Austin Jewelers is a company that’s been making jewelry since 2003, and the company is known for its designs that are inspired by the local culture and culture of Peruvian communities.
The company has made some very iconic pieces including the ‘Jolly Old Lady’ from the city of Lima and the ‘Candy’ from Mexico City, and also has a number of popular jewelry designs that have been made in-house.
The Austin Jewelries brand is based in Austin, Texas, and it has two locations in Austin and Dallas.
We caught up with CEO Brian Lutz and executive producer and co-founder Michael Ponce to find out more about the company and the designs they’re working on.
Austin Jeweleries is an Austin, TX-based jewelry designer that designs jewelry and accessories.
The brand was founded in 2003 by Austin resident Michael P.
His wife, Stephanie Lutz, is the CEO and cofounder of the company.
Michael and Stephanie Lutski have been working in the jewelry industry since 2006.
Stephanie Luttks new husband, Michael, is a jewelry designer.
Michael says that his company’s goal is to create products that are affordable, high-quality and beautiful.
We recently caught up to Michael and asked him about the inspiration behind his designs.
How did you come up with your designs?
Michael Pascual: Our vision is to make high-end jewelry for people that want to be fashionable.
We like to think that we can be unique and special in our jewelry design because it’s our way of saying, “We want to create something that is special and unique to our communities.”
Stephanie Lutks: We have a very specific vision in terms of the people that we want to design for, the kind of people we want them to be.
Michael P: That’s very interesting because a lot of people are going to be people that are going through something, but we want our customers to feel comfortable in our products.
Stephanie: Our goal is that we have to create beautiful and unique pieces for our customers.
We’re very comfortable with the way that our jewelry looks, the way our design language is structured and the way it’s done.
We also feel like we can take what’s already here and create a new piece for the next generation.
We want to make sure that people understand that we don’t need to be a celebrity or an icon to get our jewelry made.
We just want people to feel that our products are not just something that comes to us and we get to keep making them.
Michael: And that means that the quality of the pieces you create isn’t going to reflect the brand that you’re working for.
Stephanie : That’s what we’re trying to achieve.
We try to design pieces that are made in our own studio.
Our clients don’t have to be celebrities, but they should feel that we are.
That we have an ownership in the pieces that we create.
That’s the goal.
It’s our job to make that happen.
And we have a reputation for being very affordable.
We have pieces that have cost us less than $10 and even less than that.
Thats what we like to do.
It can also be expensive for people who are working for an established brand.
That can also make a difference in the end.
Michael is the co-creator of ‘Jelly’, a Peruvian inspired necklace inspired by a local Peruvian woman.
In fact, he made the necklace himself for the ‘The Jelly Dance’.
I love that necklace, it’s beautiful and it is a Peruvian thing.
Stephanie says that she and Michael were inspired to create this necklace when they saw the Peruvian women in a Perú street that had a special dance that was performed with sticks and twigs.
Michael said that they chose the name of the necklace after a Peru woman, who would also be the namesake of ‘The Jelly Dance’.
The necklace is made of soft Peruvian cotton yarn and a woven cord that has a design on the inside that is inspired by Peruvian culture.
We wanted to create a necklace that was very easy to wear and was very unique and very beautiful.
The necklace was inspired by an event that happened in a small town in the Perú city of Pucallpa where a group of Peruvians were dancing and singing.
The Peruvias were in the middle of a cultural exchange between the Peruvia and the Pucallo tribes.
Stephanie and Michael wanted to make something that would be more than just a necklace, but something that could also symbolize that.
I love the Peru tradition of the ‘Mesquita’ dance and the song that they would sing.
The song was about the power of dancing and the beauty of Perú, so that was something that we were very influenced by.
We really wanted to represent this Peruvian tradition of dance,