Designers We Carry

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We were carefree juniors in college. We were waitresses and babysitters, living for the moment.

But with graduation just a year away, we knew we were supposed to be figuring out what was next. We began filling out grad school applications, applying for jobs, and making travel plans. But in the midst of planning out what was next, our lives were interrupted.

Our classmate, Kallie, had just gotten back from a life-changing trip to Uganda. She met women who grew up in a war and had nothing. They were single moms with no education and no job, and they were our age. OUR AGE. Our lives couldn’t look more different.

The women may not have had an education, but their skills and resourcefulness were astounding. They were making incredible jewelry out of old posters. Kallie brought a box of the jewelry back, and we fell in love instantly. We sold the jewelry to friends and ran out within weeks. That’s when it hit us. These women had a skill, but needed a market. We lived in dorms and apartments filled with people who would love this stuff. Together, we could make a business.

Sounds simple right? Little did we know this was the beginning of the hardest, scariest, and most incredible journey imaginable.

CLIC by Suzanne

CLIC by Suzanne is a contemporary Dutch jewellery label that distinguishes itself using strong forms and a particular application of material and technique. The common theme in the collection is the use of aluminium, the stylistic elements and the unique magnetic clasp that is ingeniously incorporated into every design.

CLIC by Suzanne is stylish and timeless. What is particularly special about the creations is their ability to continuously captivate through their strong, simplistic and clear-cut design. Moreover, the jewellery effortlessly matches every outfit and are ideal to mix & match with each other. Casual, dressy, festive or sporty; CLIC complements every outfit and can be worn every day of the week.


Eddera’s designer, Camille, is a French jeweler living in Los Angeles. In 1997, she attended the prestigious Ecole Du Louvre in Paris—the jewelry school of the Louvre. She was one of fifteen students accepted into the program and was fortunate enough to study under Adalbert Smoliar, the head jeweler for Van Cleef and Arpels. Concurrently, she attended the French Institute of Gemology. She graduated in 2002 as a bijoutier-joaillier and a gemologist. While in Paris, Camille worked for Boucheron and Chopard.

After moving to the United States at the end of 2002, Camille was discovered in an elevator by photographer Markus Klinko and began a modeling career. She worked with top photographers such as Ellen Von Unwerth and Robert Maxwell, eventually becoming the face of Noxzema skin care. During this time, she kept making jewelry and developed a distinct style: mixing vintage elements with modern jewels. Friends bought her pieces and asked for more. Personal stylists Lisa Michelle Boyd (Charlize Theron, Diane Kruger, Megan Fox) and Charline Roxborough (Nelly Furtado, Kanye West) began borrowing Camille’s jewelry to complete red carpet outfits.

Eva Stone

Rafael Szyszko is a qualified designer, graduate of Academy of Art Łódź, who, together with the design team, created a jewellery brand Eva Stone. The aim was very simple - to create design jewellery which recipient is both the art connoisseur and ordinary lover of beauty. Eva Stone is the synonym for aesthetic form, unique design and sophisticated passion. Design jewellery is unique, made ​​with attention to every detail and to the best quality. Own silver studio and cutting workshop of mineral stones allow to create even the most free and innovative ideas of designers. And each of the manufacturing processes guarantees the highest quality. Our jewellery plays with texture, structure and shape of silver surface. The connection of silver with gold plating, ruthenium, oxidized elements or rough diamonds cubes is filled with imagination, design and contrasts. And the inspiration for this creation derives both from the present world and from the old techniques of jewellery. Silver studio of jewellery Eva Stone relies on the proven techniques (granulation) and on the other hand, isn't afraid to use the new technology, such as 3D jewellery design. This combination of tradition and modernity results in products with soul and technical artistry. Quality and aesthetics of the project caused the highest recognition of the brand Eva Stone among jewellers from all over Europe.

Freida Rothman

Freida Rothman is a premier Brooklyn based designer specializing in luxury jewelry and accessories. Freida upheld the family lineage in jewelry and gained a semantic affinity for the industry at a very young age.

Established in 2010, her eponymous label shortly expanded into a lifestyle brand. She is recognized for her eloquent layered necklaces, bracelets and stacked ring sets. Freida's matte metal finishing and two-tone colored metals, truly captivate her brand and set her apart from other designers.

Freida continues to explore the depths of fashion in an unexpected way that evokes a captivating and indefinable characteristic.

Holly Yashi



Since 1981, Holly Yashi have been making quality, handcrafted artisan jewelry in Redwood Coast design studio in Arcata, California. For over 35 years, their signature style of colorful and lightweight niobium metal is still what makes Holly Yashi jewelry unique and irresistible. Featuring an array of inspiring materials, including Swarovski crystal pearls, Bohemian and dichroic glass, and hypo-allergenic metals, all their jewelry is crafted by hand in small, high quality batches, one piece at a time.

Holly Yashi’s vibrant handcrafted jewelry has been enjoyed by loyal customers, longtime collectors, and enthusiastic new fans. Holly and Paul are grateful for the support of the Holly Yashi community, and look forward to continuing to provide jewelry lovers everywhere with wearable expressions of art and beauty.

INOX Jewelry

INOX Jewelry is a brand name of Salesone International. INOX Jewelry is a collection of over 2000+ different 316L Stainless Steel and Titanium jewelry for both men and women. Our designs range from classic to contemporary to edgy and urban. Our large variety of unique designs and affordable price points can appeal to almost any customer base around the world.


Meral Sartekin was born in 1960 in Akhisar, a rural village in Turkey. The free spirited, independent young woman left her country to study abroad in Zurich, Switzerland where she married Halil and gave birth to their daughter.

In 1992 the couple founded Kelim, a boutique specializing in handmade goods from their native Turkey. Meral and Halil began designing jewelry inspired by the beautiful patterns in, the traditional Turkish carpets and the natural beauty of their adopted country, Switzerland.

After the success of their first wholesale trade show, the couple focused solely on designing and producing the Kelim Jewelry Collection. Together with their nephew, Gultekin, they established our atelier in Istanbul, where a team of highly trained craftsmen bring each design to life.

Leah Alexandra

Leah first started developing her skill for design and craftsmanship while obtaining a Bachelor of Design at Ryerson University. Shortly after graduating, Leah moved from Toronto to Vancouver where she enrolled in a metalsmithing course, followed by an internship for a local goldsmith. It was during this time that Leah began slowly but surely collecting materials to create her own pieces she felt couldn’t be found elsewhere. She then decided to take a chance on her hobby and trade in her savings for gemstones. With this leap of faith, Leah Alexandra Jewelry was born – soon to be treasured and coveted around the world by women from all walks of life. What started out as family and friends lining up for Leah’s designs quickly became an overwhelming community of global supporters. Now Leah’s designs have been featured in internationally recognized publication such as Vogue and Elle, as well as worn by countless celebrities like Jessica Alba, Reese Witherspoon, and gold medal Olympian Tessa Virtue.

Marcia Moran

Marcia was born and raised in Brazil, arriving in Los Angeles in 2002 with her husband and two young children, along with a desire to pursue her interest in fashion and partake in the vibrant creative community of her new home. A year later she was helming her own jewelry brand and selling to high end boutiques all over Southern California. The business grew quickly from a home based startup to a trusted name in luxury costume jewelry. Now in her fourteenth year of creating stunning works of wearable art, Marcia's semiprecious stone and precious metal plated jewelry continues to stand out for its balance of classic elegance and playful flair. Rooted in vivid Brazilian resources and California chic, this jewelry line for the fabulously empowered is sure to amaze. A celebrity favorite, Marcia’s jewelry has been featured on numerous TV shows and red carpets, as well as being carried in select Bloomingdales and Harvey Nichols locations across the globe, making it not only a boutique treasure but a fashion powerhouse. We invite you to enter the world of Marcia Moran and see for yourself the dazzling adventure that awaits.

 Her line has been seen on celebrities such as Brooke Burke-Charvet, Christina Aquilera, and many more including Bravo-lebrities such as Kyle Richards, Adrienne Maloof and Heather Dubrow.

Satya Scainetti 

After 30 days of intensive yoga training in the Bahamas, She was given her spiritual name, Satya. Unsure of the word's meaning at first, she soon learned that it meant "truth" in Sanskrit. That evening, she had the dream that she would start making jewelry of all truths and donate to children throughout the world. Now, fifteen years later, she is designing beautiful, meaningful and inspiring jewelry, handcrafted for the modern and fearless woman in mind.

Radiant, symbolic and powerful, she incorporates semi-precious stones and sacred symbols into pieces that honor the infinite potential of all who wear them. She's so proud to donate a percentage of all sales are donated to the Satya Foundation; her 501 (c) organization that has raised over $1 million for children's charities throughout the world.

Saphirim Rahav 

Saphirim Rahav is an Israeli leading Roman glass and sterling silver jewelry manufacturer.

The company was established in 1978 by Kibbutz Revadim, and in the past 4 years is located in the south of Israel, in Qiryat-Gat.

The collection features unique designs, made with ancient Roman glass, artfully combining semi-precious stones, gold and silver. The collection is created by our 3 in-house designers and contains a wide variety of styles for all age groups. The diversity in the designs and the reasonable prices on offer, allow each woman the opportunity to pick out a special piece of jewelry suited just for her.

We use only the finest elements, which are textured and brushed to perfection. As we manufacture everything in-house, our hands ensure that high-quality products reach our valued customers.


Since 1989, Shablool Silver Jewelry Design, Ltd. has been designing and manufacturing affordable top-quality jewelry inspired by Nature and the unique ambiance of the Holy Land.

Shablool’s distinctive Unique Rings, earrings, bracelets, pendant necklaces, watches and pins, combine sterling silver 925 with semi-precious stones and 14k gold.

Shablool’s cutting edge Nazareth plant provides seamless, end-to-end jewelry production that meets the highest standards of quality and quantity.

Through department stores, TV shopping channels, mail order catalogs and word-of-mouth, Shablool’s customer base has expanded from the local Israeli market to markets in the US, Eastern and Western Europe, Australia and beyond.

Uno de 50

Born in Madrid in the late nineties, the brand came into existence in response to the need of finding a jewelry style that would break away from everything that exists. A revolution where traditional jewelry techniques and processes were used for a new way of doing things.

In the late nineties, José Azulay acquired UNOde50 to create unique and different jewelry with original designs and few units of each one. Something select, unique and with personality.

The first UNOde50 collections were made up of only 50 units of each design. A commitment to quality and exclusivity forced to evolve because of the brand’s success.

Currently, UNOde50 continues making all of its pieces using traditional methods as if they were one-of-a-kind, also presenting 50-unit Limited Editions with each collection.

Now, more than twenty years later, UNOde50 keeps writing its story.