Meet Richard and see his jewelry
at these great shows.

Dec
9
Sat
Richard Lindsay Trunk Show @ Rabbit Brush Gallery
Dec 9 @ 10:00 am – Dec 10 @ 3:00 pm
Richard Lindsay Trunk Show @ Rabbit Brush Gallery

Each year Richard brings his collection of distinctive jewelry to Rabbit Brush Gallery in Hygiene, Colorado.

Join Richard at Rabbit Brush Gallery Saturday, December 9th from 10am – 5pm and Sunday, December 10th from 10am – 3pm.

Richard’s medium is handcrafted jewelry using sterling silver, 14k and 18k gold with precious and semi-precious stones that are mounted or bezel-set in my original designs. I also introduce other unusual metals into the work, including copper, brass, steel and mokume gane. The techniques and processes I use include: forging, metal printing, appliqué, casting, engraving, soldering, pierce sawing, buffing, filing, riveting, bezel and prong setting. My work is very direct and eclectic with a minimalist perspective. However, I also create with an eye on contemporary fashion and style. Primarily, I design for women generally concentrating on earrings, necklaces, pins, bracelets and belts. Most of the work is one-of-a-kind however I make subsequent variations if a design proves to be popular. The jewelry is all produced by hand. I do all of the design work and original creation. My work has an American style with a sensibility for high fashion and elegance.

Dec
15
Fri
Richard Lindsay Trunk Show @ Santa Fe Trail Jewelry
Dec 15 @ 10:00 am – Dec 17 @ 4:00 pm
Richard Lindsay Trunk Show @ Santa Fe Trail Jewelry

Each year Richard brings his collection of distinctive jewelry to Santa Fe Trail Jewelry in Monument, Colorado.

Join Richard at Santa Fe Trail Jewelry Friday, December 15th from 10am – 5pm, Saturday, December 16th from 10am – 5pm and Sunday, December 17th from 11am – 4pm.

Richard’s medium is handcrafted jewelry using sterling silver, 14k and 18k gold with precious and semi-precious stones that are mounted or bezel-set in my original designs. I also introduce other unusual metals into the work, including copper, brass, steel and mokume gane. The techniques and processes I use include: forging, metal printing, appliqué, casting, engraving, soldering, pierce sawing, buffing, filing, riveting, bezel and prong setting. My work is very direct and eclectic with a minimalist perspective. However, I also create with an eye on contemporary fashion and style. Primarily, I design for women generally concentrating on earrings, necklaces, pins, bracelets and belts. Most of the work is one-of-a-kind however I make subsequent variations if a design proves to be popular. The jewelry is all produced by hand. I do all of the design work and original creation. My work has an American style with a sensibility for high fashion and elegance.