Page launched her eponymous collection in 2003 when she found herself with a full slate of orders from people who’d heard about the distinctive designs being worn around San Francisco by Page and her friends. She soon realized that her talent for ornamentation had eclipsed the level of hobby and moved to New York, where she is now designing a full and varied range of jewelry that showcases Page’s unique sense of style.
Page’s jewelry is coveted by celebrities including Jessica Alba, Cameron Diaz and Christy Turlington and has been featured in numerous magazines including Elle, Lucky and InStyle. Her collection can be found in boutiques around the United States, Australia, Germany, Puerto Rico and Ireland, and at Barneys, Tokyo.
Born into a family of New England artists, Page graduated from Brown University, spending a year at the Universita di Bologna. She returned to Italy in the late 90s to live in Rome. Page lives in Brooklyn with her husband and sons, Harvest and Tobey.
Ethical Jewelry Making
Page Sargisson Jewelry proudly sources all materials with the environment in mind – in fact, most of our pieces are inspired by found objects.
We are aware of the long and dirty process involved in gold mining. That’s why we only use environmentally responsible precious metals, including recycled and refined gold and silver for all of our handmade pieces. Our recycled precious metals originate from renewed sources derived from jewelry or industrial products. In addition, whenever possible we purchase recycled metal for our chain – sadly we can not guarantee all our chain is 100% recycled as we are not manufacturing it ourselves.
Page Sargisson uses conflict free diamonds and can also use antique diamonds mined and cut over 100 years ago. We are in compliance with resolutions set forth by the UN and the Kimberly Process certification scheme. The Kimberley Process is a joint initiative of governments and industry to stem the flow of conflict diamonds, which are rough diamonds used by rebel movements to finance wars against legitimate governments.