Nathan Levy was a third generation master goldsmith from Yemen. He developed his line of exquisite Byzantine inspired jewelry using 18kt gold, platinum, diamonds, emeralds, rubies and sapphires. It’s completely hand fabricated incorporating compressed metal, and hand drawn wire. One interesting and unique part of his rings is that there is never a half a coil, no matter what finger size.
Eddie Burrowes met Nathan Levy in 1990, and started making components for his jewelry. This continued until his death approximately 10 years ago. It was then that Eddie decided to keep his legacy alive and take over manufacturing and expanding on his ideas. He also has improved the fabrication of the pieces by using a laser to weld together the components versus traditional solder.
Eddie was born in Jamaica. In 1986 Eddie started working as an apprentice in the Diamond District while attending the Fashion Institute of Technology. He completed his apprenticeship to become a master goldsmith by working with British and German master goldsmiths.