pattern cutting and designing, seeing first hand how wasteful the industry is and realising she was drawn to companies who endorsed eco-conscious and ethical practices.

Whilst working as a DJ and studying for her degree in Fashion Innovation Technology in Manchester, Emily began making her own jewellery; a hobby that stemmed from having severe metal allergies and being unable to find accessories that matched her personal aesthetic. Under the recommendation of a friend, The Serpents Club was born in 2014. Since it's humble beginnings in a shared apartment; the business has evolved into a specialist label running completely from a privately owned production facility. The labels primary focus is on high end ethically produced costume and fine jewellery.