Named after a 16th-century Dutch trading ship, Los Angeles-based Hoorsenbuhs was founded in 2005. Photographer-turned-jewelry designer Robert Keith and his partner, Kether Parker, specialize in fine gold pieces embellished with the house’s signature tri-link motif: a symbol of strength, quality, and continuous opulence.
Brazilian born jewellery designer Fernando Jorge takes inspiration from the laidback attitude and effortless sensuality of his home country.
Fernando’s pieces are imbued with sensuality, energy and movement - his aesthetic is inherently Brazilian. He often uses locally sourced gemstones and minerals, giving them his signature finish, including unique cuts and the use of delicate gold snake chain. The result has a distinctly sculptural feel that is both elegant and modern.
For more than 70 years, family-owned and operated Rahaminov Diamonds has been a trusted supplier of beautifully cut rare diamonds to the trade and to fine jewelry retailers worldwide.
Tamara Rahaminov and her husband Amir Goldfiner, who met while studying at the Gemological Institute of America, opened the Los Angeles office in 1989 and steadily evolved it from a fine diamond house to a luxury brand of exquisite diamond jewelry.
Tamara’s designs have received critical notice, winning numerous awards including the prestigious 2016 Grand Prize JCK Jewelers’ Choice Award for its dazzling Rosé ring.
Katey launched her jewelry design company, K. Brunini Jewels, in 1998. Her creations pay homage to Nature’s spontaneous wit and organic aesthetic. Based in San Diego, Katey is known for traveling the world to seek both artistic and ethereal inspiration when creating each of her collections. Her collections are made of lasting and beautiful materials—precious metals of platinum, gold and sterling silver. She mixes these with diamonds, pearls and rare gems then incorporates unique elements of wood, bone and antlers to create a raw and refined harmony.
A native of Southern California, Irene's fundamental inspiration is the ocean. Its purity, power and colors are all key elements at the origin of her designs. Her fascination with intense colors and raw, un-manufactured gem cuts, have become signature trademarks of the line. From the moment she began designing jewelry, Irene was inundated with requests to purchase her one-of-a kind pieces.
In 2003, she brought a small collection to Barneys New York, where the buyer placed a significant order after their first meeting. One year after joining Barneys, Irene Neuwirth ranked among the store's top selling jewelry lines, a position maintained to this day. In the fall of 2014, Irene opened her own flagship store on the tree lined street Melrose Place in West Hollywood. The jewel box space was designed by Pam Shamshiri of Commune and marked the first time Irene’s vision was realized in a full brand experience.
Stephen Webster, the London-based luxury jewelry brand internationally heralded for its exquisite and cutting edge designs captivates by interpreting modern imagery while celebrating traditional craftsmanship.
With an inimitable style created by the bold combination of innovative design, uncompromising attention to detail, together with the finest materials, Stephen Webster continues to dazzle by interpreting modern and diverse imagery via traditional, precision craftsmanship.
Inspired by subjects as diverse as William Blake’s illustrations for "Albion Rose", the pop culture iconography of David Bowie’s Ziggy Stardust album cover, Jules Verne’s “Twenty Thousand Leagues Under The Sea” or reinterpreting the plumage of England’s game birds, this is fine jewellery-as-story-telling at its most colourful and imaginative.
Katey Brunini creates fine jewelry that embodies the power and grace of nature. Whimsical and poetic, Katey’s signature collections include: Twig, Vertebrae, DNA, Skipping Stones, Spider Web, Objects Organique, Spirit Animals and Body Armor. Her jewelry is made with poetry laced in its shapes... [ Read More ]
California based jewelry designer Amy Yankelevitz combines elements of nature and her philosophical visions to ultimately create an aesthetic equilibrium in her jewelry designs. Through the appreciation of the natural world and extensive knowledge of gems, her passion is evident as the conception of an image is sketched in intricate detail and then transformed into one-of-a kind pieces of fine jewelry.
Amy's desire to enhance life, art and nature is realized in each design she creates. Inherent in her repertoire of designs is a graceful balance between the ancient and modern worlds and each piece is delicately preserved in alchemies of 22k, 18k, platinum, painted enamel, inlaid precious stones handcrafted in the United States and Europe. Amy is recognized for her unique menagerie of beautiful & charmingly whimsical jewelry designs that forever resonate timeless quality for life.
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Katey Brunini creates fine jewelry that embodies the power and grace of nature. Whimsical and poetic, Katey’s signature collections include: Twig, Vertebrae, DNA, Skipping Stones, Spider Web, Objects Organique and Spirit Animals. Her jewelry is made with poetry laced in its shapes. Trunk show runs from December 27 through December 29th. Personal appearance by Katey Brunini
MONIQUE PÉAN is a New York based fine jewelry brand known for its one-of-a-kind designs, avant-garde style and unique materials, including sustainable fossilized walrus ivory, fossilized woolly mammoth ivory and fossilized dinosaur bone. MONIQUE PÉAN is committed to partnering with artisans around the world to support traditional craftsmanship and cultural heritage. As the premier environmentally friendly fine jewelry collection, MONIQUE PÉAN strives to raise awareness of art, culture and global environmental issues through design. Proceeds from MONIQUE PÉAN sales contribute to global philanthropic organizations such as charity:water, which provides clean drinking water and basic sanitation to people in developing nations.
Monique Péan launched her eponymous fine jewelry company in 2006. In 2009, Péan was one of the recipients of the prestigious CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Award, and won the Ecco Domani Fashion Foundation Award for Accessories that same year. Most recently, Péan was named one of Fast Company's Most Creative People in Business 1000 in January 2014. Péan was raised in the Washington D.C. area and received her B.A. in Philosophy, Political Science and Economics from the University of Pennsylvania.
Katey Brunini creates fine jewelry that embodies the power and grace of nature. Whimsical and poetic, Katey’s signature collections include: Twig, Vertebrae, DNA, Skipping Stones, Spider Web, Objects Organique and Spirit Animals. Her jewelry is made with poetry laced in its shapes. Trunk show runs from December 27 through December 29th. Personal appearance by Katey Brunini.
Kimberly McDonald has always had a deep love and appreciation for nature and these attributes have found their way into her fine jewelry line. The North Carolina native, now based in New York City, has created an entire collection using natural and organic materials such as agates and geodes, complimented by natural/untreated fine materials such as diamonds, raw emeralds, and baroque pearls. McDonald’s commitment to honoring nature is further underscored by her use of reclaimed gold and wood, and recycled diamonds and other precious stones.