Jewelry Trunk Shows
Trunk Shows 2021
Please join us at 250 Post Street in San Francisco for our special holiday trunk shows
featuring the latest collections from distinctive and extraordinary
award-winning jewelry designers.
October 8-October 23
Pamela Froman designs extraordinary jewelry that is handmade and one of a kind. Her
soulful expressions come through in brightly colored gemstones; her love of texture
results in a special technique that she calls "crushed".
Gump’s is forever treasure hunting for the best of everything and our collection of estate
jewelry — featuring rare antique pieces — is no exception. Distinguished in provenance,
each item is one-of-a-kind, reflecting its distinctive gemstones, materials and craftsmanship.
October 29 & 31
Artistic designer extraordinaire, Paula Crevoshay’s innovative use of colorful gemstones
in original, one-of-a-kind creations has earned her the admiration of collectors the world
over, along with the affectionate title as the “Queen of Color.”
November 4 & 5
The Georg Jensen design house is renowned for creating serene forms enriched by
exquisite details and a sculptor’s sensibility. With an emphasis on understated
beauty, the ideas and principles of the founder himself are translated into
the firm’s extraordinary designs of the present day.
November 11 & 12
Born in Germany, Barbara Heinrich is renowned for her stunning creations in hand-textured
gold, diamonds and colorful gemstones. Each piece requires skilled hand
burnishing and highlighting to execute the exquisite details that make her jewelry so remarkable.
Influenced by natural forms, Aaron Henry’s evolving designs have an elegant, yet casual
feeling. Fine craftsmanship, attention to detail and quality gemstones are hallmarks of
his exceptional jewelry collections.
December 2 & 3
Classically trained as a goldsmith in Germany, this San Francisco-based jewelry designer
has been handcrafting sculptural jewelry for more than 25 years. Petra Class is best known
for creating artful, wearable pieces with a contemporary aesthetic.
December 4 & 5
A master jeweler and goldsmith, Anthony Lent has been handcrafting exceptional
pieces since the 1960s. Known for his whimsical designs, he draws inspiration from a vast
range of subjects, including the Art Nouveau movement, early animation,
mythology and the natural world.