Dana Kellin: An Intricate History

Meet Dana Kellin and Elizabeth Kellin, sisters and partners behind Dana Kellin Jewelry and Dana Kellin Fine. A labor of love from the very beginning, Dana and Elizabeth have been creating intricate, hand-woven jewelry for over 25 years. Learn more about the studio’s history and how each design is brought to life in the video below, and read on for a peek at some of our favorites from the collection.

Dana Kellin has been a staple at NEWTWIST for over a decade, and their unique and intricate wire wrapping technique continues to amaze and inspire us.

Kite Fringe Earrings in 14k yellow gold, oxidized silver, and black diamonds by jewelry designer Dana Kellin

The most fun you’ll ever have in a pair of earrings! We love how these long strands of gold and oxidized silver, interspersed with twinkling black diamonds, create a flirty, flapper-inspired look.

Gold bars necklace in 14k yellow gold by jewelry designer Dana Kellin

Wire-wrapped gold bars add a fun, textural element to this gold layering necklace. We love it paired with a simple diamond briolette and a longer necklace like a locket from Monica Rich Kosann to balance out the look.

Oval woven earrings in 14k yellow gold and diamonds by jewelry designer Dana Kellin

Caught within Dana Kellin’s signature intricate gold weaving are two shields of darkened silver and pavé diamonds. The ultimate eye-catching and versatile statement earrings.

Dana Kellin fine jewelry in 14k yellow gold, black diamonds, and oxidized silver by jewelry designer Dana Kellin

Explore more from Dana Kellin Fine, where each and every piece is a labor of love, here.


Video courtesy of Dana Kellin Fine Jewelry. Photos by Laura Barton.

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