About Kit

I am NOT taking any jewelry work at this time as I am running for MAYOR of Gig Harbor.

I closed my store and retired in 2015. Part of my decision came because I want to give back to my community. I want to feel like I can make a difference. I am running for MAYOR because our city is out of control. Growth, traffic and rezoning of entire neighborhoods and acres of land is pushing our town beyond its limits. We need to bring the community voice back to government. I will keep you informed. Please visit www.4gigharbor.com

We retired 2 years ago from the retail store after 28 years. At a much better pace I am creating a limited amount of pieces for our customers as well as for shows. I will be adding more of our inventory to show and sell to our website. We also have a beautiful selection of jewelry from our inventory. But there is quite a lot already shown. Feel free to e-mail me or call to ask about that piece you so desire. 

We did a private show in Nov. and Dec. over the Harbor at a clubhouse. We have several new articles written about us, which can be found in Press Coverage link.

I look forward to creating more fine jewelry for you down the road when I get a grip on our town. 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.

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                                                            Various other awards and recognition 1980 to present