Created in the late 90's by the hand of a creative team who decided to create a style of jewelry that broke away from everything that existed until then. Tradition and modernity merged together to shape a different brand, with an ever-present handcrafted spirit that reflects exclusivity through design and quality.
The brand began with the exclusive philosophy of creating 50 units of each design, hence its name. Over time and through its rapid success, the brand increased production but still retained the name to remember, just as on the first day, that quality and exclusivity of each design are a priority. Today the company also continues to fulfill its promise of exclusivity through limited editions of 50 pieces that are released with each collection.
The icon of the Spanish jewelry brand, the small padlock, contains much more than a name. With a rounded shape and a handcrafted character, it was designed to symbolize the protection of exclusive uniquely designed jewelry.
Alexis Bittar launched his jewelry collections in the early '90s. At age 22 Bittar began designing and making lucite and semi-precious jewelry, selling it on the streets of Soho. Bittar's bold designs quickly caught the eye of store buyers from world-renowned museums, luxury department stores, and high-end boutiques.
He has collaborated with Burberry, Michael Kors and Jason Wu. his designs act as cult favorites of A-List celebrities, including, Madonna, Lady Gaga, Cameron Diaz, Alicia Keys and the previous First Lady, Michelle Obama.
He is the recipient of the Council of Fashion Designers of America's Accessory Designer of the Year Award for 2010.
T. Jazelle is handcrafted on Cape Cod, MA an original barn from the 1800’s with a rustic feel and bohemian vibe. Each piece of her work is designed by Tiffany beginning with the selection of imported precious stones, matching them with an array of charms to create a beautiful and stylish bracelet that has a special and precious meaning to those that wear it.
Based out of Westport, Connecticut. She was inspired by her mother’s collection of fine antiques and makes collectible wearable vintage pieces. Each piece in her collection is handcrafted and of course one-of-a-kind.
Silver Seasons (Michael Michaud)
Artist and jewelry designer Michael Michaud has been passionate about nature for his entire life and the outdoors are the setting of his earliest and fondest memories. All of Michael's creations start with a botanical element. A plaster mold is formed around a flower, leaf, berry, twig or sprig. While this process is similar to lost wax casting, he uses an actual organic element rather than a wax model. In this way, his designs replicate the exquisite beauty and imperfections of nature.The pieces are then hand cast using extreme pressure and heat into models that are embellished with pearls, stones and findings as deemed by the original designs. Finally, the jewelry is given a hand patina finish, to replicate the myriad colors found in nature.
Artist Lois Goglia claims she has a travel gene: an unflappable curiosity about foreign places and differing cultures. This penchant has directed her to many parts of the world. The two places that impressed her most were San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, (which Goglia calls her second home) and Kenya, Africa. Lois was well aware from her travels that many woman around the world did not have any power, or voice in making decisions about their lives. Furthermore, she knew that head covers are used in too many countries to "cover women up", to repress their femininity, and to keep them fettered to masculine dominance.
Malia Designs was formed to increase economic opportunity for women in Cambodia and to support organizations that fight human trafficking in Southeast Asia. Their fair trade fashion products are made by cooperatives that employ disadvantaged people in Cambodia. Their products are made by fair trade producer groups that employ disadvantaged people in Cambodia. By bringing their crafts to Western markets, they can expand their access to sustainable income.
Filomena DeMarco Jewelry
Ashley Vick earned her BFA in Metalsmithing from Massachusetts College of Art and Design in 2006. She launched Filomena DeMarco Jewelry soon after in 2009- an homage to her great grandmother, who was a massive source of inspiration for her and a fearless female entrepreneur at the turn of the last century. Vick’s jewelry is handmade Somerville, MA by the artist, whose eclectic personal style is mirrored by her edgy yet wearable, material-driven pieces. All of her pieces are handcrafted using sterling silver, gold, and/or natural gemstones and can be purchased in galleries nationwide.
Ann Chikahisa's work is inspired by the natural world, and celebrates the beauty and grace of natural imperfection. The result: organic shapes and beautiful natural themes honed through a modern, sophisticated sensibility. Every piece made is a journey. Imagination shaped by effort. Skill woven with surprise. Structure blessed by form. Delight meeting satisfaction. And Joy, always joy. All are part of the process of crafting something beautiful. The collections are bold, compelling, and eminently wearable. Each piece is extraordinary to wear and easy to love as a part of your own confident style. Modern. Sophisticated. Unexpected. Be Extraordinary.
Elizabeth Stone Jewelry
Elizabeth Stone was launched in 2011 with a signature style of “laid-back glam”
which fuses semi precious gemstones with mixed metals and cz stones.
Based in Los Angeles with East Coast roots, Elizabeth is the founder and designer behind the beautiful collection. With a background in graphic design, all of Elizabeth’s creations have a fashion forward artistic appeal and have graced the pages of various fashion magazines such as InStyle, Marie Claire and People Style Watch. We strive to produce top quality jewelry with a superior plating thickness plus an added clear coat to give longevity to the pieces. All of our jewelry is made with a base metal of pure brass and electroplated in 14k gold, silver or rose gold. We only use genuine semi precious gems that are cut specifically for our pieces.
Kimberly Hunter (Founder/CEO) experienced a crossroads in her life as she felt an imbalance on a metaphysical level. She was very unsure of how to resolve this great emotional drain she had been experiencing.
Kimberly is a Registered Nurse and helps with healing others on a day-to-day basis. However, now was the time she needed to heal herself. Due to a chance meeting, she was able to meet and connect with a Reiki Practitioner. After some sessions with this Reiki healer, she felt corrected and renewed. She also felt realigned and filled with strength and purpose.
As Kimberly learned more about this practice, her passion for self-healing expanded. She added crystal healing to her vast knowledge of modern medicine.Today, she is a Certified Reiki Practitioner and Practitioner of Theta Healing.
She created Reiki charged jewelry as a gift for her muse, Anthony.
Kimberly is a firm believer that giving is receiving. She donate fifteen percent of all profits to charity. She is currently working closely with a nonprofit who's mission is to provide independence for individuals with disabilities.
Her intention is to be a conduit for energetic healing. Utilizing crystals and their healing powers to help you, and those you love REALIGN.
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