The Art of Jewelry

The art of Jewelry

“If I can give a piece of advice to all women in the world, it’s to wear their jewels in everyday life” - Valérie Messika.

Messika is right. Why own beautiful jewelry, if it’s simply going to stay in a drawer? Like pieces of exquisite art, your jewelry is meant to be worn, enjoyed and seen! And like any great artist, Messika seeks to create pieces that inspire. She has a unique way of using different cuts of diamonds in rings, bracelet and earrings.

At its core, jewelry designers are artists; consumed in the production of pieces that reflect style, artisanship, and uniqueness. Jewelry designers such as Lisa Nik, remind us that the artistic elements of our accessories tell a story of greatness. Creating avant-garde jewelry for a global network of enlightened women, Nik’s message of individuality is drawn by bold colors and elusive configurations. Her one-of-a-kind asymmetrical colored gemstone earrings simply sparkle in our Leeds & Son Fine Jewelry showroom.

Similar to art, jewelry can be shared and given. The act of purchasing a diamond engagement ring for example, is both a gift of artistic wonderment and the promise of everlasting love. Giving someone a ring becomes the act of gifting an artistic creation that has been molded in order to represent a larger idea.

Just like when purchasing art, it takes time to find the perfect match. We know that each piece of jewelry is fashioned with the remnants of artistry. Leeds & Son Fine Jewelers experts select the most extraordinary and rare diamonds and gemstones for clients and make sure your shopping experience is as special as the piece you purchase.

Visit Leeds & Son on El Paseo and let them guide you on a journey to find the newest addition for your jewelry collection.