Tourmalines from Brazil, boulder opals from Australia, ammonites from Morocco, pearls from the South Sea: these are just some of the many breathtaking gemstones and fossils designer Stephen Dweck uses to make his one-of-a-kind statement jewelry pieces. Inspired by nature, Dweck travels the world in search of new stones to incorporate into his elegant studs and drop earrings, vintage-inspired pendant necklaces, bangles and charm bracelets, and carved cocktail rings. As a testament to their quality and creative merit, Stephen Dweck's stunning creations are on display at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Smithsonian. You're also likely to spot his sparklers in the pages of Vogue and Elle, and on the models who walk the runway for Oscar de la Renta, Escada, and other top fashion labels.
What keeps the world’s most fashionable women flocking to designer Stephen Dweck’s one-of-a-kind creations? Tourmalines from Brazil, boulder opals from Australia, ammonites from Morocco and pearls from the South Sea, to name a few. This world-traveling jeweler has made a name for himself — even earning spots at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Smithsonian — with statement pieces that blur the line between accessory and art. Standouts in this sale include the Waterfall necklace, a chandelier of crystal quartz, blue chalcedony and freshwater pearl drops on a sterling silver chain, and the white sapphire flower necklace, featuring a flower wreath pendant with white sapphire details.
Prepare to be stunned by the sheer volume and extreme beauty of the jewels in this sale. This something-for-everyone mix includes unusual takes on pearls by Gerard Yosca, Fallon, and Dannijo. Chain-heavy pieces from the likes of Gemma Redux, Deviated and Joom Lim brazenly play with asymmetry and juxtapositions of color. For the traditionalist, there’s also no shortage of classic, ultra-femme bijoux—including dangly, gem-encrusted chandelier earrings by Diane Yang, a turquoise-and-ebony pendant from Miriam Salat and a flower-embedded cuff from Amanda Rudey.
Accessorize spring's hottest fashion trends (lace, floral prints, pastels, and more) with bright, opulent gemstones. And the pieces in this sale complement almost any look: Think rose gold and topaz studs, clear quartz necklaces, purple druzy chandeliers, and more. Plus, because no collection is complete without a few diamonds, we’ve got those too: cushion-cut drops, domed cocktail rings, and glittering flower pendants.
Stephen Dweck’s oversize cocktail rings with intricately carved stones look like works of art, so it’s no surprise that this globe-trotting jeweler’s work has been displayed at the Met. Dweck’s line of silver astrological-sign pendants studded with black diamonds make for excellent conversation pieces, but every bold bauble in this stunning collection will at the very least inspire compliments.