I see my ideal client as someone who knows what she likes and is very confident in her personal style
Menlo Park, Calif. (PRWEB) April 15, 2009
Delamina, the new fine jewelry site that speaks directly to women, is now showcasing the versatile, cutting edge designs of David Heston.
"Delamina is a great site and I am proud to be a part of such an amazing group of artists," stated Heston. "I really like the whole feel and personality behind the site, and how it creates an interactive, fun environment that keeps people coming back to learn more about the latest styles and trends."
David draws much of his inspiration for his designs from both classical and modern art forms. As a former sculptor, he is fascinated with the endless possibilities of shapes and forms, and how they can be manipulated to create new designs that flow and move with balance. His original works are a daring mix of sterling silver, 18k gold, rubber, diamonds and colored stones which transition from casual to formal wear with ease.
"I see my ideal client as someone who knows what she likes and is very confident in her personal style," commented Heston. "She appreciates good jewelry design and feels good about wearing my pieces."
Delamina features an initial set of 20 jewelry designers with approximately one-thousand pieces ranging in price from $200 to $300,000. They are currently actively seeking hot new designers who meet the highest quality standards.
David Heston is based in San Francisco. To learn more about him and to see his designs, go to: http://www.delamina.com/designers/Heston-Designs/index.html
Delamina is a new jewelry and fashion web site designed specifically for women to shop and play in an environment with direct access to top designers and information about the latest trends. Delamina was created with 3 things in mind: to be interesting and relevant for women, to validate and guarantee purchases, and to provide information on jewelry fashion, style and trends. Delamina was founded by Stephen Silver of S.H. Silver Co. Estate and Fine Jewelry in Menlo Park, CA which he founded in 1980 and Cheryl Black, a very female marketing and technology executive.
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