& ANTIQUE JEWELRY


Facèré Jewelry Art Gallery shows the work of 56 jewelry artists: northwest, national and international, as well as antique and vintage jewelry. Facèré is located in the City Centre building at 1420 Fifth Avenue between Pike and Union in the heart of downtown Seattle.

You can search through our inventory by artist or on our Shop page which can be organized by jewelry type: bracelets, earrings, necklaces, pins, and rings.



Upcoming at Facèré:
Something Wild This Way Comes
July 18 - August 7, 2018

Facèré Gallery presents "Something Wild This Way Comes," an exhibition that explores what happens when nine jewelry artists are invited to let their imaginations run free and to explore things of an animal nature. Join us for artist talks and a gallery reception on Wednesday, July 25, 2018, starting at 4 p.m.

Brooke Marks-Swanson: Black and white earrings in knit leather, Japanese fiber, and sterling silver. Jennifer Stenhouse and Tisha Abrahamsen: "Crossing Through the Veil," silver, glass, copper, eamel, 20 x 2.5 x 1". Brooke Marks-Swanson: "Spot Earrings" in knit leather, Japanese fiber and sterling silver. 
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Interior view of Facèré gallery
 
Judith Hoyt: Candle, Brooch in found metal on copper. Approximately 3.25" x 1.5"
Judith Hoyt
Candle
Brooch in found metal on copper. Approximately 3.25" x 1.5"
Item is available Available ($430.00)

 
Linda Savineau: Linda Savineau, Brooch, DOX #4, 3D printed polymade, magnet. Approximately 3 1/4" diameter, 1" deep.
Linda Savineau
Linda Savineau
Brooch, DOX #4, 3D printed polymade, magnet. Approximately 3 1/4" diameter, 1" deep.
Item is available Available ($200.00)

 
Kirk Lang: Stack Ring, Titanium ring with anodized finish with gradient from emerald green to cerulean blue. 5mm width. Size 8 (May be ordered to size)
Kirk Lang
Stack Ring
Titanium ring with anodized finish with gradient from emerald green to cerulean blue. 5mm width. Size 8 (May be ordered to size)
Please inquire about availability Please inquire

 
Kristi Zevenbergen: Third Times A Charm, Neckpiece of multiple found objects set in sterling silver with beads and leather.
Kristi Zevenbergen
Third Times A Charm
Neckpiece of multiple found objects set in sterling silver with beads and leather.
Please inquire about availability Please inquire

 

For those interested in beginning a retail business or have a business and need a different point of view, Karen Lorene, owner of Facere Jewelry Art Gallery, has written a history of the business: Building a Business, Building a Life available through the gallery or Amazon.
 

More information on the publications produced by Facere Jewelry Art Gallery relating to the world of jewelry - both antique and modern jewelry art - is available at Lorene Publications.
 
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