For over nine years, Peggy has been creating designer handmade jewelry that has caught the attention of TV's Private Practice, Grey's Anatomy, Without a Trace, Buffy, the Vampire Slayer, and publications such as Oprah Magazine and Lucky. A stark contrast to her beginnings as a Chemical Engineering major at UC Berkeley, Peggy's handmade jewelry design began with inspiration from the artisans on Berkeley's famous Telegraph Avenue.
"I enjoy designing jewelry, making things that help women feel beautiful. When women feel beautiful, they feel powerful and have more confidence."
Peggy's jewelry designs are deceptively simple, featuring artisan craftsmanship mixed with contemporary approaches to contrast, color, texture and composition. She uses beads, gemstones, vintage findings, charms and chain in her work and tries whenever possible to source from US-based manufacturers. Her metals are 14k gold-filled, gold plated silver, sterling silver, fine silver, Bali silver and real karat gold.