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About Sur Evolution

Whether it’s a tropical-wood serving plate or a gold bangle, every SURevolution piece has a rich cultural story behind it. Founded by Marcella Echavarria and Dina Rothstein, Colombian natives with backgrounds in magazines and design, the NYC-based company works with artisans around the world to bring handcrafted ceramics, tableware, pillows, bags, and jewelry to the luxury market. The wares have appeared on the pages of fashion magazines like <i>Vogue</i> and <i>Harper’s Bazaar</i>, and sales help benefit developing communities in countries such as Bolivia and India.

Past Sales Featuring Sur Evolution

Sale Ended May 23, 2010

Home Final Sale

There’s something for everyone at this blowout sale, which features selections from more than three dozen top bedding, furniture, tabletop, home-decor and stationery companies. Choose from storied names like Jonathan Adler, Designers Guild and Michael Aram, or sample newcomers like Aviva Stanoff and fatboy. If it has to do with luxury living, you’ll find it here.

Sale Ended January 22, 2010

Wine & Dine

Bring color to the table and warm up winter. Dining and entertaining get a bright boost when the table is set with woven baskets by Alessi, leather trays by SurEvolution and silver cocktail glasses by Christofle.

Sale Ended September 06, 2010

Jewelry Final Sale

From understated to bold and bright, this selection of baubles is full of unique, statement-making pieces. Look to DANNIJO for a tough-girl edge in the leather wrap bracelet with plated brass studs. See Sur Evolution for whimsical earrings that range in shape from delicate gold-plated leaves to textured pieces of miniature driftwood. And for big jewelry with big impact, check out Rachel Leigh’s boisterous multi-chain necklaces, from plain gold to rhinestone clusters.

Sale Ended January 25, 2010

Jewelry by Eddera and SurEvolution - 1/21/2010

Browsing this bevy of sculpted leaves, flowers, vines and winged creatures is like taking a walk through the forest. Cuffs, pendants, earrings and even a headband prove that icons of the natural world make the most coveted adornments.