Wedding Jewelry - Goldsmiths Gallery

World Class Jewelry Designers

At Goldsmith Gallery, we celebrate the artistry of exceptional jewelry design. Our gallery features an exquisite selection from some of the world’s most distinguished jewelry designers.

Here, each creation reflects a commitment to both quality and creativity, offering you a chance to own something truly extraordinary.

We invite you to explore our artists and experience the luxury, innovation, and craftsmanship that define the Goldsmith Gallery.

Alex Sepkus - Goldsmiths Gallery
Michael Good Gallery
Eric Janelle Earrings
Suna Bros Jewelry - Ring
Adel Chefridi - Goldsmiths Gallery

Jewelry Handcrafted

Jewelry

Handcrafted

Alex-Šepkus-Jewelry-Candy-rings-- Goldsmiths Gallery
lex Sepkus

Alex Sepkus

Alex Sepkus originally hails from Vilnius, Lithuania, and now works out of New York City. He received a graduate degree in industrial design from the Vilnius Academy of Arts with the intention of becoming an architect, but opted instead to pursue jewelry design, a more rewarding medium for his concepts and ideas. He draws inspiration from artists such as Gustav Klimt and M.C. Escher, and though no two of his designs are alike, they are all distinctly “Alex Sepkus.”

To learn more about Alex Sepkus or to browse his full catalog, visit his website:

Adel Chefridi

Adel Chefridi originally hails Tunis, Tunisia, and now works out of Kingston, NY. He finds inspiration in old gold coins from bygone eras, as well as in the gemstones and patterns he’s come across during his trips to India. His work is known for making big impressions using small details. He believes in using recycled metals, artisanal mines, and natural gemstones whenever possible.

To learn more about Adel Chefridi or to browse his full catalog, visit his website:

Adel Chefridi
Adel Chefridi Rings
Adel Chefridi Rings
Adel Chefridi

Adel Chefridi

Adel Chefridi originally hails Tunis, Tunisia, and now works out of Kingston, NY. He finds inspiration in old gold coins from bygone eras, as well as in the gemstones and patterns he’s come across during his trips to India. His work is known for making big impressions using small details. He believes in using recycled metals, artisanal mines, and natural gemstones whenever possible.

To learn more about Adel Chefridi or to browse his full catalog, visit his website:

Michael Good Jewelry
Michael Good

Michael Good

Born in Pennsylvania to Belgian parents, Michael Good spent his childhood in both the US and in Europe. He move to New York City in the late 1950s, and there he got his start in metalworking, studying with a sculptor who taught him a few skills and techniques. Twenty years later, Good took a workshop with famed metalsmith Heikki Seppa who introduced him to the concepts of anticlastic raising, a technique Good would explore and master over the course of his career.

Anticlastic raising is the process wherein sheet metal is formed into waves and tubes using a hammer and a snake-like stake. Good blurs the line between sculpture and jewelry, bending and twisting metal into true wearable sculptures. He has won numerous awards for his designs, including awards from Intergold and Diamonds International.

To learn more about Michael Good and anticlastic raising, visit his website.

Eric Janelle

Eric Janelle is a goldsmith and designer with over twenty years experience in the jewelry industry, sixteen of which were spent at Mark Knipe Goldsmiths.

After four years at Notre Dame College in Manchester, New Hampshire, Eric graduated in 2000 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in fine art. He is a Jewelers of America “Certified Bench Jeweler Technician.”

Eric designs and fabricates custom jewelry for clients as well as one-of-a-kind jewelry for Goldsmiths Gallery. By making superb wax carvings, he helps others clarify their ideas and transforms them into reality.

In addition to working with precious metals and gemstones, Eric carves woolly mammoth tusk, and has developed a line of jewelry highlighting this rare material.

To learn more about Eric Janelle be sure to come by the gallery to meet Eric in person. He would love to say hello.

Eric Janelle Goldsmiths Gallery
Eric Janelle Goldsmiths Gallery
Eric Janelle Goldsmiths Gallery
Eric Janelle Goldsmiths Gallery

Eric Janelle

Eric Janelle is a goldsmith and designer with over twenty years experience in the jewelry industry, sixteen of which were spent at Mark Knipe Goldsmiths.

After four years at Notre Dame College in Manchester, New Hampshire, Eric graduated in 2000 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in fine art. He is a Jewelers of America “Certified Bench Jeweler Technician.”

Eric designs and fabricates custom jewelry for clients as well as one-of-a-kind jewelry for Goldsmiths Gallery. By making superb wax carvings, he helps others clarify their ideas and transforms them into reality.

In addition to working with precious metals and gemstones, Eric carves woolly mammoth tusk, and has developed a line of jewelry highlighting this rare material.

To learn more about Eric Janelle be sure to come by the gallery to meet Eric in person. He would love to say hello.

Suna Brothers
Suna Jewelry

Suna

In today’s jewelry market, it’s a rarity to encounter a family as devoted to their craft as the Suna family. The dedication, meticulous care, and attention to detail they pour into each creation are unmistakably evident. Their steadfast commitment to quality over the years has solidified Suna’s reputation as a byword for excellence.

Every Suna piece stands as a timeless classic, designed to transcend generations. Crafted to become future heirlooms, these pieces are intended to be cherished and passed down through the ages, encapsulating the essence of fine jewelry.

Each creation from Suna bears the distinctive Suna trademark, the mark of the karat metal, and a unique serial number, serving as a testament to their high standards. The Suna stamp is more than just a mark; it is their pledge of quality to you.

To learn more about Suna visit their website.