"I'm excited to be an adventurous contributor to the long standing culture that is Jewelers Row In Philadelphia"

John Marchiafava

The Store

John opened the gallery in August of 2005 after spending thirty five plus years working in and managing some of the better known stores on jewelers row.

The Artists

We represent the work of many of the finest artists in the industry today. They approach the craft of jewelry design and fabrication with the idea of reinventing beauty.

Custom Work

We are occasionally asked to design a new piece with a customer. This is an exciting process because we can create something truly unique and meet the very specific needs of our clients.

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Marchi Bridal

At Marchi Jewelry we offer a wide array of  options for Bridal Jewelry....

Yasuka Azuma

Childhood memories of growing up in Japan, prior training and careers as a fashion designer in her native country and as a dancer in New York all provide Yasuko Azuma with inspiration for her elegantly feminine and intricately detailed 18k gold precious jewelry collection.

Diamond Engagement

This is a small sampling of diamond engagement settings where we worked very closely with the customers from sketch to finish....

Patricia Locke

Patricia Locke jewelry speaks a distinctive visual language that encourages self-expression and hints at a subliminal universe of rites, passages and mysteries. Inspired from a wealth of cultural and historic influences – including architecture, archeology, astronomy, and global travel – her provocative collections reflect an aura of romance, self-possession and multi-faceted femininity. Patricia Locke collections always blend the depth of fine art with a modern sense of fashion. Her work is immediately recognizable for its distinctive asymmetry, tantalizing multi-metal combinations and elegant use of positive-negative space. Each piece presents...

Dahlia Kanner

A 1996 graduate of Rhode Island School of Design, I live and work in Rhode Island, sharing my studio with my dogs Zeke and Kato. Obsessed with the tactile world, I have amassed a collection of plant and tree segments, minerals, fungi, insects, skeletons, hives, and photographs of life—both hidden and apparent. From these inspirations I create pieces that carry with them hints of these forms, textures, and moods. While I do love to make one-of-a-kind conceptual jewelry, my collection now predominantly consists of limited production pieces. I have...

Meghan Patrice Riley

Each MPR piece is fabricated by hand using sterling silver and gold fill tubing with nylon-coated steel wire as textile-like “fiber” to form the structure of the collections. Mixing metals with textile techniques, MPR experiments with classic, elementary materials like miniature bridge cabling, industrial ball chain, electrical wire, safety pins, and findings mixed with fine metals to reinterpret them to create industrial jewelry that is feminine, luxurious, and alluring. The resulting collections are lightweight, flexible, and adapt to the wearer. The pieces can be thrown on with a t-shirt...

Megan Auman

Megan Auman believes that the right piece of jewelry can make you feel more confident. She has designed everything from accessories to home décor, but is currently focusing on her first love, jewelry. her designs are classic yet distinctive, bold yet comfortable. She believes that jewelry should empower you to make a statement but be easy enough to wear every day.      ...

Rebecca Overmann

Influenced by natural forms and subtle movements, Rebecca Overmann creates jewelry that expresses clarity, simplicity, and elegance. Her work is characterized by a mix of metals — yellow gold, oxidized silver, accented with raw, rose cut and fancy diamonds. Each piece is flawlessly crafted and guided by the mindset that less is more.  ...

Sarah Graham

By incorporating innovative materials with her exceptional design sense, Sarah Graham creates jewelry that is unlike anything else; organic, textural, with a muted palate that is subtly feminine, yet substantial; unique, yet universal in its appeal. The natural inspiration behind the jewelry – whether cast directly from Jacaranda Pods and decayed wood or rendered in wax from a microscopic view of single cell marine organisms – gives her designs a texture and feel that makes them infinitely wearable. But it is the matte black finish of oxidized cobalt chrome...

Yasuka Azuma

Childhood memories of growing up in Japan, prior training and careers as a fashion designer in her native country and as a dancer in New York all provide Yasuko Azuma with inspiration for her elegantly feminine and intricately detailed 18k gold precious jewelry collection. Yasuko Azuma launched her first full scale collection in 2003, under her own name, after mastering the craft of delicate hand piercing and a hand finished “diamond dust” texture. Both techniques continue to be part of her signature style and have garnered the attention of...