Comfort Station is one of Brick Lane’s very special treasures. Set in Brick Lane’s quieter neighbouring Cheshire Street of exciting vintage dens, Comfort Station offering a rare harmony of serenity and excitement through ethereal, mysterious and highly unusual designer jewellery. Comfort Station is adored for its delicate conceptual jewellery with an unmistakable fine art influence edged with an air of dark romanticism. The independent is also loved for its ambient boutique styling of peculiar taxidermy, birds, beasts and botany china plates and irresistible jewels with a story. Open antique books and battered vintage suitcases line the walls, elegantly displaying the collection in a dreamlike world of suspended animation.
Comfort Station is known for unusual themes such as science, mathematics, the phonetic alphabet, geographical destinations, cosmology and entomology that add an extra coded layer of meaning to every sentimental piece. Discover unexpected thought provoking inspirations like Comfort Station’s beautiful exploration of the number five; the only odd untouchable number perfect and the most consonant harmony in musical script. Comfort Station’s jewellery collections are founded on clear ethics, handcrafted in house using precious metals and sustainable materials.
A Comfort Station Celestial Gold Pendant costs £275 and a Comfort Station ‘Fly Me To The Moon’ Silver Ring costs £175.
WeLikeShopping Tip: Discover extraordinary necklaces such as Comfort Station’s popular sliced book pendants featuring teardrop cut outs of antique London maps worn fanned open or closed.