We are back! We are excepting a few commissions each month. We have a beautiful selection of jewelry from our inventory.
We retired from the retail store after 27 years to have more time to enjoy what we all work for. We took 6 months off and now are back to create a limited amount of pieces for our customers and shows. I will add more of our inventory to show and sell to our website as time permits. But feel free to e-mail me or call to ask about that piece you so desire. We will do a few select custom pieces. And a few select repairs as time allows.
Our debut of coming back was a 3 day show in September called OST “Open Studio Tour”. We showcased some of our brand new designs at this show and had great success.
I had 2 articles in magazines, ”August issues” that you can read and see my work. Go to www.latitude45mag.com click on Aug. issue and turn to pages 26-28 The 2nd magazine go to www.gogigharbor.com view current Aug. issue page34-37
I look forward to creating more work just not at the pace I was. We also have an extensive selection of semi precious and very rare precious stones. Faceted and non faceted.
Though times will change some things will stay the same, The quality of our work, the affordable price range and the professional attitude we will exhibit. If it says Kit on it, you know its handmade.
Since age 13 Kit Kuhn has been creating finished products in metal with determination, quality and interest. At this age he was also selling his work in stores and apprenticing. Since then he has won many awards. He has studied in Denver, Colorado (where he was born) then in California, Oregon and abroad in Stockholm, Sweden.
If you would like to know more about Kit’s history here is a little show.
Gilpin county Art show, 34th yr. 1979 1st place jewelry
Denver Public Library Show 1980 Scholarship Award
California College Arts & Crafts 1981 Honorary Award
United Bank Show 1980 Portfolio Winner
National Scholastic Magazine 1980
4 gold keys, 2 blue ribbons, honorable mention nationwide Various other awards and recognition 1980 to present