Fine design, elegantly crafted, never goes out of style. Check out these examples from a dozen master jewelers. [portfolio_slideshow showcaps=true]
Contemporary jewelry designers mix and match materials in these 12 trendsetting pieces. [portfolio_slideshow showcaps=true]
Metalsmith Andrea Williams says her work as an artist has been “a bit of a journey.” She was a teenager when she fell in love with metalworking. “I love how I can take this solid thing and make it move,” she explains.
Christine Keller’s line of twisted, brightly colored anodized aluminum jewelry delivers statement pieces at just the right price point for your customers. Based in Buckhannon,…
Bold earrings, necklaces and bracelets hand-forged in sterling silver and gold with unique circles of negative space are the trademark of jewelry designer Belle Brooke Bare. Her jewelry making objective is complex…
Sometimes inspiration is right under your feet. That’s exactly how jeweler Karen Klinefelter designed her Mesh series. “It all stemmed from a piece of rusted metal mesh I found on the road one day while running,” she explains.
“I have made jewelry for as long as I can remember,” says Molly Dingledine. And she’s not kidding. She started threading necklaces as a child, and by high school had a bona fide business, “Molly Made,” replete with custom jewelry boxes and labels.
Stuart Breidenstein is somewhat of a mad scientist when it comes to jewelry design. “I’ll take something I’ve done and slice it apart, reshape it, add some elements, put it back together and let it evolve from there,” he says.