Lara Stafford-Deitsch is a Bristol-based fine jeweller. Lara is passionate about celebrating women through her unique and statement jewellery pieces.

Lara completed her goldsmithing apprenticeship at Nicholas Wylde in 2020 and After gaining further experience working with Tina Engell until 2022, she then embarked on her own business journey.

Combining her love of life drawing and passion for fine jewellery, Lara’s latest collection embodies the essence of modern feminism. Uniting the soft curvature and serenity of the female form with the durability and strength of metal.

An ode to the strength, resilience, and elegance of the feminine.


“I am passionate about creating quality pieces that go beyond aesthetics and convey a powerful message. My jewellery is not just about adornment, but also a celebration of women’s strength, resilience and individuality.

Through my designs, I strive to capture the beauty of the female form and infuse it with the symbolism of strength and empowerment. Just like how jewellery is a medium for self-expression, feminism empowers women to embrace their uniqueness and assert their rights.

The two concepts are intertwined in my creative process, complimenting each other and inspiring me to create meaningful jewellery that celebrates women.”

– Lara Stafford-Deitsch


During Lara’s apprenticeship with jewellery designer Nicholas Wylde, she created a piece that spoke to the values and feminist ideals that LSD Jewellery stands for. This intricate and sculptural citrine ring served as a catalyst for her latest thought-provoking designs.

The OG Hera Ring is made out of 9ct yellow gold, and features a series of hand engraved female figures. With each spin a new and captivating figure becomes visible through the citrine stone. This element of voyeurism and titillation can be seen throughout the Hera collection. With playful diamond accents and glimpses into hidden portals of seduction.

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