The Bubbles collection is a timeless design theme that complements all types of metals and gemstones. It is one of my most elegant lines because of it's simplistic nature.
New York, NY (PRWEB) January 23, 2014
With Valentine’s Day around the corner, the impulse to find a meaningful, yet stylish gift, is on the minds of many. California native and Charlottesville-based Jason McLeod beautifully fuses his passion for contemporary design with metalwork in Bubbles, a refreshing new jewelry collection.
Created with both men and women in mind, Bubbles is geometrically striking and appealing. Rings, pendants, cuffs and earrings are available in sterling silver or 14K gold, and can be customized to include pearl or diamond accents. The perfect “his and her” accessory this Valentine’s, couples can discreetly wear a pair of matching Bubble collection rings or pendants, creating sentimental connection.
With an appreciation for simple, clean lines, McLeod is known for his unique customization process, which includes “think outside the box” ways to personalize jewelry, such as inscribing star maps, mathematical formulas and symbols in place of words. The perception of bubbles rising in liquid is a captivating one, which McLeod envisioned as the source of inspiration for his new line.
Jason McLeod says, “The Bubbles collection is a timeless design theme that complements all types of metals and gemstones. It is one of my most elegant lines because of it's simplistic nature. It is not overly designed so the Bubbles collection can be worn in both casual and formal situations.”
Perfectly timed for the Valentine’s holiday, the collection is now available online at http://www.jasonmcleod.com. For inquiries regarding this release or custom pieces of jewelry, contact info(at)jasonmcleod(dot)com.
About Jason McLeod: An Alaskan native studio goldsmith working in 14K and 18K gold, sterling silver, platinum, and high quality gemstones, Jason McLeod specializes in one-of-a-kind custom jewelry within limited edition collections. He began his craft while living in California. Currently based out of Charlottesville, Virginia, his work has been featured nationally in the press and online.