TeeceTorre: Creating a Jewelry Icon | Your money


NEW YORK, June 20, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — “This necklace looks so delicate, the color is so soft and feminine, and the coral feels great against your skin. But take a closer look at the end of her thread work and you see she slips the wire into a flexible casing, this casing wraps around a ring that has been soldered closed, then she uses a crimp to secure everything in. The wire won’t wear out from rubbing, the ring will not split and the crimp will not come undone This necklace looks so delicate and feminine and yet it is constructed like a tank What a masterful piece of craftsmanship – Elizabeth C. one of over 700 5-star Esty reviews for TeeceTorre, a New York custom jewelry designer that has slowly grown a loyal and vocal following since 2014.

It all started when Teece (a combination of Patricia Caruso’s nickname and her grandmother’s maiden name) didn’t have a birthday present for a good friend. Creating a multi-strand gemstone bracelet was something she always wanted to do, so Patricia surprised her friend with her first handmade bracelet. It was a hit at the birthday party and soon she was getting requests from other friends. And so TeeceTorre Jewelry was born, with the Etsy shop up and running in no time. And came TeeceTorre.com a few years later, showcasing Patricia’s original designs, repurposed vintage jewelry and curated vintage pieces, with enthralled customers expanding globally.

What makes her shop unique is her continuous search for unusual gemstones, original designs and vintage jewelry. Its color combinations and surprising use of vintage objects delight the most ardent collectors. Her attention to detail is second to none and she can create custom pieces from a photograph or sketch. She is hands-on and maintains a personal relationship with her clients, offering suggestions, finding rare items, and incorporating their taste and style into the finished product.

Its multi-row gemstone bracelets feature high-quality gemstones and unique color combinations, with sterling silver, gold-filled, or 14k gold pieces. Always on the lookout for an unusual gemstone to incorporate into her designs or an unlikely color combination for one of her pieces, Patricia is constantly creating new bracelet designs for her customers to enjoy.

She has an eye for vintage jewelry, especially pre-1948 Taxco silver from well-known mid-20th century Taxco craftsmen. But his real ingenuity lies in repurposing vintage pieces to give them new life and purpose. Using primarily 800 silver, sterling and gold brooches, Patricia creates unique necklaces and bracelets with precious and semi-precious stones. She collects vintage pieces from Theodor Fahrner, Fratelli Peruzzi, William Kerr, Birks of London and Knoll & Pregizer and transforms these Victorian, Edwardian, Art Deco and Art Nouveau items into highly wearable and updated jewelry.

With her nose pressed against glass at the British Museum or the Museum of Natural History in New York, ogling gemstones and staring at ancient ornaments, Patricia draws inspiration from Roman, Etruscan and other ancient art from long-lost civilizations. and more recent. Belle Epoque, Art Deco and Art Nouveau periods. If she’s not in her studio, you might find her riding somewhere in the forests and hills, gazing at the sky while dreaming up remarkable and sparkling new creations.

Press contact: Farbod@Teecetorre.com

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Image 1: The CassandraA repurposed 1970s pavé diamond necklace with ombré ruby ​​gemstones.

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