To adorn is an act of hope. This is an expression of self love, a creative endeavor in defining ourselves.
My personal aesthetic embodies the grace and resilience of nature, the nostalgic emanation of yesterday, and an optimistic outlook on tomorrow. Like us, each piece contains numerous smaller parts that come together for the creation of something unique and complex. It is dimensional. It is weathered. Here, moments of light and dark, layers of detail, and constructive solidarity all serve to reflect the nature of the wearer. This is jewelry for traditionalsts. For trendsetters. For you.
Jessica Jordan Coté is the southern metalsmith behind Rosy Revolver. She currently lives and works in Fuquay Varina, North Carolina.