Jacqueline Rose‘s jewelry is one of our favorite collections we carry at Spitfire Girl. Jacqueline began making one-of-a-kind, vintage coin pendants and belt buckles in 2001 and her collection has since evolved out of a love for found objects & natural stones.
Using the lost-wax method, each piece is reinvented, elegantly polished yet true to their raw nature. We love that!
We reached out to Jacqueline (a native Texan who resides in LA) and asked her a few questions about her jewelry, what inspires her, and her process. Check out the Jacqueline Rose pieces we carry in our LA stores and online,
and give @jacquelinerose_collection a follow. She’s rad!
How did you get started with JRose?
I always loved to build and sculpt. So I started experimenting with vintage brooches in 2001. I made my first belt buckle out of a large vintage Eisenberg brooch. I began making them as a hobby, and from there it al began.
What inspires you?
The Byzantine era…jewelry and found objects. Ancient Egypt has also been a huge influence… they were very ahead of the game in jewelry.
What are some of your favorite materials to work with?
Bronze & big natural stones. I love moonstone, lapis, garnet and labradorite.
What is a Spitfire Girl to you?
Committed, independent and never compromises.
What is your favorite Spitfire Girl product?
I love the wooden serving trays… very SFG!