KATE HOLLANDER produces intricate beaded designs which are set in sterling sliver to create unique pieces of jewelry perfect for casual or formal wear.
LORI KIRSCH Each piece of jewelry is unique and one-of-a-kind. Lori works with vintage buttons, vintage glass beads, vintage jewelry, found objects, and semi-precious stones. Her work is bright and colorful. Lori states, "I love to work with vintage elements because a lot of the colors and shapes are very unique. She uses sterling silver chain, wire and clasps on all of her work.
KRISTEN LORA has been designing and making jewelry and art objects for over 30 years. Inspired by bold shapes and forms, objects, color and movement, Kristin designs unique jewelry, small sculpture and objects to flatter and entertain. These items are created using precious and non-precious materials, such as gold, silver, gemstones, found objects, glass and many other items.
SISTER BLOC - Sisters Cindy and Wendy Sumner create exquisitely crafted jewelry from vintage printed metal containers. Their pieces can be whimsical and fun or elegant and serious.
VINTAGE TAXCO When William Spratling made his first piece of jewelry in Taxco, Mexico in the 1930's, he couldn't have dreamed that he was beginning a cultural phenomenon that would revitalize an entire city. Spratling's designs inspired jewelers in Taxco to take advantage of two regional resources — abundant silver and images from their own history and culture. The jewelry that emerged from Taxco remains some of the most collected and popular jewelry designs of the 20th century. The Blue Dome Gallery collects a wide range of Taxco jewelry — mostly from the 1930's-1950's. We try and get iconic pieces of design including many fun less expensive pieces to collector pieces by Margot Van Voorhies.