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.
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Tourmalines from Brazil, boulder opals from Australia, ammonites from Morocco, pearls from the South Sea. World-traveling jeweler Stephen Dweck's breathtaking, one-of-a-kind statement pieces have adorned some of the world’s most fashionable women; accessorized looks on Oscar de la Renta’s and Escada’s runways; and been featured in the pages of influential titles such as <i>Vogue</i> and <i>Elle</i>. From chunky, multi-strand necklaces to enormous carved cocktail rings, Dweck's stunning creations have even been on display at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Smithsonian.