Amy Holton Designs

About 

Aptitude tests in school told me I should have been an engineer. As usual, I went against the grain, and with the help of the University of Texas, chose accounting and finance instead. After I was laid off from Enron in 2001, jaded by corporate America needless to say, I desperately wanted to find a career that fulfilled me on a more personal level. I've loved fashion and all things decadent and opulent for as long as I can remember. Gemstones have fascinated me since childhood. Add to that an artistic side that hadn't been fed in a long while. Everything I needed for my own personal fulfillment seemed to align with jewelry design: the business aspect, the artistic aspect, the luxury of the materials and the process of building each piece with my hands. It was a perfect storm.

Everyone sees the world through different eyes. My work is a product of how I see this little corner of my world. How I may interpret a gemstone, combination of gemstones, their colors and textures, is vastly different than what another may see when looking at the same materials. For this reason, I also find great inspiration by working with my clients on commissions. Through their eyes, their interpretations, I’m broken out of my paradigm to work with color combinations or styles I may not have otherwise considered. Their impact on my creativity makes this little corner of my world a bit more expansive, each and every time. Each piece, be it commissioned or not, results in a connection between designer and client -- their world and mine. The fact that others are affected by my work, enough to wear it to enhance their personal style or present it as a gift, is such a high compliment. As artists, we put a lot of who we are into our lines, consciously and subconsciously.

Every time one chooses to indulge in a piece of my jewelry, I suddenly have a little personal tie to someone I may have never met and likely never will...

...but our little corners of the world have collided...

...no matter on which continent we may reside.

What sets them apart?

From simple solitaires suspended in a halo of gold to intricately interlaced gemstones and meticulously coiled links, Amy Holton Designs creates distinctive, limited edition and bespoke jewelry of the finest gemstones and metals. We source our materials from a handful of trusted suppliers and cutters, many of which are family businesses that have been operating for generations. Being extremely detail oriented, every piece is crafted in-house with a discerning eye for quality workmanship. Each exclusive piece is handcrafted in Austin, Texas.

Details

Wholesale: $30 - $3000

MSRP: $76 - $7500

Contact: Amy at amy@amyholtondesigns.com or (512) 879-6517

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