Rachelle Dauphinée

Rachelle Dauphinée

Rachelle Dauphinée


Inspired by elements from Egyptian, Indian, and Moroccan art, Rachelle's designs combine an otherworldly feel with a modern sensibility. Bold yet feminine, many of her pieces are named after powerful women from Greek and Roman mythology. Her signature handmade chain Helene, for Helen of Troy is one example, while Medusa and Cassandra make their respective appearances in the forms of serpents and waves. 


Her refined, handmade metal frames and labor intensive wire-work incorporate gem-quality faceted stones that sparkle and flash, and are often paired with lustrous pearls and mixed metals.


All of Rachelle's metal work is in 12k and 14k gold fill and sterling silver, and she structures the metal frames and stones into her award winning designs. 


Prior to launching her original collection in 2007, Rachelle was a buyer for iconic luxury retailers Stanley Korshak and Neiman Marcus. 


Surrounded by beauty and tasteful elegance in her professional career, she adopted her own personal jewelry style. Her free-spirited yet refined artistic styling channel a modern Bohemian vibe.


Among her varied designer career accolades are Fashion Group International's Lifestyle and Fashion Award in Jewelry Design, Texas Next Top Designer finalist, and Best Jewelry Designer in Dallas, Texas by D Magazine. 

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