Precursors to today’s modern round brilliant, these antique treasures come with undeniable charm. Most of them are from the 1700s and 1800s — used in jewelry designs from the Georgian, Victorian, Edwardian, and Art Deco eras. They have wide, geometric facets that offer bright pops of sparkle and are designed to be their most dazzling in low light.
As a long-time jewelry designer, I love the process of sculpting, engraving, and setting everything by hand. Through my exploration of texture-driven techniques and organic shapes, I hope you can feel my passionate energy and intention behind every piece.
Every piece is dreamed up and brought to life in my sunny Berkeley, California studio! You’re welcome to make an appointment to do a little in-person shopping and try things on.
As a woman-owned California Green Business, I value thoughtful design, sustainable practices, and the individuality of my jewelry collectors — aka, you! I believe in crafting jewelry that can be worn and loved for a lifetime.