Buy Some New Bling at Browning & Sons Jewelers

Woman wearing several gold and silver bangle bracelets

Nestled in the heart of Hinsdale, Browning & Sons Jewelers has been a community staple since 1987. This family-owned jeweler is known for providing a personal touch to the whole jewelry experience. Their stunning selection features the market’s most current trends, and designers include:

Anne Sportun

Toronto-born artist Anne Sportun started making jewelry as a teenager. Now an award-winning creator, she takes inspiration from the forms found in nature. As a true artist committed to her craft, Sportun oversees every production detail from the sketch and prototype to the finished piece.

Carolina Bucci 

Raised in Florance, Italy, Carolina Bucci comes from a family of jewelry makers. She studied jewelry design in Paris and New York and is known for producing pieces that combine traditional Florentine artisanship with a modern sensibility.

Within her collection, you’ll find stud earrings and unique rings. You’ll be in good company when you wear her jewelry, too. Celebrities such as Nicole Kidman and Reese Witherspoon love Bucci’s work.

Bez Ambar 

Known as the most important diamond jewelry designer of our time, Bez Ambar invented the invisible setting and perfected the micro-pave design. Bez’s creations have won prestigious awards, and he continues to leave his mark on the industry with innovative diamond cuts. 

Sydney Evan

Sydney Evan celebrates the timeless concepts of love, luck, and personal expression in the jewelry line named after her two children: Rosanne Karmes. Evan pours her passion for art, culture, and the California lifestyle into this collection. Pieces include butterfly necklaces, moon-shaped earrings, and various charms.

Browning & Sons Jewelers also offers services such as engraving, repairs, and jewelry appraisals. 

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