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About Jessica Elliot

Born and raised in Los Angeles, Jessica Elliot dreamed of becoming a Hollywood actress until her hobby of making jewelry turned into a booming business all its own. Elliott combines her love for silver-screen fashion with her interest in Middle Eastern design to create head-turning earrings, bracelets and other glittering accessories distinguished by geometric motifs and intricate detailing. Elliot’s gold-vermeil lattice cuffs, bright enamel zodiac pendants, and sterling silver “floating” rings have caught the attention of fashion-conscious A-listers like Kate Hudson, Hilary Swank and Jessica Alba, who have made Jessica Elliot a go-to jewelry brand for award shows and celebrity-studded events.

Past Sales Featuring Jessica Elliot

Sale Ended January 08, 2010

Jessica Elliot

Stay ahead of the style curve with reverse-spike bangles, hammered rings and stud earrings. Jessica Elliot uses a mix of materials — including hematite beads and Keishi pearls — to create get-noticed jewelry that breaks the mold but doesn’t break the bank.

Sale Ended March 29, 2010

Fuse Jewelry Final Sale

Find jewelry from more than 40 top designers at up to 90% off in Gilt's final sale. Choose among the textured bangles from Sparkling Sage, intricate cuffs from Olia, colorful cluster earrings from Susan Hanover or sweet charm necklaces from Satya.

Sale Ended June 21, 2010

Summer Steal: Jewelry

With more than a dozen top designers represented in this high-volume sale, get ready to pamper your wrists, lobes, ring fingers and any other extremity worth pampering. From wonderfully delicate earrings (including Nancy Cohen’s amethyst chandeliers and Page Sargisson’s butterfly and hibiscus cutouts) to assertive necklaces (Pade Vavra’s spike nescklace comes in turquoise and howlite) and rings (don’t miss the bullet-hole ring from Odette), you’ll find something to complement every outfit you own.

Sale Ended March 05, 2010

Jessica Elliot Jewelry

These intricate baubles by Jessica Elliot show a clear influence of the majestic artistry of the Middle East. Blossoms become geometric, teardrops get scales and clovers get crosshatched, all to form unforgettable cut-out pendants and drop earrings accented by semiprecious stones.