Other Designers at The Steensons

The Steensons stock over 50 European and local designers. Below is a small selection to give you a taster but a visit to the Belfast store is a must to see all the designers on offer.

Andrew Geoghegan

Andrew understands that to be a successful jewellery designer many factors must be considered such as trends, practicality, durability and innovation. However the crucial element in capturing the attention of an individual and evoking emotion within them is the aesthetics. Aesthetics can be broken down into several areas such as balance and proportion though Andrew believes that simplicity is the key.

To captivate an individual further Andrew may develop certain characteristics within his designs by displaying aspects of the stones usually hidden, combining classic elements with contemporary or by involving moving or removable parts. Each creation however simple it may at first appear, has been meticulously designed and Andrew approaches each piece as a functional sculpture.

View Andrew's rings on our website


Henrich & Denzel Jewellery


Henrich & Denzel

The name Henrich & Denzel stands for exclusive jewellery made from platinum and diamonds, for values which endure. Developing collections with a clear style, which not only reflect the beauty of our time but also become modern classics which stand the test of time regardless of fashion trends. Henrich & Denzel have a clear profile: they focus on essentials, there are no unconsidered compromises. This also includes their choice of material. Using precious metals only in their natural colours, this means as white precious metal, naturally white platinum, and as yellow precious metal, yellow gold. They make a clear connection between material and shape, between function and aesthetics.

The working of platinum requires a high level of skill and experience. At Henrich & Denzel the traditional goldsmith's craft and sophisticated technology are combined to create exquisite pieces of jewellery.

View Henrich and Denzel Rings here


Furrer-Jacot Jewellery



In 1858 Jean-Jacques Arbenz set up Furrer Jacot in Schaffhausen, where he knew he would find one of the elements so essential to the production of his sophisticated jewellery creations: a long-established tradition of fine craftsmanship.

Even today, this is a tradition still proudly upheld at Furrer-Jacot. Although the former one-man business is now an international jewellery manufacturer with a staff of nearly 100, they still attach the greatest importance to craftsmanship of the highest standard. Furrer-Jacot are not in the mass goods market so they do not produce 'to stock.' Each customer's wishes are treated individually and each creation is made to order. Individuality and exclusivity is the philosophy that guides them.

View Furrer Jacot rings here




Screen printed acrylic with Silver and gold plate. 

"Inspired by music and performing arts, visualized by architecture, in contact with nature and people, with a high demand on design and craftsmanship, we have been making jewelry for more than 20 years - with great pleasure for enthusiastic customers - again and again. With much curiosity about unusual techniques, we create jewelry that conveys feelings and moods.


It is always important to us to design pieces of jewelery that create a special fascination with their lines, their colourfulness.


When our jewelry becomes a beloved, esteemed, personality-supporting statement, we have realized our idea of jewelry design."

J├╝rgen Kreuchauff, Marion Stolp, and Sabrina Kreuchauff




"I love the architecture of small forms", Ilse Ebert says, "it makes me happy to see self-concious women wear MANU-jewellery like a dot on the I". More than twenty years ago, she founded MANU-jewellery together with her husband Horst."

Today, Johannes Weege and his team make sure the formula of success is carried on and refined into the next generation.



Jane Adam Jewellery

Jane Adam

Jane Adam's jewellery can be seen in galleries, exhibitions and, most importantly, being worn by discerning people, all around the world.

Her work is the result of twenty years of constant innovation and experimentation with a modern industrial material: anodised aluminium. With this everyday material, she creates something new and unexpected, where soft marks and subtle colours exist on a shimmery, iridescent surface. Thus, she creates pieces that extend traditional jewellery values: those of beauty, femininity and preciousness.

Her work explores female sensuality, both in the nature of the forms themselves and in the way they feel when worn. By becoming part of the wearer's experience and expression, her jewellery is transformed and complete.


Jill Graham

Jill Graham is one of Northern Ireland's up and coming jewellery designers. Specializing in high quality, contemporary jewellery, Jill works only in precious metals, mainly sterling silver and 18ct gold. Each item of jewellery is handmade and individual.

The main source of inspiration for Jill's work comes from organic structures, elements of plant life. She also likes to explore themes of layering, movement and texture. This intuitive and spontaneous way of working takes full advantage of the natural qualities and beauty of the materials. The unique and beautiful designs of Jill Graham are attracting attention at home and abroad.

Linda Macdonald

Designed and made near Loch Lomond in Scotland, Linda's whimsical award winning silver collections capture the essence of the British countryside, the delicate detail and romance of nature. Linda Macdonald has become one of the leading jewellery designers in the UK
With keepsake and timeless qualities, Linda Macdonald jewellery offers the perfect excuse to spoil a loved one with a lasting treasure. 

Alan Ardiff

Long established in Ireland, Alan Ardiff creates jewellery from a combination of gold and silver, with a number of the jewellery pieces incorporating kinetic parts;worlds spin, boats bob, birds peck and hearts roll! His whimsical imagery is mingled with intricate processes and articulation to creat pieces that are truly innovative, charming and very wearable. All Alan Ardiff's pieces are designed and handcrafted from his workshop in the heart of Dublin.