I’m a third-generation jeweler. I grew up in my dad’s jewelry store where I fell in love with the fascinating world of jewelry manufacturing. 

Then as I grew up, I started learning about diamonds , gemstones and watches.

My biggest passion is vintage and estate jewelry. Especially for men. 

In my dad's store, I used to spend most of my time in the shop area as we had a full manufacturing shop, with our own casting and stone setting. I remember watching the jewelers doing a lot the work by hand, wax carving and even some straight metal carving and shaping, this is when I fell in love with jewelry design.

My favorite thing to watch was wax carving. It used to fascinate me to see a mini sculpture being shaped little by little. I remember we made an 18-wheeler, a gun, an AK-47 machine gun, a palm tree, a clown, and lots of name pendants and name rings.

It still fascinates me to this day.

I have always had a passion for high-quality craftsmanship and I’m proud of the fact that all my jewelry manufacturing is done by artisans in the U.S.

When not working, I enjoy reading, (especially about history) drawing (or trying to), cars, and going to the movies with my 22-year-old daughter.





Please be patient with my photography skills 😎



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