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By rooting her contemporary design aesthetic in the soul of the ancient world, Heidi Kingman's jewelry designs echo the interconnectedness with those that came before us, those we walk alongside, and those that will come long after. Her collections reflect upon the different paths and points of our journeys.

Using fine metals and select natural gemstones, Heidi maintains the integrity of the human touch by using time-honored hand-fabrication goldsmithing techniques. She creates each piece herself in her Utah-based studio.

Heidi Kingman earned the nickname “George” — as in Curious George — as a kid because she was constantly asking questions. She never outgrew that drive to explore or challenge herself in every facet of her life.

Heidi’s college studies stretched through art and philosophy, to science and law. Today Heidi is an attorney by trade, but still an artist by passion.

Introduced to the world of jewelry design, she fell in love with the tactile properties of metal and curiosities of natural gemstones. She immersed herself in books, workshops and industry forums. Encouraged by hugely talented mentors, she found herself drawn to the hand-fabricated traditions that stretch back across ages of art and culture to the earliest roots of human creativity. She strives to bring that ancient spark forward and breathe it into her fresh contemporary designs.

Where to Buy

Work is not available for sale through the SNAG website. Please contact the artist directly to inquire about making a purchase.