Jessica Seaton

Los Angeles based designer Jessica Seaton‘s collection is entirely hand sculpted and casted using the ancient method of lost wax. She told me her hands are always dirty from working with metals, staining wood, and dying fabrics, which explains the dip dyed fingers in her latest bohemian-inspired lookbook. I’m desperately needing the oversized naja ring!

(available for purchase by contacting Jessica)

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  1. EmerJa wrote:

    Amazing jewellery!!

    http://www.emerjadesign.com

    11.7.12
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  2. amazing jewelry!! and love the pics! xo, Alma
    http://www.soulofashopper.com

    11.7.12
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  3. angelessya wrote:

    Those pictures are amazing!… I really like the jewelry specially the rings 😉
    http://fashionamimanera.blogspot.com/

    11.7.12
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  4. Stella wrote:

    Nice and fantastic jewellery. Thanks for sharing

    11.7.12
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  5. Love it!
    Miami in http://cravingforbarneys.com

    11.7.12
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  6. Andrea wrote:

    These pictures are amazing and the jewelry is beautiful!
    xo Andrea
    Wonderful and Marvelous

    11.7.12
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  7. amazing pictures, i like the second one!! nice jewellery

    http://www.thestelstyle.com

    11.7.12
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  8. slightly weird styling but i like the idea behind…
    the rings are awesome!

    xoxo
    agnes

    http://iiiinspired.blogspot.com/
    http://agnesszucs.blogspot.com/

    11.7.12
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  9. Malak wrote:

    beautiful pictures, amazing jewelry. Love it.
    http://afterbusiness.blogspot.com

    11.7.12
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  10. Gabriela wrote:

    is it me or is she wearing an antique edwardian camisole in the first, third, and seventh pictures?

    pourlavictoire.blogspot.com

    11.7.12
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  11. Jaeger wrote:
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  12. LOVE the dipped fingers – it’s an old Arabic / muslim tradition to wear henna like that.
    It’s really popular among young muslim girls.
    see it @ my blog http://tanyesha.blogspot.com

    love the jewelry:)

    11.7.12
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  13. Judy wrote:

    These pieces are amazing, like straight out of a fairy tale or fantasy film. I’m in love!

    11.7.12
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  14. Liz wrote:

    amazing pictures! and the jewelry is amazing also!

    http://lavieenliz.com

    11.7.12
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  15. Fabulous jewelries!! I love the oversized ring as well!!

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  16. gorgeous jewelry!

    Bises,
    monkeyshihes
    http://monkeyshines-monkeyshines.blogspot.com/

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  17. seriously jaw dropping. LOVE.

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  18. Nadja wrote:

    these are just wonderful, adorable! love it!

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  19. Nadja wrote:

    I can’t find the prices 🙁

    http://www.violetfleur.com

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  20. Sara wrote:

    Me encantannnnnn!!!!

    11.7.12
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  21. Jenn wrote:

    Gorgeous and otherworldy! I love the ring with the white/transparent stone wrapped in a golden claw (at least that what is appears to be). So lovely.

    11.7.12
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  22. Ashleigh wrote:

    I want her ombre hair and the gold cuffs!
    -Ash

    11.7.12
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  23. rachael wrote:

    that’s a cool idea with the dip dyed fingers..it really represents what it means to work with your hands.

    11.7.12
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  24. I couldn’t concentrate on the jewelry, I found the dip-dyed fingers way more fascinating!
    http://www.etsy.com/shop/kimonoxl

    11.8.12
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  25. Betsy wrote:

    The dip-dyed fingers were an excellent idea!

    http://www.suspironews.blogspot.com

    11.9.12
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  26. Sharon wrote:

    the artist is so talented and beautiful! I know and love her!

    11.10.12
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  27. vanessa wrote:

    I have a few of Jessica’s pieces from her old Venice store {beau + aero}. So good to see her getting some much deserved recognition!

    11.21.12
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  28. michelle wrote:

    so beautiful

    4.28.13
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  29. Chad wrote:

    I love her style BUT… after having her make me a custom engagement ring I would NOT RECOMMEND using her. She completely ruined my whole engagement process. We agreed on timelines and then I made plans and even gave an extra week just in case and I never got the ring. I did’nt hear from her until the day of my proposal. I had friends fly in from California and Australia to be there (im in kansas city) and I had heard nothing from her wether it was going to be there or not. The day of I got an email saying it wasn’t going to be there in time and that it’d show the next day. Well, It never showed. I then was supposed to get it while on vacation in Maui for the next 2 weeks and never got it. It’s been 3 weeks past the day she said I would have it and I have had no explanation as to why it came so late. check out my experience at jessicaseatondesigns.com.

    10.15.14
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  30. kelsea wrote:

    this reeks of cultural appropriation. why can’t you people just be original, and not exploit other cultures for your fashion shit?

    4.14.15
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  31. Sharon wrote:

    I’m sure there was a good reason for the issues Chad experienced. I personally have had a very good or exceptional experience. Thank you Jessica

    5.18.16
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