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Megan Auman

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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.      ...

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Rebecca Overmann

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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.  ...

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Sarah Graham

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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 juxtaposed with 18k yellow, rose and white gold, set with colored diamonds, that is its’ most eye-catching element....

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Yasuka Azuma

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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 leading retailers, press and consumers. These various collections reflect Yasuko’s feeling and impressions of nature that has surrounded her throughout her life. She recalls “I remember the intensity of the cherry blossoms in the Springs and the dramatic reds and yellows of the Fall leaves. The winter time was even more magical, with the glow and sparkle of the sun on the fresh fallen snow. I try to recreate these images in my work.”  ...

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Dana David

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Dana David

Dana David re-defines modern luxury with jewelry for the way we live today. Inspired by graphics and architecture, her bold, sculptural design is married with classic elegance and attention to detail. Always passionate about fine jewelry, Dana began designing her own pieces because she was unable to find jewelry that she could relate to on a personal level -substantial pieces that reflected her passion for great design, fashionable and hip enough for every day wear. The overwhelming number of compliments and inquiries she received on these pieces led her to the decision to make her jewelry available to women besides herself. Meticulously hand-crafted using the finest materials, the pure shapes and satin finishes are designed to enhance the natural beauty and elegance of the metal and stones. A lover of the graphic shape of stars since childhood, each piece is signed with her trademark logo star. Dana’s jewelry expresses the individuality and self-confidence of the women who wear it, fashionably luxurious statement pieces that reflect their own personal style. They have their own identity and relate to the edgy femininity of these very wearable designs. “This is the jewelry that I like to wear, jewelry ‘sportswear’ that goes with my wardrobe and...

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