3RD

 

GENERATION

 

GOLDSMITH

 

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PURPOSE

IN DESIGN


Jewelry has been Dated back as far as the stone age...  

 After decades in this field, I now see the allure jewelry has to human nature and why it has been in our history so long.  It is one of the more personal and lasting purchases we can make. I have seen how jewelry becomes a statement to each person, how it has the power and ability to change how we see ourselves. 

   It has always been extremely gratifying for me to be able to work with materials that originate from within the earth. I am passionate to  continue on with my families legacy in sculptural design and high quality crafting techniques. 

  For these reasons, it will always be hard for me to sell just for the sake of selling, my vision is to affect others in a truly genuine way. That is why I find myself drawn to symbolism in my new designs, I'm looking to become even more affective in this area.  By pairing this concept with forged precious metal, my hope is to immortalize what is truly "Real Grace" for each one of us.

-GRACE KOOREY

We make a living from what we get, we make a life by what we give.
— Winston Churchill
 

SHE  WORKS

 

HER  CRAFT

 
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2018

 Upcoming collection  

As a artist, I am motivated by effects of Michigan's seasons. It can be bittersweet  how one season merges into another. Symbolism is everywhere in nature,  which inspires the colors and designs I am using for this Spring & Summer 2018 collection.

More to come...

This section will continually have additions, especially up to the 1st week of July, for my first showing at Koorey Creations. Please keep checking in on my site or social media. Thank you.

 

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Design

For You

The most fulfilling aspect of what I do

I truly enjoy working closely with clients to discover what symbolism they are searching for in designs.  It's a challenging and significant process, that I am honored to be a part of.

 

What Is

 

Your

 

Design?

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