Our Story

A trip to Italy as a young boy inspired Adam Foster’s life-long love of beautiful craftsmanship in all things. This inspiration translated into a passion for creating exquisitely designed fine jewelry for the most discerning of clientele.

Born and raised in St. Louis, Adam received his Bachelor of Fine Arts in metalsmithing from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago before returning to his hometown. Over the last 20 years, he’s created a loyal following of his jewelry designs, both in St. Louis and around the country. Adam’s passion for detail and beautiful craftsmanship (sparked by a trip to Italy as a young child) is evident across all his collections. He pairs Old World jewelry-making techniques with
the latest technology to create pieces that are both organically inspired and visually arresting, with a touch of whimsy here and there.

Adam’s pieces can be found at Neiman Marcus and Saks Fifth Avenue stores, as well as several independent jewelry stores throughout the country. His signature CAZAL eyewear makes him easy to spot at personal appearances!

Adam's favorites:






Engagement Rings

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Experience for yourself why our clients find our custom process inspiring, not intimidating.

  • We begin with an initial consultation where you share your vision with us. We’ll discuss design ideas and how to best incorporate existing or newly-sourced gemstones. This is the time to bring us any sketches or inspiration images you have that can help us refine our design.
  • Once the design direction is agreed upon, we will provide a production schedule and detailed pricing to create your design. Once we have your approval we will request a deposit of 50% of the project cost to move forward, with the balance due upon completion.
  • Then the fun really begins. We will create a CAD drawing to refine the design, a mounting will be cast and any new gemstones will be sourced.
  • As a final step, our bench-jeweler will hand polish and refine the metal mounting, hand-set the gemstones and hand finish the piece until it is ready for its big reveal.