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RDT Jewelry Sale for Half-Heard

Rocha Dance Theater had a benefit for our production Half-Heard. Here are some items that are still available! Purchase some beautiful jewelry by amazing designers and support our new work. It’s a win-win!

Simply choose an item and email info@jennyrocha.com to set up payment and delivery. Any item over $150 receives a complimentary ticket to our show as well!

AND: Half-Heard will premiere at The Gerald W. Lynch Theater on on February 15th at 8pm.

For tickets: halfheard.brownpapertickets.com

 

 

  1. DMD Metal, Derek McKay Duncan feather stud earrings

Derek McKay Duncan creates fine jewelry with THE most intricate detail work that constantly leaves us agape. From gemstone heavy cocktail and statement rings to gilded deco and Egyptian inspired stacking rings, his work has rightfully gained him a cult following.

$75 (value $275)

  1. DMD Metal, Derek McKay Duncan hook earrings (SOLD!)

Derek McKay Duncan creates fine jewelry with THE most intricate detail work that constantly leaves us agape. From gemstone heavy cocktail and statement rings to gilded deco and Egyptian inspired stacking rings, his work has rightfully gained him a cult following.

$500 (value $800)

  1. K/LLER double spike ring sterling silver (SOLD)

K/LLER COLLECTION is based in Brooklyn and run by chief creative officer and co-founder Katie deGuzman. Katie graduated from Parsons School of Design in New York City in 2002, where she studied furniture design.After graduating, she progressed into the jewelry industry designing for Alexis Bittar, Justin Giunta for Subversive Jewelry, and more, and then founded K/LLER in 2010 with Michael Miller.

K/LLER COLLECTION revolves around an interest in natural forms, architecture, alchemy, androgyny, and juxtaposition. The collection—an amalgam of oxidized, rough-hewn metals delicately cast over skeletal organic material—releases an unapologetic, gutsy rebel yell. Eolithic materials—like horn, distressed leather, crystals, porcupine quills, cactus, and feathers—fuse deconstruction and sculpture, decay and renewal, androgyny and femininity, sophistication, and bohemia. Gritty yet sleek, each piece is timeless.

Every piece of K/LLER COLLECTION jewelry is hand assembled and packaged in Brooklyn. All materials are responsibly sourced in the USA and the ankole horn collection is responsibly sourced in Uganda. The majority of the jewelry is cast from recycled metal, and the porcupine quills and horns used are by-products from the farming industry. The globally recognized brand has been sold in Helmut Lang international flagship stores, Barneys New York and is currently carried in more than 50 stores worldwide including ABC Carpet & Home. In October 2014, K/LLER COLLECTION was the grand prize winner of the 2014 CFDA/Lexus Eco-Fashion Challenge, and in October 2015, K/LLER COLLECTION was announced as one of the ten finalists for the 2015-2017 CFDA + Lexus Fashion*Initiative. K/LLER COLLECTION was one of the 10 brands in the 2016-2018 CFDA {Fashion Incubator}business development program.

$50 (value $175)

  1. Page Sargisson blackened sterling cuff  (SOLD)

Ever curious about the world around her, Page Sargisson seeks out objects whose texture, shape and history inspire her.  With her ability to see beauty where others might not, Page repurposes and transforms these found objects into uniquely textured, handcrafted jewelry, and in doing so, helps bring out the artist in those who wear these special creations.

Page’s pieces are all handmade here in NYC using recycled metals.  Her work has a distinct look since she transfers textures from old letterpress blocks, textiles and woodblocks. In a world where so much is mass produced and 3D printed, the “brushstrokes” of her carvings allow the end customer to connect to the artist and imagine the work that went into creating each piece.

$150 (value $750)

  1.  Unearthen Sphere Cuff in oxidized sterling silver with Dalmation Jasper

GIA BAHM is known for unique, unusual, and innovative designs that are deeply meaningful. Her designs are a constant pairing of opposites, both timeless and timely. Gia uses combinations of raw crystals mixed with faceted semi-precious and precious stones, and one of a kind pendants and rings using rare crystals and gemstones.

She has over 10 years of expertise in jewelry design and production. Gia moved to New York in 2003 to work in the wardrobe and fashion styling industry before entering the world of jewelry. She is a collector, an aestheticist, a creator and a destructor…much like all of us who are constantly perplexed by the forces of nature and humankind.

Gia Bahm developed her first collection in 2007 under representation of Opening Ceremony Showroom, and has since moved to Los Angeles where she continues to design and manufacture seasonal collections, custom design pieces, special collaborations, and other private label and commissioned projects.

$100 (value $150)

  1. Rosanne Pugliese earrings

After discovering her passion for jewelry while in the midst of a career in fashion, Rosanne Pugliese embarked on creating her own collection. Her design inspiration is a translation from modern, clean lines and luxurious materials – developed while working for Calvin Klein – into a contemporary, minimal, sculptural interpretation hand-wrought in 22K gold. She creates her jewelryy in her small Brooklyn workshop where each piece is painstakingly created by hand. Attention is given to fine detail, gentle finishing techniques and carefully selected gemstones. Rosanne uses only recycled gold.

$350 (value $750)

  1. Jennie Kwon ring, rose cut pink sapphire, 6 white diamonds rose gold

You really can’t go wrong with this three stone beauty. Three Rose Cut sapphires are basket set on 1.2 mm square band, accented with 6 white diamonds.

14K Rose Gold

Handmade in Los Angeles

All stones are ethically sourced

$250 (value $575)

  1. Jenny Kwon Stone and Strand morganite + opal ring

Featuring three opals shaped like a leaf, the ethereal aesthetic of the Morganite Diamond Opal Leaf Ring makes it a jewelry box must have.

  • 5mm morganite
  • Three 4x2mm Australian opals
  • Three 1mm white diamonds
  • Milgrain detail
  • Delicate prong settings

$300 (value $750)

  1. Sofia Zakia moon guardian ring 14k gold  (SOLD)

There is much magic in the woods.

A wreath of sprigs and sticks and branches interwoven between pearls and diamonds. A crown from the woodland creatures for the ones who understand Nature’s woodland is a sacred space where you feel at one with the spirit of the universe. Moon Guardian is an homage to this, a talisman of protection from the hidden elemental creatures who play in those woods where there is always the soft kiss of moonlight.

Made by hand in our Montreal studio

14k gold. Featuring 2 x 1.2mm natural diamonds and 3 x 1.7mm pearls

$75 (value $150)

  1. Sofia Zakia shalimar ringopal and ruby ring in 14k yellow gold + diamonds (SOLD)

$800 (value $1,100)

  1. Sofia Zakia eye of truth ring in 14k yellow gold  (SOLD)

An homage to the Legend of Zelda. Inspired by the Sheikah Eye of Truth, this ring features a diamond iris, a teardrop made of aquamarine–a stone known for its transformative healing properties–and is flanked by tiny starlike diamonds on either side. Representative of new life, metamorphosis, and hope, it casts a protective spell upon its wearer and serves as a reminder to trust in the guiding power of one’s intuition.

Made by hand in our Montreal studio

Featuring a 5x3mm aquamarine or Australian opal and 2.5mm diamond with 4 1.0mm diamonds on ring band

$350 (value $750)

  1. Audrey Rose diamond bezel studs (SOLD)

$150 (value $465)

  1. Communion by Joy ring 14k gold with sapphire and topaz

$650 (value $1400)

  1. Catbird 14k yellow gold + pink sapphire earrings  (SOLD)

$50 (value $120)

  1. Lumo Noir Sayulita necklace

16″ oxidized sterling silver chain

14k gold pendant

Pendant: 6 mm x 6 mm

Stone: 2 mm

$100 (value $240)

  1. S/H Koh Discrete Diamond Positive Round Ring

Playing on the theme of positive and negative geometry, the Collection’s striking interactive shapes are elegantly enhanced by rows of finely set white diamonds in complementary orientations. Positive Round Shape Ring. Available in 14k white gold. 25 x 20 x 4 mm.

$150 (value $304)

  1. S/H Koh Discrete Diamond Positive Triangle Ring

Playing on the theme of positive and negative geometry, the Collection’s striking interactive shapes are elegantly enhanced by rows of finely set black diamonds in complementary orientations. Positive Triangle Shape Ring. Available in 14k rose gold. 25 x 20 x 4 mm.

$100 (value $274)

  1. S/H Koh Discrete Diamond Positive Square Ring

Playing on the theme of positive and negative geometry, the Collection’s striking interactive shapes are elegantly enhanced by rows of finely set champagne diamonds in complementary orientations. Positive Square Shape Ring. Available in 14k yellow gold. 25 x 20 x 4 mm.

$125 (value: $275)

  1. Audrey Rose ring, blue sapphire and rose gold by Rosedale

$100 (value $350)

  1. Audry Rose ring, 14k + diamond

$50 (value $150)

  1. Audry Rose ring, 14k + diamond

$50 (value $150)

 

  1. Variance Cigar band  (SOLD)

The gold cigar band is made of 14k, 18k, and 22k yellow gold.

This band measures 7mm x 1mm.

$350 (value $900)

  1. Page Sargisson everlee earrings 10k

$100 (value $340)

  1. Page Sargisson mini pendants- 10kt yellow gold, amethyst and a moonstone

$40 (value $150)

  1. Vintage 1950’s 14k gold bracelet (SOLD)

$775 (value $950)