Featured Designer ~ Betsy From Betsy Klein Jewelry

Betsy Klein Jewelry

Betsy Klein, a native to Charlotte, North Carolina looks at jewelry through the lenses of different art mediums. Her background consists of extensive studies in painting, photography, ceramics and furniture design. Each piece of the Betsy Klein Collection is the embodiment of empowerment, luxury, and sophistication. The cascading waterfall of gems from across the world serves as the color palette for her wearable art. Her creative inspirations are drawn upon different cultures, natural landscapes, and movement. She views her work as an explosion of color with soft and delicate nuances. Each piece of her collection rests on the body with warmth and confidence. It is Betsy’s mission to bring forth the beauty of these brilliant gems with the elegance of its owners.

Swarovski Crystal Bridal Necklace Jewelry

Custom Bridal Jewelry Featuring Fresh Water Pearls and Swarovski Crystals

Inspired to create luxury, sophistication and empowerment in each new design, Ms. Klein searches the globe for the highest quality gems. Her inventory of precious and semi precious gems, along with organic materials such as fresh water pearls, lends a palette to create jewelry that elicits beauty, passion and excitement. Betsy’s Custom Bridal Jewelry is always one-of-a-kind and designed to exemplify the bride’s own personality and bridal style. From delicate to bold, Betsy can design custom jewelry for any bride to wear on her very special day.

Peridot Necklace handmade by Betsy Klein Jewelry

Jardin de l’or et vert” Neckalce

This stunning one-of-a-kind 11 stranded necklace was created using Peridot, Vesuvanite, Grosslier Garnet, Fresh Water Pearls, Keishi Pearls, Swarovski crystal, Japanese Delicas on handmade 18k Gold Vermeil cones & clasp. This piece was directly inspired by the incredible beauty and history of my hometown Charlotte, North Carolina. Known for its lush textures, abundance of green year round and history of gold, this necklace took over 80 hours to complete. There are matching earrings as well to complete this exceptional design.

Swarovski Crystal and Pearl Bracelet by Betsy Klein Jewelry

“Purple Waters” Bracelet

This whimsical bracelet  pops with spectacular colors featuring Pink Amethyst raw nuggets, Faceted Fluorite nuggets, Coin, Biwa, Baroque and Fresh Water Pearls, Swarovski crystal on heavy Sterling Silver figure eight chain and infinity clasp.

Lime Green Earrings Betsy Klein Jewelry

Lime Keishi pearl cluster Earrings

These gorgeous dynamic dangle earrings highlight Lime Keishi pearl clusters, Swarovski crystals, Sterling Silver hammered circles, chain and ear-wires. What a perfect representation of the fashionable 2013 fall color trend of Linden Green!

Citrine Necklace handmade by Betsy Klein Jewelry

Citrine Multistrand Necklace

This outstanding Citrine necklace is certainly a statement piece with it’s unique and eclectic elements. Jewelry design, according to Betsy Klein, “is a harmonious relationship between the customer and the materials. The BJK collection serves to bring refinement and fun to women of all ages. It is been her personal mission to help women empower themselves and to manifest that mission. Wear it and feel great!”

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I am always looking for designers to feature in upcoming posts. If you would like to be a featured designer that uses SWAROVSKI ELEMENTS, please follow my blog and contact me at Rainbowsoflight.com. Thank you!

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