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Holly Stephey Talks to Jeffrey Appling (Rings that rock!)

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Just as the painter/artist communicates their art form with colorful pigments applied to canvas, Jeffrey's colorful medium is Mother Nature’s finest and brightest colored gemstones. My unique art form is both exotic and daring, lending each piece to be strategically fashioned for optimum visibility and comfort while utilizing precision artistry. Jeffery says I have an enthusiastic and everlasting drive to make sure my designs help women stand out as individuals and express their life’s enjoyments freely. The museum quality masterpieces I assemble are at the forefront of expressionism in the highest order. Every colorful creation is geared to attract attention while creating excitement for the wearer and for the admirer. The “Bigger than Life” passionate designs stem from my diverse background as an Art Historian, Gemologist, Jewelry Appraiser, Gem Cutter, and my typical love for living in the moment. My fashion forward original designs are intended to supersede most outdated thought processes, providing an outlet for expressionism, ultimately leading to heartfelt visual communication. The high impact wearable art I create transcends a powerful feeling of emotion while authenticating every single masterpiece as a premier jewelry design of tomorrow. Comfort, balance, and “Wide-Eyed Amazement” are the key ingredients I provide for each Extreme Design. The lack of using unsightly and annoying prong work allows my work to be repair free for decades to come and enables a higher degree of active wear without the discomfort of catching on fabrics. The fluid collaboration between the gemstones and metal enables a harmonious presence, thus validating the materials used were meant for one another. The extreme jewelry artist cares little about the initial purpose of the piece and is focused on the realization of what could be!

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