Dillon Rose's unique jewelry is inspired by Mother Nature

Clockwise from top left: Petersite and black diamond ring, $2,750; sterling silver and 14-karat gold mountain cuff, $525; sterling silver sun earrings, $125; sterling silver, koroit opal and Australian opal mountain-top necklace, $2,500; and 14-karat gold, opal and diamond ring, $975; all from Dillon Rose, 1229 Charles Page Blvd.


Local jewelry artist and metalsmith Rachel Rose Dazey and her husband, Seth Dillon Dazey, founded Dillon Rose in 2015. Together they build heirloom jewelry, custom bridal and engagement rings, and offer metalsmithing classes allowing clients to create a custom piece of jewelry with no experience necessary.

For more information, visit dillonrose.net.


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