7148 E Main Street, 480-994-4717
A collaboration of ideas, talents, passion and skill is what makes French Designer Jeweler a most unique collection of fabulous, wearable works of art. French Designer Jeweler has beautiful selections of one-of-a kind pieces from more than 20 designers from around the world, including Alex Sepkus, Atelier Zobel, Barbara Heinrich and more. French Designer Jeweler is located at 7148 E. Main Street in the heart of the gallery district in downtown Scottsdale. Store hours are from 10 am to 5 pm Monday through Saturday and are extended through 9 pm during every Thursday evening’s ArtWalk.
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Another Elizabeth Garvin Success Story
Have you ever asked a goldsmith to make special piece of jewelry for you? Sounds a little scary, doesn’t it? But, it’s not when you deal with professionals.
In this case a gentleman came to us with a very special lab created pink diamond that he wanted to give to his sweetheart. After determing her preferences we decided to ask the marvelous goldsmith, Elizabeth Garvin, to create the ring. Even though Elizabeth was in the middle of moving her studio she sent several renderings of rings and a style was selected. As you can see the ring, featuring a pink diamond set in halo of textured 18k yellow gold and patinaed sterling silver, has found its home. We are all happy.
Have You Had Your Greens Today?
FIND YOURS AT FRENCH DESIGNER JEWELER
Everyone says greens are good for you! Rather than increasing your kale intake we recommend more energizing greens. Green has always been associated with the fertile energy of Mother Earth. By choosing a green gemstone to work with you are aligning yourself with the healing energy of nature.
Green is Associated with the Heart Chakra
A stunning 3.91 ct green Tourmaline with 27 diamonds set in 18k yellow gold in a unique Sepkus setting.
In the metaphysical world the healing power of green coupled with the strong energy work that Tourmaline is known for can quickly purify and align your energy while infusing it with the love of life and adventure of everyday living.
Tourmalines are the most colorful of all gemstones. Scientifically, Tourmaline is not a single mineral but a group of minerals related in their chemical and physical properties. Sometimes in the gem trade green tourmaline is referred to as Elbaite. Deposits of Tourmaline are found in multiple locations around the world.
Peter Schmid / Atelier Zobel
February 9-11, 2017
Artist Reception: February 9, 7-9pm
A Painter in Precious Metal and Gems
Peter Schmid knows his gemstones intimately, as individual personalities. He looks carefully at each stone, feeling it in his hands and listening to it telling him how it wants to be presented-how he can help it come completely alive. Discover his alchemy for yourself and enter the world of this extra ordinary “stone whisperer”. There is a reception for the artist to be held at 7148 East Main Street, in downtown Scottsdale, during Art Walk, on Thursday, February 9, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. In addition Peter Schmid will be in the gallery on Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m.
Artist Reception: January 26th, 7-9pm
Meet Award Winning Master Goldsmith
Barbara Heinrich is known for creating fine couture jewelry which compliments and amplifies a woman’s personal fashion expression. These distinctive masterpieces of quiet elegance not only enhance your won beauty but go round the clock in wearability and will last generations. See how the uniqueness of this collection touches the uniqueness in you. There is a reception for the artist to be held at 7148 East Main Street, in downtown Scottsdale, during Art Walk, on Thursday, February 9, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. In addition Barbara Heinrich will be in the gallery on Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m.
Artist Reception: December 8, 7-9pm
Meet the Artist and find a Treasure Chest Filled and Overflowing
Nature, mythology, art, music and dance inspire the jewelry of renowned designer Carolyn Tyler, a resident of Bali and Southern California. Themes from ancient civilizations and tribal art reflect her background in archaeology and anthropology. Using techniques from antiquity such as granulation, filigree, and repousse her pieces are evocative of fabled buried treasures of Golden Pages past. Her preference for working in high karat gold gives this jewelry unusual luster, weight and lasting value, making it an excellent heirloom investment. There is a reception for the artist to be held at 7148 East Main Street, in downtown Scottsdale, during Art Walk, on Thursday, February 9, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. In addition Carolyn Tyler will be in the gallery on Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m.
Robin Waynee Show
Nov. 8-10, 2012
Artist Reception: Nov. 8, 7-9pm
French Designer Jeweler is proud to present a new body of work by jeweler Robin Waynee, 2012 Grand Prize winner of the prestigious Saul Bell Design Award competition. Waynee, a member of the Saginaw Chippewa Tribe, has won 1stplace at the Santa Fe Indian Market and Heard Museum Fair. Now a 3 time back to back winner of the Saul Bell Award she was awarded the Grand Prize for “Rainbow Moonstone Bracelet’ entered in the Gold/Platinum Category. The reversible link bracelet is 18K gold and blackened sterling silver, with a hidden clasp, set with rainbow moonstones, spessartite garnets, diamonds and blue sapphires. The bracelet is entirely fabricated by hand, with no casting. The stones are bezel and flush set. Be prepared for another dazzling performance during a reception for the artist to be held at 7148 East Main Street, in downtown Scottsdale, during Art Walk, on Thursday, Nov. 8 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. In addition Waynee will be in the gallery on Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m.
January 31, 2013 – Thursday Art Walk – 6 to 9 pm
February 1 & 2, 2013, Friday & Saturday – 10 am to 5 pm
Please join us in a journey of personal exploration as we present Peter Schmid of Atelier Zobel. Atelier Zobel designs expertly combine color, texture, shape and form, evoking emotional responses of the heart and mind.
Three Days Only. And Only at French on Main.
Christopher Brown Show
Oct. 18, 2012 – Feb. 10, 2013
French Designer Jeweler is presenting the photographs of award winning Grand Canyon photographer, Christopher Brown during Art Walk set for Thurs., Oct. 18, 2012, 6 to 9 p.m. As a Colorado River guide for 20 years, Brown has rowed through the Canyon 3 doz. times, most recently in 2010. Always carrying 2 or 3 cameras with him he has explored and photographed the hidden corners of the Canyon. His work is greatly admired for the attention to detail and elegant compositions. Brown teaches photography and print making from his home in Colorado. He is Artist In Residence at the North Rim of the Grand Canyon during August of 2012 and will be Artist in Residence at the South Rim in April of 2013.
February 21 – Thursday Art Walk – 6 to 9 pm
February 22 & 23 – Friday & Saturday – 10 am to 5 pm
French Designer Jeweler has a crush on award-winning jewelry designer Pamela Froman! Beginning her career in Paris, France by working in couturier salons, Pamela Froman developed a unique signature “Crushed” technique, resulting in extraordinarily unique art jewelry. She pairs the highest quality rare gemstones and pearls with platinum, 22k and 18k gold for jewelry that is personal and exceptional. Three Days Only. And Only at French on Main.