Boulder, Colorado – Reported by Elite Traveler, the Private Jet Lifestyle Magazine
Innovative jewelry designer Todd Reed invites you to witness the process of creation at his brand new studio cum showroom, opening in early December at the east end of Pearl Street in downtown Boulder, Colorado. Famed for questioning traditional conventions of beauty, Reed uses recycled gold and raw, uncut diamonds to deliver stunningly unique pieces of fine art jewelry.
His new luxury studio space, minimalist modern in design and over 5,000 square feet in size, boasts a public showroom, a jeweler workspace behind a wall of water and a lounge. Upon arrival, you’ll be welcomed as if you were entering a friend’s perfectly appointed home—with warmth and refreshments. A collection of high-karat gold pieces will be on display, and if you’re interested in looking at the more expensive items, you’ll be able to do so in the comfort of a private viewing area.
Self-trained metalsmith Todd Reed founded his company in 1992 and remains involved in all steps of the design and production process. He stays true to his values by using recycled materials, sourcing high-quality gems from reputable distributors, handcrafting all jewelry 100 percent on-site and designing pieces that challenge traditional perceptions of beauty.
Now, by opening his studio to the public, he plans to share his design vision and philosophy with visitors and the local Boulder community alike. Reed will be available on-site to work with customers, whether you’ve got your eye on a ready-made piece or prefer to have one personally customized.
The recipient of jewelry design awards from the American Gem Trade Association, Veranda magazine, Town & Country and others, Todd Reed jewelry is considered more art than accessory, an expression of individuality and true beauty. Reed says, “My work continues to grow as I grow, and I am still inspired by most everything. Beauty and nature are endless inspiration.” Now you can watch the celebrated atelier in action and be inspired to add one (or more) of Reed’s wearable, literally one-of-a-kind works of art to your personal collection.