Spanish Influences

  • Influenced by the Spanish Silversmiths that came to the "New World" in the 1500's as well as the native artisans.
  • All items are sterling silver and/or 14k gold.
  • Unique textured surface styling using ancient and proprietary technology.
  • Some items have "Primal Diamonds" embedded.
  • Highest quality turquoise stones used.
  • Celebration of Santa Fe 400 year anniversary in some pieces, others celebrate New Mexico's 100th anniversary.
  • These items are especially beautiful paired with leather or denim. 
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Santa Fe is the oldest capital city in North America and the oldest European community west of the Mississippi. While Santa Fe was inhabited on a very small scale in 1607, it was truly settled by the conquistador Don Pedro de Peralta in 1609-1610. Along with the settlements in New Mexico came the art, coins, jewelry, and silversmiths. I have been inspired by these artisans and created an extensive line of jewelry items based on these Old World looks. I call this group of jewelry items the "New World Collections". Douglas Magnus

New World Jewelry

Earrings


New World, Earrings

Pendants & Medallions


New World, Pendants/Medallions

Bracelets


New World, Bracelets

Santa Fe


New World Santa Fe

Santa Fe "400"


Santa Fe Commemorative Pieces

Crosses


New World Crosses

New Mexico


New World, New Mexico