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Museum Store Jewelry Trunk Show and Sale

When: Saturday, April 29, 2017 from 10 a.m.–4 p.m.

Where: SFMOMA, Gina and Stuart Peterson White Box, Floor 4

Admission: Free for SFMOMA members. Non-members must purchase a general admission ticket to enter the museum. Buy tickets.

We’re thrilled about the return of our highly anticipated (and justly famous) Jewelry Trunk Show and Sale! Shop your favorite local, national, and international designers — and meet many new ones — while exploring fresh new work not available at the Museum Store.

Twenty-four artists will be participating, some of whom are traveling to the United States for the first time to show off their wares at SFMOMA. Come by and pick up something extraordinary!

Members save 20% on Trunk Show and all Museum Store purchases all weekend long. Not a member? Join now.

Meet the Artists

These are the amazing designers whose jewelry, textiles, and accessories will be available for purchase at our Spring Trunk Show and Sale.

Alice Roche / San Francisco / Metal jewelry    SHOP NOW
Alice Roche is a self-taught jeweler and former architect who adapted her design sensibility to create easy-to-wear, everyday silver and gold jewelry with a compelling simplicity. Each piece is a mini exploration of architecture and intentionally retains a handmade quality.


Ariel Clute / Berkeley / Tassel jewelry
The vibrant, uplifting colors from Ariel’s childhood travels through Asia, and her collections of fossils, threads, lace swatches, antique beads, and stones all inspire the tactile quality of her work. Ariel uses materials from various cultures and imbues them with new meaning.


Brooke Battles / Oakland / Mixed-metal and enamel jewelry
Dividing her time between Oakland, Inverness, and Ubud, Bali, Brooke Battles creates thought-provoking one-of-a-kind pieces—art in wearable form. She set up her thriving studio with no art degree or formal training other than a handful of basic jewelry-making classes. 


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Colleen Mauer, CMD / San Francisco / Metal jewelry     SHOP NOW
Each handcrafted piece in the CMD collection uses texture, color, and tone as tools to transform simple materials into unique pieces of jewelry. Colleen’s work celebrates simple geometries and organic forms, accentuated by her signature finished details.


Diana Schimmel, Dos Riberas / Argentina / Metal jewelry     SHOP NOW
Born and raised in Uruguay, Diana Schimmel studied architecture in Buenos Aires, where she currently resides. She started her company, Dos Riberas, in 2002. She has designed two mini capsule collections for our Museum Store, inspired by SFMOMA’s architecture and living wall.

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Eric Silva / Los Angeles / Bone, wood, beads
Eric Silva’s work reflects an artistic viewpoint that combines both natural and industrial materials in a small, thoughtfully constructed space. His designs highlight the often-overlooked details found in daily life, and the simplicity and integrity of the materials themselves. 


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Giovanna Torrico / Oakland / Vintage sequins, horsehair
Giovanna Torrico’s innovative contemporary jewelry explores dynamic structures and materials such as steel wire, vintage gelatin sequins, and horsehair. Each collection is designed and hand crafted in her Oakland studio, featuring limited edition and one-of-a-kind pieces. 


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Holger Graf and Daniel Lantz, Graf Lantz / Los Angeles / Felt and leather accessories   SHOP NOW
Based in a converted 1912 grocery store, Graf Lantz is a Los Angeles–based design studio and factory that reinterprets traditional but luxe materials such as felt, leather, nubuck, and canvas into modern, minimalist bags, home goods, and small accessories. 


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I. Ronni Kappos / Los Angeles / Vintage glass jewelry    SHOP NOW
I. Ronni Kappos’ colorful, elegant limited edition jewelry is handmade from an evolving collection of rare beads, mostly vintage glass from the famed prewar German beadworks in Bohemia, which is unmatched by today’s bead manufacturing in beauty, color, and quality. 


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Joe Vilaiwan, Vilaiwan Fine Jewelry / Los Angeles / Statement jewelry
A natural-born artist and second-generation jeweler, Joe began designing jewelry at age 14. His boldly designed, meticulously handcrafted statement necklaces, cuffs, and earrings are glamorous, wearable art that have been featured in magazines, on runways, and in film. 


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Julia Turner / San Francisco / Wood jewelry
Julia Turner creates graphic and sculptural jewelry in her Mission District studio, which is part of the Heath Collective. Her award-winning work is strong, subtle, and beautifully crafted, and has been exhibited internationally and included in numerous publications. 


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Julie Burton, Verre Modern / Los Angeles / Glass jewelry
Julie Burton has been working with glass for the last 20 years. After a six-week class in glassblowing at the Rhode Island School of Design, she worked as a glassblower in Tennessee before moving to New York to pursue her passion at the public studio Urban Glass. 


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Kevin Grzyb, Gray Workshop / Chicago / Wood jewelry
Kevin Grzyb and Leah Ray (both trained as architects), together with their son Dex, experiment with material, finish, craft, detail, and design to create wearable sculpture. Their handcrafted, architecturally inspired jewelry features responsibly collected hardwoods and metals.

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Linnea Oliver, Bird of Virtue / San Francisco / Laser-cut wood
Linnea Oliver’s jewelry, tie bars, and cufflinks are inspired by geometric elements found in architecture, nature, and urban life. Her multilayered, hand-painted pieces (crafted from American hardwoods) are modern yet delicate, elegant with an edge and a point of view. 



Meghan Patrice Riley, MPR / New York / Metal and pearl jewelry    SHOP NOW
Meghan Patrice Riley’s jewelry is crafted by hand in Brooklyn. MPR reinterprets and combines quotidian materials like industrial ball chain, electrical wire, and safety pins with fine metals and semi-precious stones to create industrial jewelry that retains a femininity and fineness. 


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Melissa McArthur / London / Pearl and semi-precious stones    SHOP NOW
Melissa McArthur launched her business in 1998, after graduating with honors in Jewelry Design from Central Saint Martin’s College of Art and Design in London. Her London-based production team executes her designs using British-made sterling silver and gold vermeil. 


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Natsuko Toyofuku / Italy / Metal jewelry
The fine Italian artisan tradition and the aesthetic legacy of her Japanese origins meet in Natsuko Toyofuki’s work, made from bronze, copper and silver. Each unique, handmade piece is cast at workshops in Brianza, north of Milan, and assembled and finished in Milan. 


neeru kumar

Neeru Kumar, Pavo / India / Textiles and jewelry
Neeru Kumar is an internationally acclaimed weaver and designer of sustainably produced women’s apparel and accessories at the intersection of classic textile craft and contemporary design. Kumar’s first-ever visit to the US is for the SFMOMA Jewelry Trunk Show! 


philippa roberts

Philippa Roberts / Oakland / Metal and semi-precious stones    SHOP NOW
Philippa Roberts combines simple, organic shapes with beautifully cut gemstones. Inspired by the ocean, nature, and urban architecture, she carves her designs in wax or fabricates them in metal. Each season’s selection of stones defines how her collections will come to life. 


silvana segulja

Silvana Segulja / Seattle / Metal and pearl jewelry  
Silvana Segulja has been a studio jeweler since 1999. Hand-forged sterling silver and gold-filled wires are formed into fluid geometric shapes and patterns; bold forms are adorned with semi-precious stones and pearls—delicate details that create a modern and timeless collection. 


zass design

Steph and Zulay Smith, Zass Design
This mother-daughter accessories studio was founded in 2008 in Raleigh, North Carolina. Zass specializes in redefining typically recycled objects (vinyl records, Formica, beer cans) into vibrant, bold, contemporary upcycled jewelry. Every creation respects the fundamental principle of reduce, reuse, recycle. 


susanna haas

Susanna Haas
Susanna Haas is a Vermont based jeweler, working in a riverside studio with recycled metals and environmentally sustainable materials. Each of her pieces is fabricated by hand using traditional metalsmithing techniques. Her designs are inspired by organic and architectural forms. 


vanessa gade

Vanessa Gade
The diverse urban landscape of San Francisco provides the ideal creative background for Vanessa’s bold, kinetic, sculptural jewelry. Each perfectly balanced piece is hand-fabricated in precious metals, with clean lines and a minimalist aesthetic reminiscent of Japanese and Scandinavian design.



Vipada Wongpatanasin, Cinq Workshop
Cinq Workshop was founded in 2012 by artist Vipada. Cinq pieces are sculptural and lyrical, and combine a minimalist aesthetic with an organic facade. Every piece is handcrafted in the artist’s Haight Ashbury studio, and embodies the idea of “simplicity with a twist.” 


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Members save 20% on Trunk Show and all Museum Store purchases all weekend long. Not a member? Join now.

Admission to the Trunk Show is free for SFMOMA members.
Non-members must purchase a general admission ticket to enter the museum. Buy tickets here.