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Easy Elegance

    • Unpredictable Pairings

      Since finding her passion at age 10, when she turned her grandmother’s vintage buttons into necklaces, Rachel has strived to create pieces with an element of surprise. “We’ll put a crystal next to the most beautiful semiprecious stones,” she says. “It’s that feeling of the unexpected that our customers love most.”

      Unpredictable Pairings
      • Statement Making

        Rachel handcrafts her jewelry with an eye toward versatility, making pieces that can transition easily from a day at the beach to a sunset wedding. As she sketches in her Westport, CT, studio, she remembers what her late mother (and business partner) taught her about design: “to look at the world not from the surface but from its colors and shapes.”

        Statement Making