Whether its head-turning elegant earrings, knockout cuffs, or mega watt finger baubles, one thing's for sure
Joseph Williams jewelry always gets.......the WOW! factor
A native of New York City , Joseph Williams relocated to Dallas several years ago to be closer to his mother in Texas. Having been laid off after a brief period working as a travel agent , Joseph decided to utilize unemployment funds to try his hand at creating fine merchandise. Thus began his design career. After success with a handmade greeting card line for Henri Bendel N.Y., novelty paper goods were soon replaced with the birth of jeweled hair pieces and soft fashion-accessories which were sold for several seasons through Neimans, Fred Segal L.A., Jeffery N.Y. and Bergdorf Goodman. Williams is also quite known for his unique gemstone -clustered napkin rings which various elegant living magazines including Food & Wine, Bon Appetit', and "O" have dubbed "table jewelry".
Josephs latest endeavor is........fine jewelry, for which he is most passionate. Having no formal training whatsoever in art/design or the jewelry trade, Williams has a knack for delivering artistically modern pieces crafted in 18karat gold that always offer a certain "flow" of form. He also enjoys juxtaposing and mixing collections. It would not be uncommon for a classic emerald cascade necklace to dance in the same show as a masterful 100 carat citrine and diamond cocktail flower ring. From Cleopatra Egyptian-style to clean smooth purism, one of Williams specialties is fantastic cuffs to die for. Each gold piece always has an interesting texture or his silky and luxurious signature "frost" finish.
In addition to commercials, Devil Wears Prada movie, and the upcoming Sex &The City film, It is no wonder that style icons Oprah, Lindsay Lohan, Diane Sawyer, Beyonce, J.Lo' and others admire and wear the results of Josephs natural talents.
Personality is key. " There is nothing more fun and exciting for me than meeting clients and women who simply love jewelry. Being able to personally convey your inspiration for things you do evoke the true passion of an artist. All of my clientele know that I am always very approachable and personable. My motto: People first....things second."