Sip a refreshing red at the Rose Cut Wine Bar while you peruse the Northern California store’s stylish selection of reclaimed 18k gold and sterling silver jewels.
Shawn Higgins and Lindsay Daunell, co-owners of D&H Sustainable Jewelers, relax with a glass of wine at the Rose Cut Wine Bar, a fully licensed bar located at the back of their San Francisco boutique.
D&H Sustainable Jewelers opened in early 2011 on San Francisco’s Market Street. The eco-conscious philosophy that underpins the owners’ commitment to selling ethically sourced jewelry and gemstones extends to the art and wines on offer: “We try to work with local groups all the time,” says co-owner Lindsay Daunell. “Community is such a huge part of sustainability.”
The turtle pendant is by Hratch Nargizian, and the other pieces are by Rebecca Overmann; all are made in reclaimed 18k gold and oxidized sterling silver.
A mix of rings in reclaimed 18k yellow gold, rose gold, and white gold, as well as reclaimed palladium, by Jennifer Dawes of Dawes Design and RedStart Designs.
ila&i lockets in reclaimed 18k gold and oxidized sterling silver, with certified and ethically sourced diamonds
Vintage ruby and diamond earrings in 18k white gold from a private royal collection. “The main reason we like the vintage department is because of the scarcity of ethically sourced rubies on the market today,” says Shawn Higgins.