Synonymous with a nation whose heart and passion are the building blocks of dreams. Its spirit is proud and resilient, its people dreamers and revolutionaries. At the core of every American story is the journey to define who we are and what we stand for, a never ending quest for knowledge and connection. We stand for heritage craftsmanship, American manufacturing and the idea that every day presents us with a silver lining. We forge sterling silver jewelry that empowers the spirit and elightens the mind.
Jewelry Capital Mfg. Co.
200 years. For two centuries, Rhode Island has been the heart and soul of jewelry. The Providence Jewelry District ruled the fashion jewelry industry with its small, family-owned companies. Even higher-end designers were looking to these smaller artisans for inspiration. With ground-breaking production techniques and a knack for creating with unusual materials, Rhode Island has always been a leader in fresh design.
Cinerama Jewelry Inc.
Cinerama is known for quality, american-made jewelry designs, operating out of rhode island — the jewelry capital of the world. Cinerama jewelry is inspired by vintage findings, a rich heritage, and a tradition of excellence. Cinerama represents 50 years of manufacturing the American dream.
Brahms Mount uses antique shuttle looms to create American textiles. One of the last working textile mills in the US, Brahms Mount stands for 33 years of American textile manufacturing. Maine artisans work their magic with premium fibers and antique shuttle looms to create luxurious throws.
Apothenne Los Angeles
Artfully hand-poured into a selection of contemporary vessels, Apothenne candles are made with 100% soy wax, the highest quality fragrance and all natural bee's wax wicks, creating the perfect addition to any space. Inspired by nature and the soothing, healing properties it provides.
Sea Bags is a Maine company recycling sails into gorgeous bags. When a local artist and her friend started stitching handmade bags from recycled sails, the Sea Bags brand was born. Sixteen years later, from a wharf in Portland, they create bags made of cloth with subtle differences from its former life out on the open sea.