Eclectic Eccentricity: it’s all in the name
What more is there to say? Eclectic Eccentricity is a jewellery brand with a delightful varied palate of ingeniously individual designs, from small animals on necklaces to astronauts on bracelets, this company has it all.
Formed in 2004 by Lucy Crick from her living room table, the now widely celebrated brand hosts some of the most ludicrous but endearing designs, all with their very own story to tell. EE finds inspiration for their products from almost anywhere and everywhere; from vintage delights and antiques to clichéd walks on the beach, space, dinosaurs, pretty stones, bees… (the list only gets more interesting).
Each item is lovingly made and delivered straight to your door, with the peace of mind that it was handmade by a crack team of dreamers come jewellery makers. The quality of the products is also high, most definitely being a mark above the rest, presenting itself in a box only to prolong the anticipated wonder of the beauty inside.
Along with the product aspect, is the high calibre customer service, one of the main things that draws customers back into buying again. With all efficiency, diligence, smiles and a hint of sparkle, EE clearly knows how to treat a girl right.
Each product is beautifully individual, being crafted from a range of materials from titanium quartz to opal, and with an abundance of designs. There is also an array of collections, including All Creatures Great & Small, Cosmos and Look of Love that all deliver beautiful items all for reasonable prices for the quality they provide. The only negative that would come to anyone’s mind is that you are likely to blow possibly all of your life savings buying as many things as you can that will get an “ooh that’s interesting” from people. A pretty good negative.
As EE says: “We’re for the girl who is inquisitive of heart and inquiring of mind,” so find your wild side and unleash your creativity at the sight of a dog on your neck and a space shuttle on your wrist. Become eccentrically eclectic for Eclectic Eccentricity.