Satomi Kawakita – Jewelry
Satomi Kawakita is drawn to the creative process. Inspired by her mother, a dressmaker she followed a creative path to jewelry design, became a master diamond setter, and launched her collection in NYC in 2008. Enchanted by the natural mystique of precious gemstones and metals, she expresses her unique sense of beauty and impeccable craftsmanship in every piece.
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Kim Austin began her small letterpress and design studio Austin Press on Pier 70 in San Francisco surrounded by the industrial maritime past and contemporary artisans. Her aesthetic is informed by rare books, turn of the century ephemera, or any curious, object that conveys a sense of beauty. Inspired by the craftsmanship of days gone by, AP prints all pieces on a 19th century letterpress.
Aromatically nuanced candles made with soy, coconut, and bee’s wax, natural essential oils, and fine perfume. Poured into recycled glass vessels, with cotton wicks, and letterpressed art.
hirondelle et pépin – diamond necklace collection
Hirondelle comes from the word swallow in French. The brand name is inspired by the Oscar Wilde story The Happy Prince that tells the tale of a selfless swallow carrying gold and jewels to the poor lifted from the gold-leafed statue of a prince. Creating delicate jewelry from 18 karat gold and diamonds, Hirondelle et Pépin is beautiful fine jewelry adored by women the world-over for its heirloom-like quality and timeless style.
Now our favorite diamond necklace collection are in-store for holidays.
98 Christopher Street, New York, NY, 10014