American Jewelry Design: The Wild Child Grows Up

Diverse. Eclectic. Innovative. Free.Even designers can't agree on one word to describe American jewelry design. It has no specific look, no one trait that shouts "American." From Henry Dunay's dazzling diamond creations to Michael Good's graceful curls to Richard Kimball's elemental textures and colors to David Yurman's fashionable sterling cable bracelets,American jewelry design remains as startling and unique as the individuals who create it.If you had to pick one word to describe American jewelry design, what would it be?"Eclectic" - Whitney Boin"Free" - Jose Hess"Diverse" - Michael Bondanza"Innovative" - Sandy Baker"Bold" - Henry Dunay"Refreshing" - Jeffrey Kaphan"Change" - John Atencio"Fragmented" - Richard Kimball"Self-expression" - Scott Keating"Fresh" - David Yurman"Versatile" - Barbara Westwood"Individualistic" - Ronna Lugosch"Dynamic" - Brian Charles"Searching" - Michael Good"E

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