The collection includes over 500 M&S-branded products including the retailer’s sub-brand Autograph, which comprises 95% recycled materials and a premium gold collection with semi-precious stones.
Manufactured to DCK’s standards, 20% of the core collection will include recycled materials with all of the group’s suppliers compliant to “high ethical standards”.
Lorraine Bottomley, CEO, DCK Group, said: “M&S is one of the largest omnichannel jewellery retailers in the UK by market share and we are absolutely thrilled to have been selected as their partner of choice for accessories.
“We are really looking forward to building on this partnership, as DCK continues on its ambitious and exciting journey, with creating truly the best jewellery for leading retailers firmly at the heart of what we do.”
Jill Stanton, womenswear director, M&S, added: “We’re focused on offering our customers leading quality, style and value across all areas of clothing and footwear, but as part of strengthening our product engine we’ve had to get really clear on the different categories and how we can best serve our customers within them.
“In jewellery, a complementary category for us, we believe by working with industry experts DCK as a trusted supplier partner we can offer our customers a range that has real authority and complements our hero and growth categories within our stores and online.”