Payet Gallery

Star 4.7 (47 Google reviews)

The Payet brothers, Francois & Nicholas, have been handcrafting jewellery for over 30 years, drawing inspiration from the minute detail of organic hidden treasures found within their natural surroundings and the energy of the Margaret River region. Beautifully crafted, sophisticated yet simple designs accentuate the use of sparkling gemstones and luscious pearls all created at their purpose-built working studio. A viewing window within the gallery allows you to watch the brothers at work.
Just 6km south of Margaret River township you will find the stunning Payet Gallery & workshop in a tranquil bush setting. It is here that the Payet brothers are inspired to design and create their beautiful jewellery using precious metals, pearls and gem stones. 

Also on display is a beautiful collection of ceramics by Dariya Gratte and Narayani Palmer, paintings by Jeanette Dyson and Sam Broadhurst, photography by Martine Perrett and outdoor sculptures by Kashmir Rouw and Jonathan Thwaites.



Payet Gallery

611 Boodjidup Rd, Margaret River WA 6286, Australia


Star 4.7 (47 Google reviews)
Fraggle R 05 November 2022

A small but beautiful gallery, a mix of wonderful paintings, ceramics & gorgeous handmade jewellery - watch them being made onsite too.

U (Mrs U) 20 August 2022

Love our very beautiful new rings and experience at this gallery! My husband and I finally found the design we like during our first visit to Payet. Rings were made to our choice of gold and white gold blend. When we went to collect our rings, we were pleasantly surprised to get a good discount from Nick the owner because my ring is smaller and uses less gold. How honest and professional is that!! Thank you so much!! The artwork and jewellery here are all truly exquisite masterpieces. Must visit!!

Lyn de Ruyter 08 August 2020

Had a great experience friendly people and now have two interchangable pearl rings(1 white & 1 grey) that match another ring. Thank you all!

Robyn Lyall 04 January 2020

Gorgeous jewellery, stunning ceramics, a few selected paintings. All made by Margaret River artists.