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Founded in 2003 by Kathy and Rick Rose (originally as Kaviar and Kind), Roseark is the premier destination for unabashedly unique jewelry pieces, whether you’re looking for something delicate and unusual like Kathy Rose’s own snake bangles or something bolder like Amy Gregg’s bejeweled earrings. Each piece available at Roseark is hand-selected by the owners. Here the unconventional—tempered with deference to timeless classics—is celebrated. The directional aesthetic of the inventory pushes new trends long before mass markets catch on. Yet, each piece feels like a modern heirloom. Celebs are fans too, with stars like Rihanna and Lindsay Lohan putting Roseark’s sideways cross (available on necklaces, rings and bracelets) on the pop culture map. Brands like Tura Sugden, Smith + Mara, Hanut Singh and Carmen Diaz Jewelry are among the varying vibes—from bold, geometric gold pieces to intricately jeweled. Prices range as well; items like the house label’s Intention Bracelets (yellow or rose gold chain on black cord) start at $15, while inventory can top out over $20,000 with Karma El-Khalil’s Tall T Cuff.
1111 N Crescent Heights Blvd
|Opening hours:||Mon-Fri 11am-6pm|
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