Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Queen Baby

Crowned Heart Pendant & Fleur-de-lis Chain
The iconic crowned heart pendant hangs from a fleur-de-lis chain.
• Sterling silver.
• Lobster clasp.
• 16"L.
• Made in the USA.
Queen Baby by King Baby Studio
Crowned Heart Pendant & Fleur-de-lis Chain
Price: $490.00

Crowned Heart Earrings
Sterling silver. Crowned heart drops with fleur-de-lis and gothic cross chain accents. Pierced backs. 2 1/2"H X 3/8"W. Made in USA.
Queen Baby
Crowned Heart Earrings
Price: $190.00

About Queen Baby:
Queen Baby is the women’s line of King Baby chunky jewelry.
King Baby Studio & Queen Baby Jewelry and Accessories: In the 1970’s, when Mitchell Binder, designer and owner of King Baby Studio jewelry was a teenager, he and his mother moved from Jackson, Mississippi to Los Angeles. It was when music reflected a new spirit of idealism, and new found freedoms.

At 15, Mitchell became a jeweler’s apprentice and shortly thereafter began designing on his own. With his trademark charismatic personality, he soon made the right contacts and quickly became the ‘go-to jeweler’ for both Hollywood and rock stars. The biker crowd soon caught on, requesting personalized jewelry and buckles. Being an avid biker himself, Mitchell has always considered the origin of King Baby Studio jewelry “half rock & roll and half outlaw biker.”

Designing with men in mind, he soon realized many women were buying for themselves. In 2007, King Baby Studio officially launched Queen Baby jewelry for women, with extraordinary success.

The Santa Monica-based King Baby Studio offers handcrafted jewelry and accessory pieces that unite chunky sterling silver with precious stones and leather. Mitchell’s creations are bold and substantial, featuring edgy motifs such as skulls and daggers for the King Baby jewelry and accessories line, and slightly scaled-down feminine motifs such as roses and crowned hearts for the Queen Baby’s out there. Many King Baby and Queen Baby jewelry and accessory styles span both collections appealing to that ever-expanding “chosen few."