Bruce Magnotti- Couture jewelry designer Bruce Magnotti has been called many things, “The Lord of The Rings”, for his bold and unique cocktail jewelry designs, “The Andy Warhol of Seattle”, for his versatile and diverse artistic interests, and most importantly, “The First Green Jeweler in the U.S.”, by Fox News, for his dedication to recycling gold and zero conflict gemstones used in his designs. “We work on a custom basis designing many three stone rings with a colored stones like a 3.5 carat ruby or sapphire in the center and then two fine white sapphires on either side,” says Bruce. “We are willing to show customers our styles either at our home and studio in West Seattle, or in the comfort of their own home. We also love helping people put on parties so that we can showcase our collection as a trunk show”. For more info on Bruce Magnotti, click here.
Rock Star Jewelry- Designer Martha Driver creates unique one-of-a-kind pieces that are truly timeless and can be worn year after year. “I love making clients happy each time I meet with them and they put on my pieces,” says Martha. I can personally vouch for this because when Martha graciously gifted me a pair of custom turquoise earrings from her line at a recent fashion event I nearly died and went to heaven. Her pieces are stunning and the quality is impeccable. View the Rock Star Jewelry collection online by clicking here.
Cinti Jewelry- Cintli is a family-owned business that began in Guadalajara, Mexico, in 1989, with the goal of promoting the centuries-old tradition of fine Mexican silver jewelry, while adding a contemporary flair and urban energy. Established in Seattle in 2003 by two young Mexican entrepreneurs, Sergio Cueva and Beto Yarce, Cintli has quickly become known for unique sterling silver jewelry accented with wood, glass, natural stones, leather, suede, rubber and resin, and dried flowers. Elegant and exotic, classic and contemporary – Cintli offers the finest in designs, quality and service. Discover one of Seattle’s “best kept secrets” today! Click here for more info.