Local Jewelry You’ll Treasure

Fine items from New Hampshire jewelry designers



Jewelry designer Jennifer Kalled at her gallery in Wolfeboro. Photo by Chloe Barcelou

Jennifer Kalled, a nationally recognized jewelry artist, first learned her craft in Arizona in the 1970s. To this day, you can see the Southwestern influence in the brightly colored stones she uses in her distinctive designs. At her Kalled Gallery in Wolfeboro, she creates beautiful earrings, bracelets, rings and bold statement piece necklaces like those shown here.

Clockwise from top left: boulder opal cuff, $4,300; ammonite earrings with black onyx drusy, $2,900; boulder opal earrings, $4,200; boulder opal necklace with chalcedony, $7,850
 

Kalled is not alone in her passion for creating original designs of heirloom quality. Below, you’ll see pieces by Kalled and two other jewelry designers: Jim Livermore of the Village Goldsmith Gallery in Dover and Hally Sheely of Hally Sheely Designs in Holderness.
 

Photo and styling by Chloe Barcelou
 
  • Earrings (top left): Black drusy earrings by Jim Livermore Designs; available at the Village Goldsmith Gallery, $750
  • Necklace (top right): 10.88-carat sapphire necklace set in hand-milled sterling silver by Hally Sheely Designs, $9,000
  • Bracelet (middle): 22-, 18- and 14-karat gold bracelet with boulder opal, cherry creek jasper, moonbeam drusy and zircon stones by Jennifer Kalled; available at the Kalled Gallery, $4,800
  • Horse sculpture: Hand-sculpted horse statue by Luann Udell, $355
  • Cuff (bottom): Hematite drusy bracelet in 14-carat gold, by Jim Livermore; available at the Village Goldsmith Gallery, $2,343

Photo and styling by Chloe Barcelou
 
  • Necklace: 22-, 18- and 14-karat gold, opalized wood and carved onyx drusy pendant with lava bead and black tourmaline beads with gold accents, by Jennifer Kalled; available at the Kalled Gallery, $8,700
  • Earrings: 22-, 18- and 14-karat gold earrings with boulder opal and carved black jade by Steve Walters, accented with 4mm diamonds, by Jennifer Kalled; available at the Kalled Gallery, $9,800

Photo and styling by Chloe Barcelou
 
  • Necklace: 22-, 18- and 14-karat gold chain and pendant necklace with boulder opal, mint tsavorite, garnet and opalized wood by Jennifer Kalled; available at the Kalled Gallery, pendant $4,800, chain $1,350
  • Ring: 22-, 18- and 14-karat gold Yowah opal pendant ring by Jennifer Kalled; available at the Kalled Gallery, $3,500


Photo and styling by Chloe Barcelou
 

14-karat white gold and diamond (of various carats) ring, by Hally Sheely of Hally Sheely Designs; $6,500


More Local Jewelry Designers and Galleries

Other New Hampshire Jewelry artists from around the state.

Designers with stores

Jacquie Hobbs, Hobbs Jewelers
20 Depot St., Unit 30, Peterborough
(603) 924-3086

Jonathan Crary, Jonathan’s Jewelers
460 Route 101, Bedford
(603) 471-2828

Kristin Kennedy Fine Jewelry Design
30A Warren St., Concord
(603) 387-0706

Paul Gross, Designer Gold
3 Lebanon St., Hanover
(603) 643-3864

Paul Richter, Richters Jewelry Design & Studio
Appletree Mall
4 Orchard View Dr., Londonderry
(603) 437-2655

Tigran Muradian, TM Jewelers
21 Main St., Littleton
(603) 444-2200

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