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Temple St Clair

TEMPLE ST CLAIR found her passion for creative expression in gold and precious gemstones over 30 years ago. St Clair founded her company in Florence, Italy, beginning her partnership with the world's finest goldsmiths - the centuries-old Florentine jewellers' guild. Barneys New York inaugurated their fine jewellery department with St. Clair's first collection in 1986.

With an artist's eye and explorer's heart, St. Clair fashions rare color gems with distinctive gold work to illustrate universal narratives of the earth and cosmos.

Temple's Fine Jewellery collection is recognized for iconic rock crystal amulets, signature triple granulation and "archer's" granule; all are signature brand elements with a nod to the designer's classical foundation.

With her High Jewellery collection, St. Clair celebrates a connoisseur level of gemstones with one-of-a-kind pieces born out of an ongoing quest for the rarest stones in the world - richly patterned Lightening Ridge Australian Black Opal, electric blue Brazilian Paraiba Tourmaline, Classic Colombian Emerald, fiery African Tsavorite and Mandarin Garnet, and of course the finest Royal Blue Moonstone.

Finally, the Haute Couture work of Temple St. Clair represents artistry at its most collectible. Uncompromising in choice of materials and execution, St. Clair explores themes that are meaningful to her through a delightful lens of whimsy and discovery. Her critically acclaimed nine-piece collection of Haute Couture, Mythical Creatures from the Golden Menagerie, made its début at the Louvre Museum in Paris in January 2015. The second chapter of the Golden Menagerie trilogy, Wings of Desire, will also be presented in Paris during the Haute Couture, January 2016, at the Louvre Museum.

Temple St. Clair's jewels are treasured by devoted collectors. Her collections are sold throughout North America, Europe and Japan.

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