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SFMOMA's Jewelry Trunk Show Is Back for Its 10th Year and Is More Spectacular Than Ever

Local, National and International Jewelry and Accessory Designers Gather at SFMOMA for Two-Day Event April 27–28, 2019

Released: April 03, 2019 · Download (298 KB PDF)


On Saturday, April 27 and Sunday, April 28, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) Museum Store Jewelry Trunk Show returns for its 10th year with an impressive array of artful offerings. Meet the 24 participating local, national and international designers, and discover dazzling new accessories to add to your collection. Designers will unveil their collections and innovative pieces not yet available at the Museum Store. Entry to the Trunk Show is free with museum admission. For more information, visit museumstore.sfmoma.org.

Kent Stetson Frida clutch; photo: courtesy the designer

Participating Designers:

Anna Monet / San Francisco / wild horsehair jewelry

Charles Galatis, Mimbres / Berkeley / textiles

Kate Joseph, Clouds and Ladders / Forestville / polymer clay jewelry

Colleen Mauer / San Francisco / metal jewelry

Erica Rosenfeld / Brooklyn / glass and acrylic jewelry

Cecilia Díaz and Andrea Segorvia, Fibra / Guatemala / handbags from recycled plastic bags

Heather Guidero / Providence / semi-precious stone and metal jewelry

Julie Cohn / Dallas / bronze jewelry

Karina Iskin and Gabriela Iskin, Iskin Sisters / Argentina / leather, suede and acrylic jewelry

Kent Stetson / Rhode Island / art-inspired clutches

Marja Germans Gard, MGG Studio / Oakland / metal jewelry

Michele Mockiuti / Los Angeles / metal jewelry

Mira Blackman / Oakland / textiles

Misty Pedelaborde, Beijo Brasil / Sonoma / metal jewelry

Owen McInerney / San Francisco / semi-precious stone and metal jewelry

Philippa Roberts / Oakland / semi-precious stone and metal jewelry

Ravit Kaplan / San Francisco / metal jewelry

Reiko Ishiyama / New York / metal jewelry

Fernanda Sibilia, Sibilia / Argentina / metal jewelry

Sonja Fries / Brooklyn / semi-precious stone and metal jewelry

Tania Skevos / Berkeley / beaded jewelry

Tara Brown, Mind’s Eye Design / Sonoma / metal jewelry

Agnes Ysselstein, Vssel / Santa Cruz / leather bags

Yen-Ting Cho, YENTING CHO / London / textiles

Tara Brown (Mind’s Eye Design) metal earrings: photos: courtesy the designer


Saturday and Sunday, April 27–April 28, 2019
10 a.m.–4 p.m.


Gina and Stuart Peterson White Box, Floor 4
SFMOMA, 151 Third St, San Francisco, CA

Yen-Ting Cho (YENTING CHO) scarves; photo: courtesy the designer