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  • Steel Toe Jewelry

    This Thursday's Art Walk captures two artists in the midst of their evolutions: jeweler Frances Smersh is painting, and blacksmith Erica Gordon is making jewelry.

    You know Erica Gordon from her belt buckles: forged, welded, and fabricated in her Georgetown studio. She's taken her same bold aesthetic and scaled it down to jewelry: wearable, sexy, and strong.

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    Our own Frances Smersh continues to explore shapes and forms, not in metal but acrylic and mixed media. Think of it as jewelry for your walls.

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    Don't worry, we'll still have plenty of Frances's jewelry and Erica's belt buckles!

    West Seattle Art Walk is every second Thursday from 6pm to 9pm. View the walking map here.

  • New jewelry, trunk show, SALE!

    Sarah Loertscher has been ripping up the jewelry and fashion world with her daring, geometric forms: supersized, can't-miss pieces and subtle, wear-it-everyday faceted metals. This Saturday, Thanksgiving weekend, Sarah will be introducing two new lines -- Ridgeline and Parallels -- during a special event at Click!. Our entire collection of Sarah Loertscher Jewelry will be discounted 20% for Saturday only.

    Ridgeline is Sarah's exploration of the simpler side of jewelry: bold and modern, yet simple and easy to live in. Check out the "plateau" on these rings:

    Architectural Rings

    With the Parallels collection, Sarah takes the outline of a form and repeats it. The result is jewelry that moves and changes as you wear it.

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    Click! will be open 10am to 5pm for Small Business Saturday and Sarah Loertscher Trunk Show!

  • Ringing in the season with Konzuk rings!

    Karen Konzuk is making her way down from Canada with a sleigh full of new ring designs and a collection of her minimal necklaces, earrings and cufflinks. Meet the designer of our best selling line of unique wedding bands and see an extended selection of amazing designs.

    Konzuk Jewelry Seattle

    Konzuk is famous for her concrete and stainless steel jewelry. Even more stunning are her tension-set conflict-free Canadian diamond rings. Both make a statement: this is not your grandmother's wedding ring!

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    Saturday November 16th is the day, 11am to 5pm is the time. Snacks and bevs will be part of the festivities. A limited number of appointments are available if you'd like to discuss custom options with the artist.

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    Tension Set Diamond Ring Seattle

  • Seriously solid Jewelry

    what  •  the introduction of Click!'s comprehensive collection of Konzuk engagement rings and wedding bands  •  the launch of Orbis, Karen Konzuk's new line of concrete and gold jewelry  •  the opportunity to meet the artist!

    when  •  Saturday May 4th, 11am to 5pm (RSVP on our Facebook event page)

    why  •  because this is Design That Fits

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    Although we have retired our own line of concrete jewelry, we do have a soft spot for the material. It therefore makes us extremely happy to be hosting the launch of Karen Konzuk's Orbis collection.

     

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    Combining steel, cast concrete orbs in incrementally varying greys, and forged spheres of bright gold, Karen has created an absolutely stunning collection of work.

    Come by to meet Karen and have a sip of bubbly with us. If you're in the market for a unique piece of jewelry that will last a lifetime... you can have your rings sized by the artist!

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