Gabriella Kiss

“I have always had an eye for the small. A world within a world, the microcosm as the macrocosm.” Born in Canada and schooled at Pratt Institute in sculpture, Gabriella Kiss makes work that tends towards belonging in a diorama in a Natural History Museum. “I try to make pieces that have a narrative, or […]

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Rallou

Rallou is an artist, jewelry designer and maker based on Athens, Greece.  She was trained as a graphic designer, and then graduated from Alchimia School of Contemporary Jewelry in Florence, Italy. Over the last nine years Rallou has created a number of one-of-a-kind showpieces and participated in group exhibitions for contemporary jewelry in Boston, MA […]

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Alice Cicolini

Born from a desire to celebrate the beauty of ancient mastercraft, Alice Cicolini’s eponymous label brings a unique voice to contemporary fine jewellery, privileging slow luxury and artisanship alongside fine materials. Handmade in India, her designs are crafted in the studio of one of the last Jaipuri meenakari trained in the enamel traditions of Persia, […]

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Ten Thousand Things

Ten Thousand Things is a collection of fine jewelry designed by Ronald Anderson and David Rees, self-taught jewelers who came to the bench after successful careers in fashion retail. From their atelier, they meticulously hand craft modern heirlooms — sculptural forms in silver and gold — inspired by abstract shapes found in nature, and meant to best highlight expertly-chosen stones, including rare Pariba tourmalines, black opals and American natural pearls.

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Ted Muehling

Since 1976, Ted Muehling has been designing jewelry and decorative objects inspired by organic forms found in nature. Muehling studied Industrial Design at Pratt Institute in New York where he was mentored by designers who fostered an appreciation of form, proportion, and pure beauty as well as advocating the power of design to enhance every day life.

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Sia Taylor

Jewellery designer Sia Taylor is a rare breed of artisan. Combining classical Fine Arts training with a holistic and sensitive approach, her designs evoke an old-world craftsmanship rarely found in modern design. After completing her studies at Newcastle University followed by an MA at the Royal College of Art – Taylor went to live in Africa, producing her first collection on a workbench under the shade of a Thorn tree in the Botswanan bush.

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Rosanne Pugliese

Rosanne discovered her passion for jewelry making while in the midst of a career in the fashion world. She was greatly influenced while designing for Calvin Klein, honing an eye for choosing luxurious, sensuous materials and putting them to work in clean, modern, sculptural forms.

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OLE LYNGGAARD COPENHAGEN

OLE LYNGGAARD COPENHAGEN is a family-run, Danish jewelry company with a distinctly Scandanavian aesthetic. The company was established in 1963 by goldsmith and fine jewelry designer Ole Lynggaard. Today, Ole and his daughter, Charlotte work closely together, designing collections for a dedicated clientele of European royalty.

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Nicole Landaw

Nicole Landaw’s sleek surfaces and seductive, innovative forms have established her as one of today’s leading jewelry designers. Inspired by organic structures, her collection ranges from bold to delicate. Nicole thoughtfully carves, forms and finishes each piece in her Brooklyn studio.

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Maureen Fullam

Maureen Fullam has been incorporating the technique of reverse gilding and painting on glass, known as Verre Eglomise, since the late nineteen eighties.  During this time she has worked with premiere architects, designers and world-class decorators executing extraordinary commissions and special projects.  These have ranged from small decorative objects, custom furniture, to mirrored wall and […]

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