LOREN NICOLE

As a former archaeologist and conservator for The Metropolitan Museum of Art and the American Museum of Natural History, Loren N Teetelli channels her deep affection for ancient history when creating her jewelry. Sticking to ethically-sourced 22k yellow gold and hand-cut semi-precious stones, the trained goldsmith uses age-old techniques to hand-craft each collection. Resplendent in lapis, emerald, tanzanite, peridot, and more striking stones, her latest designs explore ancient Egypt, with motifs culled from Egyptian mythology.
Editor’s picks: the In The Nile cuff, which depicts animals the ancient Egyptians feared but respected, and mythological stories.

LOREN NICOLE

As a former archaeologist and conservator for The Metropolitan Museum of Art and the American Museum of Natural History, Loren N Teetelli channels her deep affection for ancient history when creating her jewelry. Sticking to ethically-sourced 22k yellow gold and hand-cut semi-precious stones, the trained goldsmith uses age-old techniques to hand-craft each collection. Resplendent in lapis, emerald, tanzanite, peridot, and more striking stones, her latest designs explore ancient Egypt, with motifs culled from Egyptian mythology.
Editor’s picks: the In The Nile cuff, which depicts animals the ancient Egyptians feared but respected, and mythological stories.

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