Events

Elizabeth Locke: Wednesday, November 2nd

The Elizabeth Locke exclusive showing will be held from 10am till 6pm, at our store on Wadley.

About: Elizabeth Locke draws on a lifelong fascination with the antique jewelry of the Etruscans, Greeks and Romans as she creates her own neo-classical hand-made 19k gold jewelry. She selects every stone and designs every piece herself. While many covet the luminescent stones or the Venetian glass intaglios in her designs, Elizabeth’s deepest passion is for one-of-a-kind antiquities: 19th century micromosaics and pietra duras, 18th century Chinese gambling counters, Essex crystals, miniature paintings or antique Japanese porcelain buttons.



Elizabeth Locke
Victor Velyan: Thursday and Friday, December 1st and 2nd

The Victor Velyan exclusive showing will be held from 10am till 6pm, at our store on Wadley.

About: Victor Velyan began his journey in the jewelry industry in 1984 as a diamond setter and 2 years later became a jeweler’s apprentice. Over time and with uncompromised dedication, Velyan’s knowledge of the industry grew, as did his desire to develop and share his vision with others. In 1995, with a decade of experience under his belt, Victor realized his dream by opening his manufacturing shop, Victor-Christy in Los Angeles, California. The studio allowed Velyan freedom and flexibility to produce pieces for some of the industry’s most significant designers. Though his manufacturing and design for others proved to be undeniably successful, winning over 27 awards under other designers’ names, his own creations were yet to be fully expressed.



Victor Velyan
Suzy Landa: Holiday Happy Hour - Wednesday, December 14th

The Suzy Landa exclusive showing will be held from 5pm till 7pm, at our store on Wadley.
Local Artist Danny Jordan will also be showing his art.

About: Equal parts playful and elegant, Suzy Landa’s jewelry marries simple geometric shapes with soft, feminine lines in creations ideal for both day and night. Her inventive, flirtatious designs feature brushed 18K gold and gemstones in colors so delicious the pieces appear edible. An admitted colored stone junkie, Suzy often falls in love with a stone, then works backwards, creating something that makes the it the centerpiece. In many cases, the resulting pieces are one of a kind. Suzy favors curved lines to straight; circles to squares, form to function. Inspired by mid-century design, she creates jewelry that is at once bold and understated. Refreshing new classics that are glamorous but not glitzy, her pieces have an old world air with a modern flair. Her collection is a combination of high-end materials mixed with practical wearability. Just as easily accompanying jeans and a t-shirt as an evening dress, the jewelry is elegant, yet comfortable; contemporary, but not trendy, and timeless and totally without pretension.



Suzy Landa