Ming is a renowned designer of fine contemporary jewellery. A trained goldsmith, gemmologist and diamond specialist, for the past 20 years Ming has worked as a private jeweller, creating one-of-a-kind bespoke jewels.
An enduring fascination with natural gemstones drives Ming to seek out the very best from around the world. Her love of gemmology, along with a honed appreciation of the relationship between stone and wearer, is central to every piece she creates. Ming blends her rigorous training with a strong artistic instinct. Combining a desire to innovate with a belief in traditional craftsmanship.
Ming has launched two collections, Oriental Garden and Reverence for Nature, both inspired by the Far East. Each collection consists of 15 unique pieces, every one imbued with Ming’s distinctive aesthetic.
All of Ming’s jewellery is made by hand in London.
Aqua ice flower earrings
11.16ct no heat aquamarines and diamonds
Baguette city ring
Rose bud ring
7.54ct pink spinel and pink sapphires
Fruit pearl earrings
Rare natural colour lilac pearls, diamonds, pink, violet and blue sapphires and spinel
Aztec deco ring
17.34ct tri-colour watermelon tourmaline, green, pink and peach tourmaline
April, September and December ring
4.19ct sapphire, diamonds and turquoise
New York ring
6.25ct no heat yellow sapphire and black diamonds
No heat sapphire and amethyst
Antique angel hair coral, sapphire and diamonds
latest news & events
Antiques of the Future. The GEMGENÈVE Contemporary Designer Showcase, the Designer Vivarium, presents the work of individual designer-jewellers from around the world, each with a distinct point of view, a creative vision and strong personal style.
Work it out: Ming Lampson on making the transition from designer to entrepreneur.
As most of Ming’s work is bespoke shows are a rarity. Read about the first show in 10 years on the Jewellery Editor site.
Jewelry designer to watch: Ming Lampson, Notting Hill Treasure