GEOFFREY GOOD discovered his passion for jewelry in college after designing a pair of earrings for his girlfriend out of glass-scrap materials. After earning a degree in jewelry design at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York, Geoffrey apprenticed with master jeweler Klaus Wisskirchen, assisting in the creation of jewelry for prestigious firms, including Cartier© and Christie’s©. Opening his studio at the turn of the millennium, Geoffrey began implementing exotic woods and uncommon, natural gemstones into his collections. Influenced by his personal travel, his pieces took on the form of African, European, and Far-Eastern decorative arts and style. "I like to see evidence that things have come from the earth," says Geoffrey, a native Virginian. "There’s a fine line between rough and refined, and I’m always trying to straddle that line." Profiled in The New York Times and working with the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Geoffrey has created pieces for both the Grammy and Academy Awards, fashion designers Alexander Wang and Vena Cava, and L’Oreal’s advertising campaign featuring Beyoncé Knowles.
Faceted Rutilated Quartz Necklace with a beautiful pendant handcrafted in graphite-finished sterling silver and matte 18k yellow gold on a graphite-finished sterling silver chain.
Inverted Hedra Earrings in 18k yellow gold with rose-cut diamonds and inverted Siberian green jade.
Zanzibar Ring in oxidized sterling silver with a marquise-shaped phantom quartz.