It's true. My waking (and sleeping) life revolves around jewelry. Sometimes I wonder if jewelry really is that important. The answer? A resounding yes! For thousands of years jewelry has marked events, defined status and allowed us to show our individuality. I adore creating pieces that people are inherently drawn to. Pieces that will be gifted with great thought and emotion and become heirlooms.
A childhood and young adult life spent in coastal New England and steeped in the arts led Sarah to study at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. After a year, she dropped out, feeling that something was missing. She took a metalsmithing class on a whim and it was love at first flame. Sarah moved to San Francisco to attend the Revere Academy of Jewelry Arts. After completing the program, she immersed herself in the jewelry industry, working for renowned designers and gaining valuable experience. In 2009, she launched her own business and has been working hard to grow her audience ever since. Sarah's work is informed by the natural world as well as ancient history. While she does pay attention to trends, the goal is unique, timeless jewelry.