When it comes to jewelry, the new rules of the game are that there aren’t any rules.
Christine Keller’s line of twisted, brightly colored anodized aluminum jewelry delivers statement pieces at just the right price point for your customers. Based in Buckhannon, W.Va., Keller’s studio, Chrizart Creations, offers a “Light as a Feather” line featuring pendants ($18 wholesale, including cord), rings ($5 wholesale) and earrings ($9 wholesale). Keller says her aim is…
Ten master jewelers combine elegant craftsmanship with signature designs to create stunning art works that never go out of style.
In a letter to his friend the French scientist Jean-Baptiste Leroy in 1789, Benjamin Franklin wrote that “in this world, nothing can be said to be certain except death and taxes.” But he was wrong. For as long as anyone can remember, in both good times and bad and in every conceivable culture, people have been giving gifts to mark special occasions, with jewelry right at the top.
Seattle gallery owner Karen Lorene shares 40 years of retailing experience in her new book.
Dragonflies fly and butterflies flutter, while a colorful flower sways. No, this isn’t a garden in summertime. They are just some of the designs that adorn the ears, wrists and necks of the clients of Ann Carol Designs.
We talked to four gallery owners about the market for jewelry, what’s selling, and what advice they might share.
Unusual metals and strikingly unusual gemstones join the more familiar gold and silver, diamonds and pearls in winning the 2012 AGTA Spectrum Awards hosted by the American Gem Trade Association.