I admire originality, craftsmanship and creativity in fine jewelry design. And that’s precisely why the fine jewelry designs of Alex Sepkus grace my showroom.
Lithuanian-born jewelry designer Alex Sepkus makes jewelry like no one else. Sepkus says he sees his jewelry as a “link between body and clothing,” and as such, should be pleasant to wear against one’s skin.
His pieces are intricate in design and flawless in execution, which is one of the reasons Sepkus won Contemporary Design Group’s Annual Designer of the Year in 2004. The Alex Sepkus collection has been a personal favorite of mine ever since.
This year, his stackable rings are especially stunning. He layers texture and colors into micro-detailed rings in slender and wider widths that you’d swear were forged during the Renaissance. Richly colored shades of 18k rose, white and yellow gold melt into oxidized swirls around diamonds, raised ovals, beads and braids of inlaid stones. They are as magnificent and attention-getting as they are pleasant to the touch and comfortable to wear.
If you prefer a brooch or a pendant, you are also in luck. They are just as stunning, and hang from silken cords and gold chains. Matching bracelets and earrings are work just as well as stand-alone pieces as they do in sets. Short, long, dangles and ear studs all match Sepkus’ companion designs, and in a full range of price offerings.
Alex Sepkus, just one of the original designer collections I am honored to carry at Aronstam Fine Jewelers at Keystone at the Crossing, Indianapolis.
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