More About the Celestial Collection
What started as a bespoke client commission for our moon phase bracelet has evolved into a full collection of celestial jewelry that is still expanding. A client came to us in search of a bracelet that showed the phases of the moon. We created a fluid piece with diamonds that resemble the moon's craters on each moon phase. We loved this design so much that we made a matching set of moon phase earrings and designed a ring to match. Another one of our favorite designs from the collection is the moon and stars earrings which offer a detachable feature so they can be worn as a stud or with dangling diamond stars. For something more delicate, our diamond sun, moon and star necklaces are the perfect everyday accessory. Opt for our moon hoops or star studs for an upgrade to traditional styles. Contact us to schedule a consultation to discuss possibilities or for more information on any of our celestial jewelry designs.
About Lindsey Scoggins Studio
From the corporate side to the creative side, Lindsey Scoggins has been immersed in the jewelry world since 2003 in a variety of roles. Her goal all along was to create her own design studio, which she finally did in 2017 when a family member asked for a custom design and gave her creative license. Lindsey’s designs aim to balance precision with purpose. Whether it’s conveying the love story between a couple or an ode to a new phase of life, each piece is meant to be one of the most cherished and unique pieces in your jewelry box. While she primarily focuses on bespoke client commissions, her recent collection expansions offer clients a multitude of ways to customize their jewelry, ranging from the Note to Self collection, a series of bangles with a variety of stone configurations and personal messages, to the sculptural Evil Eyes of the Talisman collection, with a lot of one of a kind creations in between. Her latest collection is celestial inspired and displays her talent for designing collections that are entirely different from the ones that came before. Her design aesthetic draws on her upbringing as an artist painting and sewing with her grandmothers, as well as her degree in architecture, and refined by her extensive experience and appreciation of the fine jewelry supply chain. The crisp, clean and bold style is ever present in her pieces, with an emphasis on lines of extension, pattern repetition, and balanced asymmetry. All of this is underpinned by meticulous attention to construction and functionality. Lindsey’s jewelry is designed and made in the Diamond District where she closely oversees the entire process. Tailored to the female self-purchaser, each piece serves a purpose and fulfills a dream, making it so much more than just a beautiful piece of jewelry.