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2431 Fillmore Street
San Francisco, CA, 94115
United States


Jennifer Tuton San Francisco jewelry designer. Handmade jewelry. Semi-precious gem stones. Fine jewelry. Fashion jewelry. Initial Necklaces.


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"Push presents": A new lingo in Jewelry

Jennifer Tuton

The gift of a new born and the journey every mother-to-be goes through is now being recognized by the world.  Retailers call it a "push" present.  Say what?  Yes - mom's are receiving gratitude by their mates, for carrying their babies (not only verbally, but in a material way).  My Diamond Initial Necklaces have risen to the occasion.  Not only a thoughtful gift, but a keepsake, and a daily reminder of the blessings of a brand new, sweet smelling, angelic new born.  Also are my goldfill and sterling Initial Necklaces, especially for mom's with multiple kids, as they can keep adding initials of their offspring (and a tad more affordable).  Both options are a great daily wear, stylish, and special.  

Looking for multiple initials or something custom? Email me!

One for the guys: Jewelry to make her say YES

Jennifer Tuton

You're in love.  Luckily enough, she loves you back.  You've gone from candle lit dinners, to pizza in front of the TV and Wednesday laundry nights.  You're comfortable in your relationship, but you want her to know you adore her, appreciate her, and think she's amazing.  How about gifting her something she isn't expecting?  My FINE line has just the ticket.  Stunning, one of a kind rings (and earrings), with gemstones and diamonds (without being THE diamond).  Women love REAL jewelry.  And often it's the one thing they won't necessarily purchase for themselves -- because they're waiting for you to do it.  It's not glib, it's delightful.  A woman that receives an 18K gold gemstone piece of jewelry will forever remember the fella who gifted it to her.  And hey, what else is possible then?