We are proud to feature the premier jewelry designer, Charles Krypell . Read further to learn more about this famous designer and his philosophies excerpted from his on-line bio:
It’s not surprising that Charles Krypell was a sculptor before he became an internationally renowned jewelry designer. Looking at his exquisite, perfectly balanced jewelry, it’s clear that one artistic craft flows seamlessly into the other. A native New Yorker, Charles has created timeless jewelry for the sophisticated collector for three decades. He first realized his calling as a jeweler while attending the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY. Trained as a sculptor, he enjoyed working in three-dimensional media, including stone. Charles soon realized, however, that it could take 30 years to master the craft of sculpture and become a success. Once he discovered jewelry, he realized the smaller scale allowed him to design timeless pieces immediately.
Charles’s latest collection is Sterling by Krypell. As recognizable for its dimensionality, depth and perfect balance as his other collections, Sterling caters to a broader clientele who may wish to purchase a Charles Krypell piece at a lower price point or wear jewelry that is more casual. Charles, who understands the lifestyle of American women, explains that this line “creates a balance of the whole woman, not just of her jewelry.” Pastel quartz, diamonds, and yellow and rose gold complement the sterling designs. Well-styled, fresh and young, Sterling by Krypell could become one of the most important sterling collections to come out in the last 25 years. Like his other collections, Sterling by Krypell will provide Charles Krypell collectors with jewelry designs for life, and Charles says his collection will soon become a mainstream in sterling fashion. Charles Krypell is synonymous with quality and design. In the end, however, it’s all about Charles’s love for the craft and his understanding of the clientele he serves. In one word, it’s about passion—not only for sculpting exquisite jewelry that will be tomorrow’s heirlooms, but for satisfying his collectors in the here and now.