In Holly Dyment's colorfully maximalist world, a sense of humor is an absolute must-have accessory. Her former career as a top interior designer honed her fearless use of color, a passion that she deftly incorporates into signature handcrafted 18-karat gold, gemstone, and enameled pieces. Seemingly disparate inspirations of the saturated colors of India, the op-art swirls of designer Pucci duds, and the dark drama of the Victorian era come together to create a one-of-a-kind collection unlike any other in contemporary jewelry. Holly manufactures her pieces with a ninth-generation jewelry company in Jaipur, where she also sources her gemstones. She’s known for her enamelwork, depicting everything from portraits and skulls to flora and fauna. Her fascination with antique jewelry — charms, amulets, and “Victorian sentimentals” depicting the quaint superstitions and traditions of that time – serve as a constant source of inspiration, one that she translates into fine jewelry that walks the line between precious and precocious. Distinct, glamorous and charmingly off-beat, her jewelry is not for the fashion faint-of-heart – which is exactly what makes it so much fun.