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Born in Zimbabwe and raised in Charleston, South Carolina; jewelry maker Dante Perozzi moved to Los Angeles in 2002 to study sculpture at CSULB. After graduating with her Fine Arts Degree, she chose to apply her talents towards innovative jewelry making and design. Working in her studio she recently relocated to Denver, CO, Perozzi utilizes traditional metal fabrication techniques and the lost wax methodology forming each of her prototypes thoughtfully by hand. 

The designer approaches her creations much in the way a sculptor creates an extended body of work. It is only natural as Perozzi comes from a background exhibiting and creating installation and sculptural works and received her education in Sculpture and new genre arts at California State University, Long Beach. 


Perozzi creates most of her production pieces in sterling silver, raw brass and 10K gold. The Studio is committed to eco-efficient choices, conscious studio practices and uses recycled metals and ethically sourced materials whenever possible



  • All metal scraps are saved and sent to our supplier to be recycled and go back in to the creation of many of our pieces.
  • We keep the use of plastic bags to a minimum using recyclable paper products whenever we can. 
  • All paper waste in the studio is recycled.
Local & Community
  • All of our retail partners are independent small businesses 
  • We regularly participate in local events to support & get to know our communities 
  • We are committed to supporting charitable organizations whose efforts benefit women, children, and the environment. 
Made in the USA
  • All jewelry is handmade in the Dante Perozzi Jewelry Studio 
  • Most gemstones and raw materials are either made in the U.S. or purchased from U.S.-based suppliers whenever possible.
  • Most packaging supplies are made in the U.S.A.

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