My jewelry is based on a piece I created when I proposed to my wife in 2014. If she had not accepted my proposal, this line probably would not have happened!


As a designer, I am always intrigued to see the outcome of juxtaposing different elements with unexpected results.


This jewelry travels 12,000 mile to be worn by you.

Each Alaskan Yukon gold nugget is selected for its uniqueness. Then it is shipped to a small factory in Tokyo to be cast in acrylic and precisely machined into a pendant. Meanwhile, cedar boxes are handcrafted in Hiroshima.

All the components then travel back to New York City where I assemble them into the jewelry you see here.