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Total products in Strellman Jewelry: 35
Dick Strellman's jewelry is dramatic, bright, crisp and colorful gemstones designed and set in either white or yellow gold and just recenly, sterling silver. Strellman's jewelry is a family business by a team of master goldsmiths and jewelry designers dedicated to a tradition of quality begun in 1948.
Dick Strellman founded Strellman's jewelry after years of selling lighthouse lens cut stones to local jewelers in Ashland, Oregon. He is best known as the designer - inventor of the lighthouse lens cut. This cut is based on the reflective qualities of the Parisian Fresnel lens, still found in coastal lighthouses today. The brilliance of stones cut in this fashion is amazing. This cut allows the stone to capture and redirect light with unmatched vibrancy.
We learned of the Strellman Family Jewelers when Dick Strellman's grandson dropped into Stowe Craft Gallery while vacationing in Stowe a few years back.
Lighthouse Lens CutHe loved our gallery, we loved his jewelry and we have been representing Strellman Jewelry Lighthouse lens cut rings, earrings and necklaces ever since. The cuts of the stones do vary, but the Lighthouse Lens Cut is certainly the most loved here at Stowe Craft Gallery. Dick uses natural and Swiss laboratory grown stones which allows you the widest range of brilliant colors. Laboratory grown stones are actually harder than their nature grown counterparts and come to you with a warranty. The amazing cut and dramatic settings, coupled with the wide variety of stone options makes every piece of Strellmans jewelry an outstanding statement for any occasion or recipient.
How to Select colored Gemstones
The first thing to remember when looking for colored stones is to select them from a reputable jewelry store. One of the nice things about the Strellman family of jewelers is the warranty their stones and have been in business since 1948. So they were well established when Stowe Craft began in the late 60s.