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M e t e o r i t e

The mysterious jewel fell from the sky


I studied jewelry design at Parsons before joining Mikimoto to design jewelry. I have also completed the diamond grading program at GIA.


In 2007, I began designing under my own name, and I now run a full production facility and design studio in Manhattan’s Jewelry District.


My design philosophy is that jewelry should reflect each client’s identity and that this identify should be expressed naturally. For that reason, each and every jewelry piece is custom designed and manufactured according to the style of individual client, by engraving the letters or initial of the client’s name, their preferred phrase, or by inserting their birthstones – this has become my signature design.


I am determined to create a jewelry company that embodies the creative spirit, and one that also aspires a new generation of designers and non-profit organizations by funding their works and efforts.


Gemological Institute of America, New York

Graduate Diamonds Diploma

Parsons School of Design, 

New School University, New York  

Bachelor of Fine Arts, Product Design


OPUS Design Award 2003

Sunbeam Home Appliance Design 2002

3M Cleaning Tools Design 2002

International Paper Art Award 1994


The mysterious jewel fell from the sky

This meteorite project applies the pure crystal of meteorite into the design directly with a minimum manufacture process, therefore, projects the mysterious meteorite character into the jewelry as it is.

meteorite jewelry
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