Healing gemstone collection

Vintage Art & Design Inspirations

My influences include a broad range of artists, especially from the Art Nouveau and Art Deco periods. You can see Art Nouveau in the flowing lines of some of my pieces, while my minimalist jewelry suggests the clean, simple forms of Art Deco. In addition, having grown up in the antiques trade, I love fine craftsmanship, which is a hallmark of my work.


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