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Fine Jewelry

    • Stone's Throw

      While partial to labradorite, Amy also finds inspiration from pure rubies and Peruvian opals, her signature stone. “When I was little, my parents bought me a rock tumbler to polish the stones I collected during our trips to Aspen,” says Amy, who grew up in Los Angeles and lives there today.

      Stone's Throw
      • Precise Design

        Once Amy finished designing this tourmaline ring (left), she put it on her middle finger and never took it off. “It was one of the first pieces I made,” she says. “I designed the rest of the line around it.” It’s only after Amy does five or six rounds of sketches that she considers a piece to be complete. “I add color, and then I add stones, and then I do another revision,” she says. “It’s a process.”

        Precise Design