// lively luster //
From edgy to elegant, there’s plenty of silver jewelry to choose from—
with and without stones, paired with enameled copper, everyday to one-of-a-kind.
// dress up or down //
black & white
Black and white never gets old. It can be elegant, casual, bold or all three.
Pair with color, silver or gold for a stunning combination.
// in a word //
the type collection
You don’t have to be a typography lover to delight in this new collection of black
letterform collages—a celebration of positive/negative space and pops of color.
The holiday season is upon is. I’m not sure if I’m ready, but I better be because there are three pop-up/market opportunities to find a… Read more
It’s weird but cool to be the only jewelry maker in an exhibition at the CalPoly Pomona Kellogg Gallery. The exhibition, “Ink & Clay,” is… Read more
I closed out the 2022 show season with the American Craft Expo (ACE), held at the Chicago Botanic Garden. Unfortunately, the committee announced that this… Read more
// what they say //
You make my work truly come alive when it leaves my hands and studio and takes on a new story in your possession.
Thank you for taking this journey with me. You are loved.
“These earrings a subtle but eye catching at the same time. While they are sturdy and hang beautifully, they feel quite light. I wear them casually and also to dress up. They go with a black turtleneck perfectly! I love them and am so glad I picked these. (It was very hard to decide on just one pair from Jane’s collection!)”
“The necklace arrived this afternoon. Wow! It is even cooler than I thought.
I think I might just change clothes right now so that I can wear it around the house. I will rearrange my zoom screen so that my students can see that I am even cooler than I thought.”
“I am a huge fan of Jane Pellicciotto’s jewelry. Each piece is a miniature work of art in design and material selection. That you can wear them makes them even better! This serpent pendant raises the game to be a wonderful piece of architecture and one that I had to purchase on first sight.”