Wesley W. Kropp
(718) 815-7445

Jewelry

Art objects are often cited as perfect and public examples of a particular civilizations’ aesthetic standards, but jewelry is a far more intimate means of understanding a culture. This is because jewelry is so very personal and its production, materials, as well as where it was made makes such a profound statement of those persons of the past, to those of us of the present. My jewelry designs are sensually elegant, and must work with and compliment the human form. I have the ability to design in many styles to suite clients both public and private. To do this, much research and drawing is done to make everything perfect, while taking into consideration the materials required as well as the intended budget. I invite you to peruse my vast portfolios, only a fraction of which you see here. It is then that you may achieve a greater understanding of the true extent of my talent. I may then bring forth your most beautiful dreams.

More information Diamond necklace designed and painted in water color and gouache for Harry Winston.
More information Gold and diamond necklace with ruby beads, centering in a large yellow diamond. Designed and executed in gouache and water color for Tiffany & Co.
More information Silver Jewelry suites designed for Tiffany & Co.
More information Silver bracelet with gold accents and semi-precious stones. One piece of a large collection designed for Frederick Goldman & Co.
More information Imperial eagle pin, designed for a private client.
More information Suite of fashion jewelry set with crystals, designed for Crystaline, Pranda Thailand.
More information Platinum and diamond ring created for a private client.
More information Earring designs as pencil drawings for initial presentation to Nordstrom’s, early 2008.
More information Pins designed as pencil drawings for initial presentation to Nordstrom’s, early 2008.
More information Bracelets designed with matching pieces for presentation to Nordstrom’s, early 2008.