Meet Jennifer

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About Me

I came up as a goldsmith in one of the toughest jewelry markets in the country - the diamond district of NYC. In fact, I was the very first female goldsmith to be hired into the Master Workshop of David Yurman in 2015 where I had the opportunity to learn from some of the most talented master jewelers from across the globe. Following this experience, I worked in high-end jewelry production where I hand-crafted and repaired pieces for jewelry houses like Cartier, Foundrae, Tiffany & Co., and Louis Vuitton, among others.

When the pandemic gave me the opportunity for self-employment, I seized it. I felt it was important to grow a brand with an attitude of appreciation - Appreciation of the materials given to us by the earth, and appreciation of the talents of the miners and craftspeople whose contributions are sometimes invisible.

I've found through my work that jewelry is such an intimate thing - not only because jewelry touches your skin on a daily basis, but because we use it to mark the most important milestones and people in our lives. Jewelry connects us to memories, to the people we love, and to the best (most sparkly) versions of ourselves. I am so honored to have a part in creating these deeply personal objects for people.

My hope is that through my work, I can help you to tell your own stories.




Solid Gold

Solid Precious Metal: One of the amazing qualities of gold is that it is infinitely recyclable. It is also waterproof, tarnish-proof, and durable enough to last a lifetime. We want your jewelry to last a lifetime or two or five. For this reason, we will never sell you gold-plated, vermeil, or any material that is less than heirloom quality.

Ethically sourced gemstones: We do our best to do no harm, by working with gem dealers who are close in the supply chain to the source mine and who are enthusiastically transparent about their practices. We are critical of "too good to be true" prices, and avoid stones that come from regions that are known to have questionable or dangerous mining practices.
Australian Opal is one of our favorites because it is easily ethically sourced, and is often traceable to its source mine.

Certified Recycled Materials: All of the raw gold, silver, and platinum used in our designs is SCS Certified Recycled. That means that our suppliers are third-party monitored for responsible practices, and must complete routine audits to maintain their certification. Read more about our Ethos below.
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