Wright & Teague

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Wright & Teague
Industry Jewellery
Founded 1984; London, England
Headquarters 27 Burlington Arcade, Mayfair, United Kingdom
Products Diamonds
Gold and Rose gold
Website http://www.wrightandteague.com

Wright & Teague is a creative partnership between jewellers Gary Wright and Sheila Teague. They make and show their jewellery in a shop in Greek Street, Soho, in central London.


Wright and Teague met while studying at the Central School of Art and Design.[1] Wright & Teague was formed in 1984.[2]


Wright & Teague Delphi Rings
Wright & Teague Headdress

They have collaborated on projects with Oxfam,[2] Swarovski, the British Museum, Gemfields and the World Gold Council.[1] Commissions for film and television have included Elizabeth: The Golden Age and the Harry Potter films.[citation needed]


  1. ^ a b Lucy Morris ([2012]). Gold: Power and Allure; 4,500 years of gold treasures from across Britain at Goldsmiths' Hall. DazedDigital. Accessed August 2013.
  2. ^ a b Jessica Bumpus (18 November 2009). Wright & Teague For Oxfam. Vogue. Accessed August 2013.

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