Jewelry Set in Stone located downtown Chelsea received an Honorable Mention award for their custom designed Petoskey Stone inspired wedding set in the 2018 MJSA Vision Awards, Professional Design Excellence category (1-3 years in Business).
MJSA (Manufacturing Jewelers & Suppliers of America) is a national trade alliance dedicated to professional excellence in jewelry making and design. Every year, MJSA celebrates outstanding talent in the field of jewelry design with the MJSA Vision Awards.
Designer and owner of Jewelry Set in Stone, Stephen Kolokithas, entered his Petoskey Stone inspired custom wedding set. Jewelry Set In Stone specializes in custom wedding and engagement rings and wanted to feature something that was unique to Michigan. Taking the time to admire the beauty nature provided, Kolokithas said he thought it would be perfect to bring that texture into a fashionable bride and groom wedding set.
The custom wedding set is created using rose gold and oxidized argentium silver. These rings were made using both the lost wax casting process and hand engraving. “It is a great honor to be featured with some of the amazing talent in the jewelry industry.’”
Along with the award winning wedding set, at Set In Stone they create custom pendants and earrings featuring the unique texture into one of a kind jewelry. Hours are Mondays 10-4 Thursdays 2-7 and Fridays 10-4 or by appointment at 734-353-0703. Stop in to see the unique custom jewelry and chat with Stephen to see how he can help make your jewelry ideas in to a reality.
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“Open to all independent or company-employed designers, the Professional Design Excellence Category celebrates work that exemplifies the best of contemporary jewelry design. The winners show a thorough grounding in the tradition of fine design, along with an eagerness for experimentation and innovation. By meeting the highest standards of craftsmanship and creativity, these designs truly deserve their award-winning status.” Information from mjsa.org/eventsprograms – visit for a full list of winners.