About Kit

 Kit & Kathy Are Retiring Dec. 23rd. after 27 yrs. from our store. Last weekend before Christmas come celebrate with us if you have jewelry pieces from our store.

We will be open some late nights in December for our customers. We will have hor devours.

Sat Dec. 6th  See us do Lost Wax Casting at 6pm sharp.  Open till 7:30pm

Thurs. Dec. 11th  Watch us Forge Sterling Bracelets. Open till 8pm

Sat. Dec. 13th Boat Parade. Watch us do Lost Wax Casting at 7pm  Open till 8pm.

Dec. 20th & 21st  we will have Hor devours and libations all day, both days  for our customers that have pieces from our store.  This is to say, thank-you to all our customers. Come share our joy.  We will be open our normal hours of Thurs- Sat 9am-5:30pm. Open everyday from Dec. 18th – 23rd.

After Dec. 23rd we will still have our website. It will have our beautiful pieces and as time pemits I will add more of our inventory to show and sell.  Then later after some well deserved break do a few select custom pieces. But we will be doing no more repairs.

Kit Kuhn’s store/shop has a wide variety of unique jewelry, mostly one of a kind or pieces we have hand selected. But most of our store has pieces that are made by us. One third of our work is wedding sets. We have a wide selection of gold and silver. You will find a large selection of colored stones, gems, and diamonds to choose from. 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.

All of his work is hand fabricated, individually made and numbered. Kit Kuhn is quoted as saying “Though times will change, some things will remain the same: the quality of my work, the professional attitude I will exhibit and the affordable price range. If it says Kit on it you know it’s handmade.”

Awards

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