When it comes to jewelry, the new rules of the game are that there aren’t any rules.
In partnership with Dallas Market Center, the American Made Show marks its second year in showcasing the best of handcrafted new work by American studio artisans during the Dallas Total Home & Gift Market. Better yet, its return engagement, on June 23-26, takes place in newly expanded space on the World Trade Center building’s twelfth floor.
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Handcrafted selections like these, from five American studio artists, are bound to convey lasting impressions.
Maybe you graduated at the top of your class. Maybe you have an MBA. Maybe you even complete The New York Times crossword every weekend in one sitting—and in ink.
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All bets are off when it comes to what kinds of jewelry shoppers are buying these days. But they are buying it, and taking their cues from artists, designers, actors, metrosexuals, even the Sunday Styles section of The New York Times.
These fine jewelry designers mix metals and materials to create works with timeless appeal.