May 29, 2024


Unique & Classy

Learn About Brooke Worthington and Her Jewelry Design

4 min read

Brooke Worthington stumbled—albeit gracefully—into the jewelry field.

Soon after attending the University of Alabama for two-and-a-half yrs, the Nashville indigenous transferred again to her roots as a student at Belmont University. Needing a inventive outlet, Worthington commenced earning bracelets with beads. By the time she graduated from Belmont, the burgeoning entrepreneur had her own little business enterprise providing her jewellery wholesale to boutique stores all-around Nashville, comprehensive with a compact studio in Germantown. Then, in 2014, she attended a mechanical jewellery school in Arrington.

“I went with the intent of understanding the mechanial facet of points so when I structure, I would know the terminology, lingo, and what is regarded as excellent and poor in phrases of placing designs. But I had no notion what I was signing up for,” Worthington laughs. “One of three women in the course, I completed the three- thirty day period-extended intensive graduate bench jewelers’ application and it was seriously tricky. But it created me experience extra self-assured in the craft.”


Worthington was all set to elevate and outline her brand. Enter, diamonds. Quick forward two decades, and the jeweler was acquiring restless providing her products and solutions wholesale. So, on a whim, she assumed a lease for her now storefront in Green Hills, gutted the overall room in a thirty day period-extensive buildout—including redoing the floors herself—and opened to the public in 2016. Much like the jewellery she designs, her showroom feels effortless and classy. The place is outfitted with large ceilings and is painted white from top rated to base. Neutral accents together with classic model busts, linen-coloured books, and a taupe place rug, furthermore pure factors like white florals, birch tree branches, and textured vases blend together to make a cozy and welcoming place.

Unlike a usual jewellery retail outlet, Worthington’s showroom is lit with warm hues that play off the gold accented mirrors and gold-leaf chandelier. And mainly because most of her work is customized layout, only a handful of glass instances with confined sitting down inventory add just ample sparkle to the room. Most lately, Worthington teamed up with Alyssa Rosenheck, interior photographer and finest- advertising creator of The New Southern Style, to redesign the shelving and shopper table experience.

“Brooke is a longtime good friend and consumer, and to know her is to love her old soul, relaxed nature, and heat coronary heart,” states Rosenheck. “When styling the space, it was my priority for the aesthetic to be an extension of her targets and upcoming eyesight for her manufacturer. My goal with Brooke’s shop was for the styling to talk visual peace and convenience, and to established the stage for her jewellery patterns letting them to be the principal emphasis of the area.”


When performing on personalized jewellery with purchasers, Worthington guides them toward the rear of the retail store to her newly created purchaser table nook.

“It was essential to generate a place honoring her client collaborations with place to breathe, ideate, and generate,” says Rosenheck. “The redesign is supportive of peace and the quieting of a noisy environment to honor the heirlooms remaining reimagined and the adore currently being celebrated through her engagement pieces.”


In this cozy room, Worthington meets with clientele at a bleached vintage table to talk about their person wants and what they visualize for their piece. She sources the diamonds on memo and offers up 3 to 4 possibilities and offers the professionals and drawbacks of just about every even though trying to keep in brain the price range. From there, the moment the client selects the stone, Worthington sends them a CAD of the style and design for acceptance.

“I am performing the developing but outsource a excellent little bit of the bench jeweler labor now to mates from jewelry college who are in the industry,” she says. “Anything I produce, irrespective of whether it is bridal or engagement is tailor made. I don’t have inventory stones and so I resource according to the clients’ needs and desires. No two partners are the exact same and neither are the designs.”


The last product is normally full in 4 to 6 weeks. Worthington also breathes new lifestyle into heirloom jewelry.

“I think simply because it’s just me, I am actually equipped to sit down and link with my customers whether it’s to repurpose a little something old or generate some thing new,” she claims. “I definitely did not established out to start off a jewellery business enterprise, but what [I’m doing] is super own. My jewelry is uncomplicated. Dainty. Each day. I just try out to remain true to what I like.” 


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