Her keen understanding of what consumers want and retailers need allows Jane to create jewelry that is classic yet fashion-forward, high quality, yet affordable.
Gem intense and architecturally inspired, Jane’s pieces interpret the evidence of art that is all around us. Her muses are in structural designs like stained glass windows, wrought iron gates, train trestles, garden latticework, and street lanterns.
She breathes life into her lustrous 18-karat gold designs through her use of vivid, uniquely cut colored gemstones.
Although Jane’s designs answer the latest style trends, they embrace a classic chic that will keep them as much in fashion tomorrow as they are today.
And, because her collections evoke signature harmony in architectural inspirations and broad use of color combinations, collectors have the ability to create their own personal stories with her designs that can be mixed and matched effortlessly.
Jane is a five-time winner of the Georgia Jewelers Association Design Award, and two-time recipient of Manufacturing Honors in the American Gem Trade Association’s Spectrum Jewelry Design Competition.
She was also recognized for two of her rings and a pendant in the 2008 JCK Jewelers Choice Awards.
All three of her fashion-forward classics were top finalists in the under $2,500 retail category. This important nod from the retail jewelry community speaks volumes of Jane’s ability to produce designs that embody smart style and high quality for a great value.
Priced from $315 to $10,000, Jane’s jewelry appeals to women who value original styles and custom design over label status.
IMPORTANT UPDATE: The accolades just keep coming to Jane Wullbrandt! Her latest earring design was a 2012 awards finalist in the prestigious JCK Choice Awards for earring desisgn under $2,500. Congratulations to Jane Wullbrandt for continuing to redefine fashion jewelry for today’s self purchasing woman.