DesignMargery Hirschey. Ancient style jewelry.

Margery Hirschey. Ancient style jewelry.

The Margery Hirschey collection is marked by an incorporation of ancient style and techniques with a modern sensibility. Through an artistic eye for color pairings and the use of thoughtful asymmetry, the natural beauty of the materials is able to truly shine. ​

The collection’s innovative approach strives to take jewelry design beyond the confines of what is considered, “fine jewelry” to create beautiful, unique pieces which stand the test of time without conforming to traditional standards.

Trained as a fine artist and having studied couture dressmaking with the late, New York couturier, Charles Kliebacker, Margery Hirschey brings together her talents to create exquisite, one of a kind pieces, entirely handcrafted in 100% recycled, 22k and 18k gold, sterling silver and hand cut stones. Each piece is a work of art inspired by ancient goldsmithing but with a very modern sensibility, designed for today’s very modern woman.

​Ms. Hirschey launched her jewelry line in 2008. Her first pieces caught the eye of the Designer Jewelry Buyer at Bergdorf Goodman who encouraged her to create a full line. With virtually no experience in the business, in a makeshift studio, Ms. Hirschey created a stunning and sophisticated collection which debuted at a trunk show in the Designer Jewelry Salon at Bergdorf’s in Fall of 2008.  Since that time, Ms. Hirschey’s work has graced several red carpets and has been featured in the internationally acclaimed book, “The New Jewelers” by Olivier Dupon published in 2012. 

In January, 2014, Ms. Hirschey received the 17th Annual Fashion Group International Rising Star Award for Fine Jewelry. Margery Hirschey jewelry is available at fine stores across the United States, Puerto Rico and Canada.

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