Thursday, March 28, 2013

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Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Great Saint Valentine Gifts - Original Hoop Earrings at Lady J Jewelry

Jessica D’Amico is the creative and artistic force behind Lady J Jewelry Designs. Miss D’Amico was formally educated at Pratt Art Institute in Brooklyn where she majored in sculpture, with a concentration in metal smithing and jewelry design. In 1998, Miss D’Amico participated in a special studies program at The California College of Arts and Crafts, where she studied under metal smith, Maralyn DeSilva.
original St. Valentine gifts at Lady J Jewelry Miss D’Amico learned special techniques in metal smithing, creating provocative projects such as ceiling-to-floor candelabras, two-foot metal serving spoons and a metal tiara. After completing her studies, Miss D’Amico worked for East Village jewelry designers Sara Samoiloff and Dan Natkjil. In 2002, Jessica embarked on her own, launched her company, Lady J Jewelry Designs, and opened
Original Hoop Earrings In 2005 & 2006, growth led to Demographix Magazine penning a lead story on Lady J Jewelry Designs, with glowing reviews of the launch of the Giraffe Collection and the Saturn Series~the Leather & Silver Line. In 2007, the company continued its rapid growth and received further praise, with features in InStyle Magazine, Lucky Magazine,, and A.M. New York.

During a very busy 2008, despite the demands of managing her business and a second pregnancy, Miss D'Amico found time to teach jewelry design to young students at Mott Hall in Manhattan. And also in 2008, her Yanomami-inspired collection, Sweet Leaf, was unveiled at trade events and was featured in WWD, Accessories Magazine and Essence Magazine in 2008, and Fine Jewelry Magazine in 2009.