We use fine-jewelry techniques from past centuries that Janet studied in her 20-plus years as owner of the Madison Avenue boutique J. Mavec & Co. Because she spent so much time riffling through estate jewelry to find precious pieces, Elle Magazine dubbed Janet the “Treasure Hunter.”
We manufacture in Rhode Island, the heart of fashion jewelry production in the 19th and 20th century. The pieces have the weight of a precious metal at a fraction of the price. That’s because we use 18k-gold and sterling-silver plated brass. Our pieces always feel heavier than you think—in a good way.
We connect you to the wonder of nature through impeccable details and in the finish of each piece. We like people to connect and admire the curious world of nature. Our pendants, earrings, bangles and bracelets are crafted with meticulous detail drawn from the natural world: Acorns with cross-hatched caps, doves with carved feathers, delicate curled string beans.
Our goal is to create beautiful, everyday jewelry that could become collectible one day. After all, it should be the artistry of a piece that makes it last, not just what it’s made of.