We are on the southern-most aisle (closest to 42nd St). If you enter Vanderbilt Hall from 42nd Street, make an immediate right into the aisle along the wall. If you enter Vanderbilt Hall from the main terminal hall, make a left into the furthest aisle (just before exiting Grand Central). We are the 4th booth down. So excited to be part of this show again. Come visit!
As we hand finish new pieces for the collection, we will add them to the New Additions section of the website. To get there, head to the Collection tab and New Additions is the last dropdown selection.
Congratulations to @david__m__watts and his launch of @wattswhatmagazine , a new men's lifestyle magazine. A huge thanks for highlighting our handcrafted line of jewelry. WattsWhat Magazine is available online at www.wattswhatmagazine.com and in the U.K. at select locations. FB: wattswhatmagazine
A new version of an 'x' stud cast in blackened silver or 14k yellow gold ($65/$165). These Micro studs measure 3/16". For product details/pricing, please visit our 'Featured' section under Collections.
Cast in aged sterling silver, a few of our newest pieces; Invictus 'Sun God' Cluster ($170), Sliver of Silver Long Pendant ($160) and Greek Cross 4x4 ($185). For product details/pricing, please visit our 'New Additions' section under Collections.
We are working on a new group go rings; organic and sculpted geometrics.
Cast from 2 old russian coins, this 'kopek' cluster combines 15th & 16th century coin money or denga. The one shown is of Ivan the Terrible (reverse side is russian typography). The second shown which has typography is backed with an image of what I believe to be Alexis I (circa 1650). Available in all silver or silver/14k (one 14k coin). All silver $145 mixed silver/14k $225. For product details/pricing, please visit our 'Featured' section under Collections.
We've cast our new coin cluster from two 3rd century coins; Sol Invictus & Quadriga. Sol Invictus is the Sun god of the Roman Empire and the patron of soldiers. The emperor Victorinus is on the reverse. Quadriga (4 horses pulling a chariot) with Constantine I and the hand of God reaching down. Constantine I on the reverse. For product details/pricing, please visit our 'Featured' section under Collections.