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A Few of my Favorite Things

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A Few of My Favorite Things…
By Peter Indorf

As you may know, Peter Indorf Designs was launched in Melbourne, Florida in 2016, after a successful 43 years as Peter Indorf Jewelers in Connecticut. It’s been fun to reinvent myself as a Private Jeweler with no store front, no employees, and no large investment in jewelry stock. It provides a certain agility in managing my time and resources so I can create beautiful custom jewelry for clients all over the country and provide highly personalized attention to each client while saving them money at the same time. 


This month, I put together a gallery of projects, just A Few of My Favorite Things, to showcase what I’ve been up to professionally and personally.  A click on the images will take you to the webpage for more information.  

Don’t miss the offer at the end.

 

Engagement Rings

Yellow sapphire and oval diamond ring
Contemporary round brilliant cut diamond bezel set with diamond baguettes set around, rose gold.
Pear and marquise shaped diamonds in a updated classic style.
Oval bezel set diamond surrounded by small diamonds.
Classic contemporary engagement ring with a wide ridged band and 8 prongs.
Wedding Bands
A large collection of gem set bands, available in any diamond shape.
Express your individuality with Donatella a contemporary band with a rainbow of gem colors.
Gold ring with cells for inlay.  Looks great with turquoise, lapis lazuli and coral.
Man's emerald band in 18KYG & platinum.

Fashion Jewelry

Multi-color sapphire, pink tourmaline, spinel and pink diamonds bead set in a 18KYG dome ring.
Oval bezel set diamond surrounded by a rainbow of colored gems.
Five band stacking ring set with bezel set fancy shaped and round diamonds in 18KYG.
Five band stacking ring set with colored gemstones in 18KYG.
Twin stone diamond bypass style ring with the diamonds in prong settings and bead set diamonds on the shank.
Bezel set ruby and offset diamond baguette in 18KYG ring.
Large oval amethyst set in a scroll accented frame in 14KYG pendant.
4 mm Mobius band in 18KYG.
Jerusalem cross with diamonds and sapphires all channel set in 14KYG.
Sapphire and diamond contemporary design ring, 18KYG and platinum.
Oval diamond with diamond baguettes in a simple pendant  design in 14KWG.

Unique Items

14KYG Spider & Fly Pin set with red coral and black pearl.
Electric guitar lapel pin.
32nd Note Pin in gold.
Short sword lapel pin.
The suits of cards in a grouping as a lapel pin in gold.

I find my inspiration from many sources. This year, I joined the Association for the Study of Jewelry and the Related Arts (ASJRA), which provides its members with an in-depth analysis of jewelry from all time periods, featuring ancient through contemporary jewelry.

 

In January, I attended the Original Miami Beach Antiques Show, and took part in a two-day seminar on the History of Jewelry. The fascinating seminar featured experts from all over the world who presented valuable information for appraisers, dealers, buyers and sellers of antique jewelry. 

 

April found me in Seattle Washington, at the 3-day American Gem Society’s  (AGS) annual Conclave.  This is where professional AGS jewelers meet each year to learn about the changes happening in the world of gems.  During the Conclave, I attended seminars where later I am tested on the materials presented  so I can re-certify my professional credentials, the coveted Certified Gemologist Appraiser title.  

 

And, this spring, I was able to attend two amazing jewelry events. The first was at the St. Petersburg Museum of Art where we enjoyed a Gemological Institute of America (GIA) Alumni private tour of the fabulous show Jean Schlumberger ~ Drawn to Beauty. Schlumberger was affiliated with Tiffany & Co. in New York in the middle of the last century. What an amazing artist, designer and jeweler!

The second event was a private tour of the Flagler Museum in Palm Beach. Elise Karlin was the curator of the show Maker and Muse: Women and Early Twentieth Century Art Jewelry, and she was kind to lead a walk-through of the show before it was open to the public. It featured more than 200 unique pieces of handcrafted art jewelry, celebrating the role of women, both as inspiration and as designers/makers, including works by Louis Comfort Tiffany, Charlotte Newman, and René Lalique.

 

Closer to home, I’m an officer in the Camera Club Brevard and enjoy taking pictures of our travels. My wife and I have recently been to Sarasota, Charleston, Savannah, Denver, Seattle and Sedona—all of which provide inspiration for my photography work as well as my jewelry designs.

 


Visit my website peterindorf.com to see some of my other inspired designs.  In the Buy Now! section, use 20%OFF at check out and save!

And as always, if you have questions or if I can be of further assistance, please call my office at 321-914-0118 or text 203-812-0669, you may send an email inquiry to peter@peterindorf.com.

Thanks for reading.
Peter

Peter Indorf at the Original Miami Beach Antique Show, attending the Jewelry History Seminar.
Peter & Pat Indorf at the St. Petersburg Museum of Art Schlumberger show.
Elisa Karlin at the Flagler Museum in Palm Beach.
Peter Indorf photo self portrait.
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