About the Designer
Gay Harrison began her jewelry career in 2002. The business was born from the loss of her mother. When her mother died from cancer that year, Gay found the art of designing jewelry therapeutic, utilizing her mom’s vintage beads to recreate new pieces. And the journey of handcrafting incredible jewelry began ...
It was a far stretch from her 25 years in journalism and broadcast promotion but the transition from journalism to jewelry was an easy one ... Her ideas began to flow and her designs began to fly – sold to friends, neighbors, clients, and colleagues – all smitten by her one-of-a-kind designs.
The business has taken her around the world and into high-end retail stores for exclusive trunk shows at Bloomingdale’s in Orlando’s prestigious Mall at Millenia and Jacobson’s. She also has done corporate trunk shows for major companies in London, Philadelphia, New York and Miami.
The use of exotic stones are treasures imported from Africa, Tibet, Thailand, China, Corfu and other exotic places. Handcrafted from amethyst, agate and amber to pearls, peridot, turquoise and more, her jewelry is classic, elegant, timeless and unique. No two pieces are exactly alike.
Gay is hands-on with every element of her collection – from research and development to design and delivery.
Gay works in her Central Florida studio affectionately known as "the gem den," where her mother’s memory continues to be a daily inspiration.