BAM’s Indulge Jewelry Marketplace

This weekend: Bellevue museuem hosts second annual marketplace of art for your neck. And fingers. And wrists.

By Sarah Hirsch February 3, 2011


After the success of last year’s premier the Bellevue Arts Museum is hosting what they’re calling the second annual Indulge Jewelry Marketplace.

From Friday, February 4 through Sunday, February 6 you can expect 25 North American art jewelry designers showing off their sometimes delicate, sometimes intimidating, but always interesting, one of a kind collections.

Returning favorites Sarah Loertscher reminds us of an extreme version of Frank Gehry for Tiffany, while Lemon Park goes for broke with multiple strands of monochromatic stones and baubles.

Locals like Nicole Richardson and her line Nico Rich split the difference, offering artful arrangements of gems for everyday wear.

Should be worth the $10 entrance fee – even if you’re just a lookie-loo. See the slideshow here for a preview.

Tickets for the preview launch party, entry to the marketplace, and an entry option that includes a bonus trip through the museum’s current exhibits (in which case you’d really be a lookie-loo) can all be purchased via Bellevue Arts Museum.

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