A master goldsmith with a passion for creative design, James Burick is truly a prolific artisan of fine jewelry. His Rough-Cut Diamond collection is his pride and joy, and can be found featured prominently on this website.
A Jewelry designer with unlimited imagination and ideas introduces a new concept of sophisticated metal designs and shapes in bold unconventional hand crafted one of a kind pieces. All designs are sterling silver, and unique and individual as the person who wears them.
Over 30 years ago, Dina started her jewelry career working with a well-known, family-owned jewelry store in Westwood, California where she grew to love the many facets of this intricate and demanding business.
Jewelry designer, Hilary Barbour is the creative force behind belle et bonne. With the expression referring to beauty and warmth, the designs capture the essence of classic femininity.
I was spiritually drawn to the world of art and became Director of Santiago De Cuba House of Student Culture and, after my tenure there, a Curator of Art at the Santiago de Cuba Center of Culture Gallery. The contemplation of Color, form, and artistic movement reflected in fashion has always fascinated and attracted me. In my search for a way to combine my artistic instincts and interests, I came to see that by designing and creating jewelry I could express myself artistically and I make real the passion I have always had for art.
Above Rubies was born out of a life long passion for exquisite jewelry and colored gemstones blended with elegance. Colored gemstones are richly featured in unique 18K and 14K gold designs. Above Rubies specializes in large gemstones of over 100 and 200 carats. You will be amazed at their regal appeal and wearable grace.
“Petra Designs” and “The Joy of Jewelry” were both created by jewelry artist Patricia Aguirre. A self-taught jewelry designer, she relies in her own aptitude and talent to create beauty and balance through color and shape. Patricia has had a lifelong interest in the arts and crafts; always experimenting with new mediums to express herself. In this quest, she arrived about six years ago, at beading and wire-work, discovering the beauty of beads with its myriad of possibilities.
To wear my jewelry sculptures is to wear history, to demonstrate one’s love and respect for our precious environment and to honor creativity that seeks to incorporate environmental stewardship with beauty in personal adornment with boldness and a dare to be different attitude! Enjoy my one-of-a-kind creations with pride and confidence that you are helping to shape our world! The sale of my creations also helps to support my humanitarian projects in Haiti through the Mercy Outreach Ministry, International, a 501(c) 3 nonprofit.