Scouting Visionaries.
Curating Objects of Obsession.

Across the world, we indulge in adventure and seek to uncover the brightest designers who challenge the status quo, creating pieces that are at once contemporary and everlasting.

  • Aero

    AERODIAMONDS creates “Diamonds in Space” for today’s discerning luxury client. This new concept is a visible artistry of diamonds connected without traditional mountings.

    This is the modern uniqueness of AeroDiamonds: Unlimited designs are created without mounting the stones with prongs or metal channels. Imagine AeroDiamonds’ unique ability to combine high SI quality diamonds of any shape or size in unique designs tailored for you.

    Laser technology allows us to join the stones with proprietary platinum rings. Without the need for metal mountings which confine the vibrancy of the diamonds, AeroDiamonds releases “Diamonds in Space.”

  • Alp Sagnak

    In December of 2008, Atelier Minyon opened an exquisite flagship jewelry boutique on Spring Street in the heart of SoHo, New York City – an expansion of their six stores, Jewel House of Minyon, based in Ankara, Turkey. Designer Alp Sagnak creates unique collections that draw upon traditional Turkish design but are infused with a more modern twist. Known for using mixed metals and precious stones like diamonds, black diamonds, rubies, sapphires and emeralds, Atelier Minyon creates one-of-a-kind designs that are hand crafted. The jewelry is, without a doubt, bold and inventive and worn by those who seek something different.

  • Ana Katarina

    Artist. Activist. Feminist. Mother.

    In her fine jewelry brand, Ana-Katarina's worlds collide with astounding beauty.
    Throughout her extensive humanitarian travel and profound experiences as a war correspondent, Ana-Katarina Vinkler-Petrovic has been driven by her passion for social justice and inspired by the staggering beauty of the exotic and the everyday. "I keep a visual lexicon in my consciousness created from my background, history, travels, passions and experiences. When I design. this mental encyclopedia opens to bring forth the inspirations for my jewelry."

    Ana-Katarina began organically through private clients who recognized Ana-Katarina's intuitive eye.
    She has since been sought out for commissions across the globe. among them for royal families of the Middle East. She collaborates with respected artisans to sculpt her pieces. For the wearer, these striking, sensual accessories transcend the category of fine jewelry: they become stunning personal signatures, future heirlooms and treasured talismans worn at every occasion.

    Motivated by the tragedies she has witnessed and the legacy she is leaving behind for her 3 daughters, Ana-Katarina is committed to sourcing reclaimed, recycled, fair-trade, and precious materials. A member of Ethical Metalsmiths and AGTA (American Gem Trade Association). she passionately supports ethical and sustainable practices in the making of her collections.

    In 2017. Ana-Katarina created the 'Iconic Women' campaign to honoring and celebrating the extraordinary in all women. The campaign was created using a culturally diverse range of real women as models whose beauty comes from their creativity, achievement, courage and expression of femininity.

    Ana-Katarina's jewelry is proudly crafted in the United States and has been sold throughout the U.S.,Europe, Asia, Africa and the Middle East. It has been featured in private exhibitions worldwide and highlighted in the national and international press.

  • Anna Rossi

    A professional background that includes important projects and collaborations designing for the most prestigious luxury brands, such as Cartier, Jaeger-Le Coultre, Bulgari, Tiffany & Co. and Ferragamo as Senior Watch Manager and Designer, Anna decided to launch her Fine Jewelry line at the end of 2018.Anna Maccieri Rossi ‘s Jewelry is an Italian Brand with the goal of creating precious and timeless pieces of Art, designed and hand made in Italy. It is a very innovative project inspired by her heritage in watchmaking. All the collections are deeply inspired by the theme of Time. A time that must not be chased or taken by grant-ed, but appreciated, loved, lived. It is a tribute to memory through imagination. Memory is able to connect us to our roots and tradition; Imagination can inspire and bring us to the future. Memory is our essence. Imagination is our dream.

  • Ananya

    The Hindi word for ‘unique’, ANANYA creates fine jewelry that’s meant to feel personal, symbolic and connected to the wearer. A graduate from Central Saint Martins and GIA, designer Ananya Malhotra is often influenced by her Indian heritage and the different cultures she’s experienced during her travels.

  • Borgioni

    Mother-daughter design team, Rhonda & Tiffany Bartolacci have always had a love for combining unique, but classic designs. This love has developed into a flourishing business, most commonly known for stacking, layering and mixing varies color golds to create timeless stories. 
    Designing from a multi-generational viewpoint has provided Borgioni customers the ability to mix and match inherited gems with modern jewels, to create statement making memories that are truly generational.
    This philosophy is evidently shared by some of the most prolific names in fashion and entertainment. Such fashion trendsetters as Taylor Swift, Ariana Grande, Madonna. Eve and Jennifer Lopez amongst many others, can be found in Borgioni on the red carpet and for everyday casual wear. 
    Each piece of Borgioni jewelry is given the heart and soul of what the company was founded on, the love for individuality, clean, classic and modern design, under the supervision of master jewelers who share a commitment to quality, craftsmanship and superior innovation. 

  • Brent Neale

    Brent Neale Winston is a New York City-based designer whose love of jewelry started when her mother would bring her to gem shows near her native Baltimore. After graduating from Johns Hopkins University (where she made jewelry by hand as a hobby), and with the encouragement of the late jewelry historian and InStyle editor Penny Proddow, Winston enrolled at the Fashion Institute of Technology, where she received an associates’ degree in jewelry design. There she honed her design and rendering skills studying under esteemed professors such as the late Maurice Galli.

    Winston then formally started her jewelry career at Kara Ross New York, working directly under the eponymous designer, eventually becoming the jewelry director. Here, she oversaw the design and product development of over 25 collections, including fine jewelry, costume jewelry and runway collaborations with Tory Burch, J. Mendel and Naeem Khan, among others.

    After eight years, Winston left to concentrate on her growing family and make her own mark in the jewelry industry with her namesake line. Today, Winston spends her days on 47th Street, intimately working with a small group of gem dealers, cutters and bench jewelers to create and build every piece in her collection. After just one year of wholesale under her belt, Winston’s whimsical line was picked up by Barneys New York, cementing her place among an elite group of fine jewelry creatives. She lives with her husband and three children in New York City, where she proudly designs and makes all her pieces.

  • Buddha Mama

    Buddha Mama is inspired by Buddhism and Eastern traditions, pop-culture and whimsy and infused with a Whole Lotta Love!

    The collection is rooted in the philosophy of contribution, and was started at the family kitchen table as a way to support their spiritual center. Since those early days of stringing beads, the brand has expanded and grown to become an award-winning, international business whose clientele includes Madonna, Katy Perry and Kesha.

    Buddha Mama's point-of-view allows the aspirational client to find their way into the brand and speaks volumes to the person looking for something rare and unique. The smallest scale of Buddha is made with as much integrity and attention-to-detail as their rockstar one-of-a-kind pieces. It is due to this mindfulness that they have built such a loyal and passionate following.

    Nancy and Dakota Badia, the mother-daughter design team behind Buddha Mama, supported by best friend, Leyla Torre, Head of Operations, have created a unique voice in the marketplace. The collection is designed with intention, but for one's individual expression. And nothing could be more accurate — our collectors show us that every day!

    Today, Buddha Mama continues to contribute a portion of all sales to charities, and regularly become involved with organizations close to their retailers’ communities’ hearts.

    "To be able to do what we love and give back in the process is the biggest blessing anyone could ask for." — Nancy Badia

  • Carbon + Hyde

    Admiring relics and custom designs from their mother’s jewelry box, sisters Yarden and Oren Katz share a little bit of their family history with each of their collections. Every new collection evolves from an idea, system, or design born from an heirloom and interpreted into a modern jewelry story. Though the creative duo began designing pieces in their father's shop at a young age, the motivation to launch their own jewelry line came after a few years of working in the New York fashion industry, which infused a fast-paced growth to their business. Their contrasting personalities create an aesthetic relatable to every type of woman – whether modern, feminine, or edgy. The California natives learned a passion for jewelry design from their mother, and the knowledge of diamonds and the jewelry business from their father, who opened the family-owned manufacturing house over 30 years ago.

    Their collections have decorated several high-end retailers throughout Los Angeles including Barneys New York, Ron Herman, Intermix, and Broken English to name a few, as well as online retailers including FWRD, Moda Operandi, and Stone & Strand. Carbon & Hyde jewelry is worn and loved by their large celebrity customer base including Taylor Swift, Jessica Alba, Miranda Kerr, Jennifer Aniston, and Khloe Kardashian.

    Fine with an Edge

  • Colette

    Colette Steckel was born into a multicultural family of Mexican and French parents. The combination of these two heritages created its aesthetic.

    Each jewelry creation transmits a poetic vision of life, responsible luxury, bold colors. But it is thanks to the fusion of talented know-how that our « Maison » has gained its notoriety.

    Precious stones chosen with talent by this graduate in gemology. Talisman medals designed by herself or vintages found in Mexico. Her signature is a classic combinations of white and black gold with black diamonds and white diamonds, bringing to life the contrast of the brilliance of the moon and stars against the darkness of the night sky.

    Since the launch of her eponymous collection in 1995, Colette as a visionary Designer is always first on styles.

  • Dana Rebecca

    Dana Rebecca Gordon, a third-generation jeweler, was raised in the industry. Her childhood was spent behind the scenes at her father's factory in downtown Chicago. After a trip to India with her father, Dana launched her first collection at 16 and never looked back.

    In 2007, she founded Dana Rebecca Designs on the simple, but important idea your jewelry should make you feel as comfortable as your favorite t-shirt and as amazing as your little black dress.

    Her passion for empowering women is evident in her pieces, which she designs and names after important women in her life. Dana Rebecca Designs fine jewelry pieces are intended to be luxurious keepsakes for all of life's moments.

  • Devon Woodhill

    Devon Woodhill, established by designer Melissa Levy in 2013, brings a fresh and modern approach to traditional fine jewelry. Named for the two streets that Melissa has lived on, the name of the brand represents her happiest memories and source of inspiration – family, life and love.

    Each piece in the collection is designed to celebrate the many facets of the wearers life – where you have been, where you are and where you are going, all while you #carrylovewithyou.

    The Locket
    Melissa's love of jewelry, and lockets in particular, stems from her early childhood memories. Every day, her grandmother wore a locket with a picture of little Melissa tucked inside. Since then, Melissa has cultivated a lifestyle that honors those whom she loves, and she has created a fine jewelry line that inspires others to do the same.

    Since the launch of the collection, Devon Woodhill has become quickly known for our range of signature locket's. Crafted in 18kt gold with brilliant diamonds and sapphires, each DW design offers a sophisticated and modern twist on an undeniable classic. The story unfolds for each wearer with their unique combination of lockets, charms, chains and cords.

    About Melissa Levy
    Melissa's formal design education began at Cornell University's School of Architecture, Art and Planning. She continued to hone her sense of style and creativity in the buying offices of Barneys New York.

    Currently, Melissa lives in Westport, Connecticut with her husband Paul, daughter Jane, sons Brett + Derek, and her dog Sparky.

  • DRIES Criel

    DRIES Criel Fine Jewelry is about redefining classics in a modern form. Shapes are studied, re-imagined, and revived to enhance beauty and blend the timeless with the contemporary. The brand’s designer, Dries Criel himself, takes inspiration from his background in modern dance, travels, vintage jewelry, architecture, and ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics. All DRIES Criel pieces are handcrafted by the best artisans in Antwerp using the finest materials available.


    Taking inspiration from her background in Art History and worldly travels, Emily Faith launched her fine jewelry collection, EF Collection in 2010. Staying true to her personal aesthetic, Emily sets out to create delicate pieces that can be worn and enjoyed everyday with a chic, sexy and feminine feel. Focusing on the use of 14k golds subtly handset with diamonds and precious stones, EF Collection is a distinctive combination of understated glamour and simple elegance.

  • Emily P. Wheeler

    Los Angeles-based designer Emily P. Wheeler took a serious interest in jewelry at 13 while on a road trip with her father from Boston to Arizona. Her dad, an architectural photographer, stopped often at roadside markets to collect Native American turquoise and sterling silver jewels and curiosities. Also born with a collector's eye, Emily gravitated towards colorful rocks and gems, and was gifted with a rock tumbler upon their return home.

    In the years between her budding jewel obsession and her formal turn as a designer, Emily gravitated towards art and music. As a 15-year-old model, she was signed to IMG and quickly got a huge break as part of an Italian Vogue feature shot by Peter Lindbergh called “Next Generation”. Choosing to stay in school, Emily headed to Providence, RI where she was part of the punk rock scene.

    Her early fascination with gems and jewelry resurfaced in her 20s, and she spent summers avidly attending trunk shows at Tayloe Piggott gallery in her parents' hometown of Jackson, WY. Emily found success making one-off beaded pieces and selling them to friends, but longed to work with fine materials, so she started a program of self-education by attending the Tucson gem fairs and learning all she could from networking and a small group of mentors.

    The next step was partnering with a small, family-owned factory in Los Angeles in 2015 to create a small set of signature pieces, including her Platform ring, by learning through trial and error. Once she had a handle on the level of quality and construction she aspired to, she set out to build a collection that finds its roots in her personal history: a little bit of architectural simplicity (her dad), a little bit of punk rock (her college years), and a little bit of edge (her early days modeling).

    Today, Emily P. Wheeler's 18-karat gold, diamond and fine gemstone jewelry can be found in a carefully-chosen handful of exclusive high-end retailers across the U.S., including Material Good, Fivestory and ETC.


    Born and raised in booming Los Angeles, designer Erin Sachse was constantly surrounded by creative minds. Her mother served as her primary source of creative inspiration, always challenging her to look inward in order to develop her own artistic visions.  As Erin’s style evolved, she scoured the market for playful accessories she could wear everyday until she realized that the aesthetic she sought did not exist. She then decided to make the unique jewelry she had dreamed up herself. With humble beginnings as a side-project during her formative high school years, she went on to launch the first iteration of Eriness Jewelry out of her college dorm room. After continuously being stopped on the street by admiring passersby who were curious about her adornments, she decided to pursue this creative endeavor full-time. In 2015 she transitioned into fine jewelry and re-launched Eriness, combining diamonds and colorful gemstones to create an elegant and playful balance inspired by the everyday, modern, and empowered woman. Her jewelry can be found in stores like Elyse Walker and GOOP, and has been spotted on sophisticated tastemakers such as Reese Witherspoon and Michelle Obama.

  • Future Fortune

    Future Fortune fine jewelry is designed and handmade in Los Angeles, California. Each design is carefully created by using the finest gemstones sourced from different parts of the world. Future Fortune is socially and environmentally responsible by using conflict free diamonds. Influenced by multiple era's, the collection has a modern and feminine sensibility.


    Growing up surrounded by the most rare and unique high jewelry, Anna quickly developed a natural eye for selecting the most beautiful diamonds and gemstones. After completing the Graduate Diamond program at GIA, as well as receiving another certification from the Diamond District in Tel Aviv, Anna began her career as a Bridal and Fine Jewelry Consultant in NYC teaching diamond education and creating custom designs. 

    Rachel's passion for jewelry began at an early age starting with her first internship at a fine jewelry company. From there she worked in various areas in the industry including a jewelry store, diamond wholesale company as well as a private jeweler. Rachel received her diamond certification from the Diamond District in Tel Aviv, which allows her to combine her passion with knowledge to create beautiful and timeless pieces.


    Graziela Kaufman is certified by the Gemological Institute of America (GIA) in Colored Gems, Diamonds and Jewelry making and is part of The Contemporary Jewelry Design Group. Her beautifully designed pieces are adored by celebrities including Jennifer Lawrence, Taylor Swift, Jennifer Lopez, Khloe Kardashian and many more.

    Learning from her grandfather, Graziela hand-designs every piece. She grew up in Brazil learning about many of the natural resources the country has to offer. Her backyard was a ‘gemological treasure’. She traveled to many different mining towns throughout Brazil learning about the fascinating history behind every stone that would ultimately be the inspiration for her future creations.
    She moved to the United State more than 17 years ago where she lives with her husband and four boys. Graziela currently resides in the Chicago area.

    Outside of Jewelry, one of Graziela’s passions is to make a difference in the lives of homeless and abused animals. She is involved with several organizations around the world that help rehabilitate animals of all sorts. We need to be the voice for these helpless creatures, please join us in the fight. Together we can make a difference.


    Designer and President Sweta Jain has been working with gemstones since childhood. As a purveyor of stones to the finest jewelry houses globally, the Jains’ only saw fit to keep the entire family involved. Sweta and her brother willingly accompanied their father to the mines of Africa, and learnt first hand the process from Mining of the raw material (Rough) to the Manufacturing of the gemstones.

    As Sweta matured into a young woman, she became aware of budding interests. These interests led her to become a certified pilot, artist, and photographer. However, it was her young love for gemstones that became her calling. She enrolled at the Fashion Institute of Technology to study jewelry design. She was now inspired by the beautiful gems she once tossed around as a child. “I love the idea of being able to create with gemstones; to mix the colors. When I dress up, I wear jewelry to show how I feel at that moment. My collection reflects that.”

    Goshwara has become a powerhouse in luxury goods. The silhouettes created by Sweta coupled with the natural beauty of gemstones, make this brand comparable to none.


    Lauren Harwell Godfrey is the founder and designer of Harwell Godfrey, a bold line of fine jewelry based in the San Francisco Bay Area in California. With aesthetic roots in ancient textiles and ethnic patterns, the collection is handcrafted in 18k gold with precious gemstones, powerful inlay and vivid enamel. Designed with healing energy in mind, each gemstone is thoughtfully selected to enhance the wearer’s experience. From literal references to the Four Elements to figurative references to block printing and weaving in cultures from long ago, the collection brings a sense of history to modern day precious heirlooms. No detail is left unfinished: most pieces even feature delicate engravings on the backs, reinforcing the intentions of the design with beautifully-rendered motifs.

  • ILA

    The collection was launched in 2007 and was quickly selected by Saks Fifth Avenue, Moda Operandi, Catbird, and ABC Carpet and Home amongst other international retailers. The designers trace their roots in jewelry back to their ancestral homeland in the north western deserts of India. Their homeland is a place enchanted by history, mysticism and beauty and is where the edifices of their family lineage still stand today. Each edifice was carved with the most skilled hand; to tell stories of mythology of the land. Through their trips back to India it was these stories that continue to inspire their collections.
    From an early age Vikas developed a fascination with the balance of simplicity and purpose in design. With an engineering degree from MIT, Vikas nurtured a nonconformist approach that merge fashion, engineering, and design. Ila tempers Vikas' approach with beauty and softness that was instilled by their mother an FIT graduate of textile design, and by her 8 years of experience designing high end bridal jewelry.

  • Imperfect Grace

    Imperfect Grace is inspired by my European roots and love for modern style and design. My childhood memories of growing up in Ukraine were not of fashion, but vividly remembering thick diamond cut rope and curb chains, rich gemstone palettes and pieces that were passed on from generation to generation.

    Heirloom jewelry plays a very important role in Ukrainian culture. The foundation of the collection blends classic elements with feminine sophistication to be worn throughout a lifetime. The opulent gold luster texture, meticulously applied by hand represents my long love affair with gold and ties to my heritage. The vivid gemstones used throughout the collection are uniquely inspired by Vyshyvanka, traditional and bold patters of Ukrainian embroidery. My vision is to create jewelry for the modern-day woman - to wear everyday, to be able to mix and match looks, to pass down to her children and to simply embrace her inner strength and beauty.


    A New York City native, Jade is a self-identified 47th Street girl. It’s where she feels at home and it’s in her blood; it’s where the artistry of jewelry making starts and where her familial legacy began. Starting her career as a diamond buyer, Jade’s holistic understanding of the diamond sourcing process plays a pivotal role in how she discerningly selects her stones for each collection. While Jade is usually seen wearing a rotating collection of her designs, the one piece she never leaves at home is her loupe.

    After years of experiencing traditional designs that eventually came to feel generic, Jade felt the jewelry world was in need of a new direction and started her own line. She often refers to the three great loves of her life: her twin teenage sons and her company, Jade Trau. Like with her children, Jade devotes the same care and nurture to her company and to each piece she creates. From the meticulous selection of her diamonds to the process of crafting the perfect setting to compliment them, Jade’s intimate connection with her designs allows her to tap into a unique market of fine jewelry - pieces that stand out, but still feel authentic; they are easy to wear and feel almost like a second skin. Jade’s philosophy is that diamonds are meant to be worn, and if they are not being loved, she aims to breathe new life into old designs with both her collections and restyling projects- especially those with stories embedded in them. Jade Trau is the new ‘diamond classic.’

    About the brand:
    Known for her signature Alchemy Riviera Necklaces, modern takes on engagement rings, and casual luxe must-haves, Jade Trau is quickly defining what the new diamond classic is. Designed to be layered together, every collection creates an authentic, easy-to-wear aesthetic that looks as good as it feels. The foundation of each design hinges on Jade’s deep diamond roots that go back generations. She uses her decades of experience to create wearable pieces crafted in 18-karat gold, platinum, and ethically-sourced diamonds assembled in her NYC workshop. That feeling of authenticity is woven throughout the brand; Jade Trau is a group of jewelry lovers that are so involved with the process and the pieces and have cultivated a familial community of retailers, craftsmen, and clients that help make up it’s ever-growing JT world.


    Kavant&Sharart, created by award-winning husband and wife duo Kenny and Shar-linn, consists of avant-garde, organic pieces paired with an art deco and oriental aesthetic. Their unique contrast of inspirations allows for a natural juxtaposition of geometric lines and subtle curves.

    The couple met in 2004 at the University of Wisconsin- Madison where Kenny first exposed Shar-linn to the world of jewelry. Having grown up in a third generation fine jewelry store, Kenny's passion for gems was inevitable. Upon graduation, Shar-linn pursued the financial sector until she decided to follow Kenny's path and enrolled in G.I.A. The two finally tied the knot in 2011 and felt it was time to take their designs to the next level. Together in Bangkok, they created Kavant&Sharart, a unique perspective of fine jewelry made in 18k yellow, white and rose gold completed with sapphires, emeralds, diamonds and other precious stones. Today, the couple lives between Bangkok and Singapore with their son and often travel around the region to gain inspiration for their contemporary brand. Kavant&Sharart is carried at select retailers such as Saks Fifth Avenue, Broken English, Moda Operandi, Latest Revival and is loved by A-list celebrities including Katy Perry, Idina Menzel, Anna Kendrick and Allison Williams.

  • KWIT

    From A to Z , KWIT captures a unique way to express your individuality. In a combination of 14K gold and diamond pave the wearer is met with endless options to customize.


    Trinket Trays are original designs by Lisa Bayer, a NYC based former fashion executive who delved into the art world in 2018.

    The trinket trays are an extension of Lisa’s passion for jewelry though they're useful for many things.

  • Lizzie Mandler

    Immersed in the world of fine jewelry since the age of 16, Los Angeles Native, Lizzie Mandler is inspired by the intrinsic sentimental value of fine jewelry and its ability to transpose a deeper and more personal story. Surrounded by a family of artists, Mandler first began experimenting with design while making costume styles at a young age. As she grew up, so evolved her aesthetic, refining her sensibilities and designing jewelry through her uniquely geometric and modern lens. After studying traditional metal smithing for 6 years in both Los Angeles and Florence, she launched her collection in 2012.

  • Maison Tjoeng

    A fusion of antiquity and contemporary, Maison Tjoeng is a celebration of romance, nature and art. Harnessing the incredible natural qualities of precious metals and gemstones, Maison Tjoeng’s designs are created to be bold, sensual, and timeless. Designer Yasmin Tjoeng infuses her unique upbringing and heritage into sculptural and eye-catching contemporary classics with a retro flair, handcrafted to the highest standards and made to last generations.


    A native New Yorker, Jamie is an accessories industry vet whose career spans 14 years designing luxury accessories. Jamie began her career in fine jewelry; studying at the Camberwell College of the arts, and later pivoted to include handbags, and small leather goods.

    In 2021, Books debuts her line, inspired by love, family, and a love of color. Every Mason & Books creation is crafted entirely by hand by our team of master jewelers at our dedicated workshop in New York City. Books champions domestic manufacturing and supports USA makers.

    Jamie feels truly passionate about creating jewelry that is of the highest quality in terms of design, workmanship and materials. Books personally oversees each step of the creation process, from initial hand sketches to wax models to the final approval.

    Jamie lives in Manhattan with her husband Aaron, daughter Berkeley, and son Miller


    Melissa Kaye was born and raised in New York City. She has an undergraduate degree in computer science from MIT and a master's degree in computational finance from Carnegie Mellon University. After years of working in finance as a quantitative strategist, Melissa decided to take a different direction and pursue a lifelong interest in jewelry. She started her foray into jewelry design by completing the jewelry design program at FIT. Melissa Kaye Jewelry was launched shortly thereafter.

    Given her mathematical background, Melissa finds inspiration in geometric and natural patterns. She incorporates these elements throughout her line, bringing a modern edge to classic shapes. Pieces are cleverly engineered to capture form and function, highlighted by many subtle and unexpected details.

    Melissa strives to create the go-to jewelry in a woman's wardrobe. She believes there should be a “quiet sparkle” in everyday life, and designs truly wearable pieces while still reflecting luxury and sophistication.

    The collection has amassed a significant celebrity following and has been featured in numerous publications including The New York Times, W, Elle, and InStyle.


    Modern, bold and full of vibrancy, M.Spalten transforms the way women wear jewelry. Inspired by the energy and vivid imagery of her hometown San Antonio, Texas, Melissa’s collections represent her love of color. Her collections fuse unusual gemstone combinations creating luxurious, sophisticated motifs.

    Melissa is dedicated to highlighting the unique characteristics of each brilliant and exotic gemstone within her 14K and 18K gold collections. Her unconventional imagination is brought to life through wearable, modern fine jewelry.


    Meredith Marks reflects inspirations of her Asian travels and embodies the natural beauty and culture of the countries where she travels. Meredith combines the practicality of multi-functional pieces with the raw beauty of natural stones and foreign motifs. Meredith uses gold, silver, precious stones such as diamonds, sapphires, rubies and emeralds and semi-precious colored stones such as moonstone or amethyst melding them into creative modern designs with a classic twist. Meredith hails from Chicago and the fashion districts of Oak Street and Michigan Avenue from a family that was always involved in fashion. Meredith remembers her mother coordinating charity fashion shows and as a former model, Meredith has always been tied to the fashion industry which combined with her passion for fashion, was a natural transition into jewelry design.

  • Meredith Young

    Meredith Young has been wild about working with a torch and metal from age 16. Visits to her grandparents’ home in Green Valley, Arizona, spurred an early interest in minerals and the lapidary arts. Meredith attended Marist High School, which allowed her to fill her curriculum with different metalsmith programs, studio art classes, and art history classes. These classes, her inspiring teachers, and her parents were paramount in her development as an artist. Creating jewelry and small metal sculptures offered Meredith moments of intimacy and an emotionally charged physicality with an artistic medium.
    In addition to receiving her Bachelors in Art History, she studied English and French at the University of Georgia, concentrating on sculpture and contemporary installation art. Upon graduation, Meredith reverted to “making art,” filling her evenings and weekends with metalsmith and goldsmith classes and workshops. For nearly a decade, she worked in a corporate business development career and designed and created jewelry at night in her studio until 2016, when she took her passion full time, launching her first collections of fine jewelry and one-of-a- kind works of art. Inspired by her Academic life, each collection reveals a different story, as well as an exploration of different patterns and textures in the gold. Young conscientiously arranges different shaped diamonds and precious stones that juxtapose the geometric and the organic. Interlacing opulence and chaos with stark and restrained. The result is an ethereal, edgy, yet timeless line of wearable jewelry that seeks diversity of thought and technique above all else.


    After graduating with a BFA in sculpture from The School of Visual Arts in Manhattan, she began creating wire wrapped and pearl pieces as a hobby. “While shopping with my mom I sold a necklace I was wearing- I was so excited! That's when I decided to combine my love of fashion and the arts by starting the Mizuki collection.”
    Mizuki's beautifully modern designs are the result of precise execution and a detailed thought process. Her sensitivity to pearls allows her to create pieces that range from delicate to bold, with a style that she herself possesses which she passes along in every piece .
    “I believe that when wearing jewelry, a woman should look styled yet unstudied so that there is a chic nonchalance.”
    Since launching her collection in 1996, Mizuki is the designer who put the fashion in fine jewelry and continues to lead the field. In 2016 she won both the Pearl Design award at Centurion and the Pearl Design award at the prestigious Couture Show in Las Vegas.
    “Jewelry is personal and evocative. It is emotional and has the power to transform how each of us feel. It should be treasured and most importantly, worn with confidence as it always takes you on a journey to project your true beauty.”


    Milan Chokshi envisioned a Jewelry House that would embody the qualities of precision, distinction, artistry and unique design, a quest that would pay homage to his family's rich 75-year heritage. In 2005, Milan realized his dream with the launch of Moksh. Today, the brand's collections reach all corners of the world and have captivated a discerning clientele. With its avant-garde designs, woven pearls, precious gemstones, stunning gold craftsmanship and cutting-edge manufacturing, Moksh epitomizes the impeccable standards of a contemporary, high-end jewelry Maison. Allowing the past to inspire a resolutely modern look, this brand appeals to today’s most avid collectors.


    MY STORY, by Jackie Cohen, came about from a simple piece of jewelry that Jackie designed to celebrate her journey to motherhood.

    Inspired by her Adoption journey, she created a simple band with Julia's birthstone in it and a collection was born. MY STORY is sentimental fine jewelry that is designed to represent life's milestones.

    Express yourself in color with MY STORY’s on trend lockets, sophisticated birthstone jewelry, and custom designs.


    Recognized for his innovative departures from standard metalworking techniques and an experimental aesthetic that is at once modern and classic, Nak Armstrong's CFDA Award-winning work continues to push the boundaries of design. His work has garnered praise from national press including W, InStyle, Harper's Bazaar, and WWD. Armstrong's background in architecture and fashion are evident in the engineering of his designs, as he developed a proprietary technique to suspend stones in metal. Hand-fabricated in Austin, TX, this labor-intensive construction process allows for highly textural and layered designs that are deceptively lightweight.


    Recognized for his innovative departures from standard metalworking techniques and an experimental aesthetic that is at once modern and classic, Nak Armstrong's CFDA Award-winning work continues to push the boundaries of design. His work has garnered praise from national press including W, InStyle, Harper's Bazaar, and WWD. Armstrong's background in architecture and fashion are evident in the engineering of his designs, as he developed a proprietary technique to suspend stones in metal. Hand-fabricated in Austin, TX, this labor-intensive construction process allows for highly textural and layered designs that are deceptively lightweight.


    Nouvel Heritage was born of the fusion of two typically contradictory styles: the fiercely modern and the timelessly elegant. Intended to be collected, Nouvel Heritage's pieces have redefined the art of jewelry stacking and layering.

    Nouvel Heritage's pieces are handcrafted in founder Camille Parruitte's family-owned jewelry workshop in Paris on Rue de La Paix, the famed avenue bordering Place Vendome where many of the world's powerhouse luxury brands handcraft their pieces. Parruitte’s upbringing in the heart of Paris's jewelry market cultivated her knowledge of jewelry production and design, motivating her to create collections that bring a modern edge to traditional Parisian handcrafting.

    Parruitte's French origin coupled with her American collegiate experience developed the unique modern aesthetic of Nouvel Heritage’s jewelry, which retain the effortless elegance of her Parisian roots.


    Playfully irreverent high fashion design and a classically chic aesthetic, Phillips House designers Lisa Phillips Frankel & Danielle Frankel Nemiroff have paved the way for a new category of fine jewelry.  In just four years, Phillips House has expanded into top retailers across the world, graced the pages of nearly every magazine to note -- including the famed cover of Women's Wear Daily -- and landed on the steps of Buckingham Palace as the sole jewelry designer worn by the First Lady to her historic meeting with the Queen of England and Kate Middleton.


    My mission is simple, to create jewels of exquisite quality for the modern woman. I believe this can be done with minimal impact to the natural world that has inspired my creativity since childhood. I dedicate my time to creating and curating timeless, elegant and individual pieces. I look forward to contributing to the special moments in your life through the magic of jewelry.

    Renna grew up in Pacific Palisades, California. Her creative connection with the natural world began one summer morning after discovering two coffee bean shells with her mother at Salt Creek Beach in Laguna. Her mother created the original pieces of shell jewelry which Renna has treasured for over a decade before embarking on her own.

    Renna currently resides in New York. She is a certified Graduate Gemologist through the Gemological Institute of America and holds her Bachelor’s degree from the University of California, Berkeley and her Master’s degree from the Sotheby’s Institute of Art.


    Celebrating rich global cultures, Silvia Furmanovich is a true creative alchemist. Based in Brazil, but with an international presence, the family- run business is founded on a fascination with craftsmanship, a love of natural materials and meticulous attention to detail.

    INSPIRATION: Inspired by the work of her father, Salvador Longobardi, a celebrated goldsmith, Silvia Furmanovich places craftsmanship at the center of her jewelry design practice. Her work is fearlessly bold, asserting its presence through aesthetic statements, combining the sophisticated use of complex materials with a curiosity-driven engagement with the natural world.

    MATERIALS USED: 18k gold, precious and semi- precious stones, sustainable bamboo, wood marquetry, miniature painting.

    CRAFT: Her jewelry, handbags, and decorative accessories have been described as “unconventional” and “visionary” due to her use of uncommon materials; her penchant for unexpected pairings of metals, stones, and other natural elements; and her continual search for new creative partners who specialize in wood marquetry, miniature painting, bamboo weaving and other unique techniques.


    Sorellina is vintage-inspired but unexpectedly modern
    with roots in the golden age of New York style.
    Co-founders and sisters Nicole & Kim Carosella grew up of the north
    shore of Long Island, NY, where they were raised with a deep appreciation
    for the arts and shared a love of design. After graduating with
    a Fine Arts degree from USC, Nicole studied Jewelry Design at the
    Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City. Kim attended Tulane
    University for Art History, and then relocated to Florence, Italy,
    to continue her studies.
    Upon Kim's return to New York, the sisters decided to set the course
    for their future business. After both working in the jewelry industry,
    in early 2012, with a clear vision, Nicole and Kim founded Sorellina.
    With an opportunity to develop jewelry that expresses their own
    unique sensibility, the sisters began clearly defining what great design
    means to them and how that translates to their clientele. Neither subtle
    nor discreet, Sorellina pieces are bold statement pieces made for
    the urban, modern woman. Sorellina creates a harmonious dichotomy
    by seamlessly blending opposing ideas of feminine with masculine
    and vintage with modern. A distinct style emerges from this balance
    that is quintessential Sorellina.


    State Property is a contemporary fine jewellery label rooted in Southeast Asian city-state, Singapore. Founded by a jeweller and an industrial designer, the label navigates the cusp of art and design, fusing contemporary approaches to design with traditional craftsmanship.

    Inspired by Mother Nature and where she meets science, State Property plays with structured silhouettes in precious metals juxtaposed against the soft textures of the body, offering subtle yet adventurous pieces for those with an appetite for both style and quality.

    Now available in the United States, the United Kingdom and Singapore, State Property is quickly becoming a cult favourite across the globe, with fans that include some of the most influential women, like Michelle Obama, Nicole Kidman, and Lady Gaga.


    Blending predominantly traditional embroidery techniques with 3D printing, laser engraving, painting and found objects, Wilson’s manipulation of multiple materials produces wholly unique works of art. His work reflects high fashion influences, traditional craft and quilting techniques, and a pop-culture aesthetic. His pieces often contain millions of embroidery stitches and take hundreds of hours to create.

    Born and raised in Hoboken, New Jersey, Stephen Wilson is a conceptual artist whose unique medium carries his message. A background in fashion and home design built Wilson’s embroidery-digitizing mastery and creative expertise. In his fine arts practice, Stephen is deeply interested in the intersection of traditional craft and contemporary culture. Wilson is represented by major galleries across the US, including Art Angels, Roman Fine Art, DTR Modern Galleries (NY, Boston, DC, Palm Beach.)

    His work is frequently exhibited along with his neo-pop / urban art contemporaries i.e. Robert Mars, Mr. Brainwash, Punk Me Tender; and major contemporary / modern / pop artists such as Warhol, Hirst, and Kapoor. Stephen’s work was acquired internationally by the National Gallery of Art (Sofia, Bulgaria), Minart (Museo International de Arte) Museum (Guadalajara, Mexico) and the Brunello Cucinelli headquarters (Solomeo, Italy), in addition to private and public collections throughout the United States. His work has been publicly exhibited in diverse locales from the Lincoln Center in New York to Catch Restaurant in Los Angeles.


    storrow was founded out of a long standing love of antiquing and jewelry. In between spending 10+ years as a fine jewelry buyer for luxury retailers, Jennifer Koche would peruse antique fairs and stores across the world searching to find heirloom pieces that were as unique and special as the ones that were passed down from her grandmothers and mother. It was then that the idea came about to bring the essence of the same pieces to others to enjoy as much as she does. It was then that storrow came to be.

  • Tabayer

    Tabayer jewelry is rooted in the exploration of ancient wisdom, metaphysical protection, andtangibility of thought through the lens of visual abstraction. Drawing from the diversesymbology of protective objects, from the ancient worldto present day, each Tabayer piece is anobject of guardianship beyond possession, composed of the elemental bonds betweenvulnerability and strength.

    The design philosophy of Tabayer is a pursuit of organic unity between design and material.Closer to sculpture than ornament, each piece is the interplay of curves and voids inspired by theprinciples of American abstract sculpture. Tabayer pieces bring together carefully consideredelements into an inevitable and timeless form. As a conduit between the interior and exteriorworld, Tabayer jewelry seeks to reawaken us to the intrinsic value and power of preciousmaterials, which have the power to guard as well as adorn us.

    At the core of the Tabayer ethos is a deep commitment to protecting the earth and itsinhabitants.All Tabayer pieces have been crafted from environmentally conscious and ethically sourcedmaterials: Fairmined gold from responsible artisanal and small-scale mining organizations thatpromote social development and environmentalprotection and conflict-free Kimberley-certifieddiamonds.


    Trove is an ever-evolving body of work that aims to enhance our owner’s enjoyment of their jewellery and special objects. Trove finds inspiration in design, antiques, stories and sentiment. We are driven by a deep respect for objects and want to shine a light on the memories and comfort that objects can provide. Trove is based in Melbourne, Australia.

    A Trove piece will make connecting with and caring for your jewels and precious objects a pleasure. You will appreciate long lost pieces, find new treasures and re-examine and connect with memories past. It will make the experience of storing and caring for your special pieces and objects as special as the objects themselves. Trove pieces are designed to be an investment that will stand the test of time. 

    Taking inspiration from antique jewellery boxes, and painstakingly crafted by hand, each Trove piece is a contemporary take on a long forgotten art form. All Trove items are proudly designed in Melbourne, Australia and our boxes are crafted in China using traditional Lacquerware methods. Each piece  is impeccably designed and superbly crafted. The boxes are made from wood, painted in  (100% heavy metal-free) paint before receiving eight coats of clear lacquer. All boxes are lined with the highest quality suede-like material to ensure your pieces are well cared for. All hardware is brass plated and hidden magnets ensure a wonderfully smooth and easy to use experience.

    Historically it was custom for jewellery boxes to feature gold and intricate inlays - this is something we have chosen to replicate with a modern touch. Each Trove piece is made to be used. It’s for the new and old. For the sentimental and the whimsical. It’s the story of you. A collection of personal pieces and artifacts in one thoughtful place.