The Las Vegas Jewelry Week is one of the best if not the most important jewelry industry events of the year. I would count the Tucson Gem Shows a close second especially if you are a bit of a rock hound like me. In 2010 I exhibited at my first jewelry trade show in NY. Then I set my sights on JCK Las Vegas and here I go!
When the show opens next week I will be exhibiting in the Design Center! I am thrilled to be part of the energy that is the Design Center, a focal point for new and innovative designers. So this is my first count down to the show post. I want to give you a peek behind the scenes as I put the final touches on some beautiful new designs I will launch (I do love rockets) at the show.
Thank you for checking in and reading my blog! Here’s the press release.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
May 16, 2015
Jewelry Artist Gina Pankowski debuts her Jewelry in the Design Center at JCK Las Vegas
May 30 – June 2nd, 2014
Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino
Las Vegas, NV
Design Center Booth # S10807
Exhibiting for the first time at JCK Las Vegas Gina Pankowski brings her distinctive line in Gold, Silver and Gems. Bold and wearable her pieces are designed with movement in mind. Exquisitely crafted in the artist Seattle studio, USA.
Inspired by a futuristic fusion of biology and machines, Gina favors rare gems with optic effects like Star Sapphires, Cat’s Eye and color change. Hand-crafted in sterling silver, 18k, 14k gold and 24k vermeil. Gina’s attention to detail and design in her runway worthy statement necklaces is breathtaking.
Pictured are Amethyst Orbit Necklace in 18k and Lattis Earrings in 18k and Kyanite.
Gina Pankowski Jewelry is made to move: bracelets with three-dimensional links roll elegantly over your wrist and collapse and expand with every gesture. Statement necklaces look like they may have grown out of a scene from Halo.
Gina’s Earth Air Ocean Collection also features many rare one-of-a-kind gems in Necklace and Bracelet convertible pieces worn three ways. The Star Eye Orbit Ring features Idaho Star Garnet and Cat’s-Eye Sillimanite orbiting around each other when you move your hand.
Gina Pankowski jewelry is in the permanent collection of the Smithsonian, has been shown and published internationally, and is available in fine jewelry stores and Neiman Marcus. Gina also is featured in the Moen statement piece campaign with TV commercials and print ads running through 2014 internationally.