" Be yourself; everyone else is already taken."  —Oscar Wilde

Beautiful Things

Samantha House Jewelry began in 2007 when Samantha turned a hobby into a career. She learned to make jewelry while working as a fashion editor in Boston; spending her lunch hours at a small bead shop on Newbury Street. After her move back to NYC, she decided to concentrate on the craft full-time. 

A year of hard work, designing and redesigning finally culminated into a launch of the first collection. Samantha gained interest from Barney's NY within the first week of business. Barney's became the first shop in which she sold her jewelry. After that came Henri Bendel, Intermix, Shopbop, Fred Segal and more. Samantha House Jewelry was soon featured in Elle Accessories, Nylon, WWD and Vogue Magazines (among others). Samantha House Jewelry was also featured on TV shows, and in Mercedes Benz Fashion Week shows such as Erin Fetherston and Christian Siriano. 

Years went by and Samantha wanted to lower her price point to make her jewelry more accessible. Fans constantly expressed that they loved the jewelry but could only afford pieces occasionally, so Samantha spent the last two years hunting for less expensive vendors and better ways to run the business. In February 2014, Samantha House Jewelry, LLC opened a studio in San Francisco with lower prices, better quality and a plan for the future. 

100% Handmade in the USA

Every single piece of jewelry, here at Samantha House, LLC, is handmade by real people. Specifically, in New York City and San Francisco. We hire talented artists to recreate Samantha's designs and while each piece is similar, because most of the gems and stones that we use are unique, each piece lovingly crafted for you is also unique.

Style & Quality

Since every piece of Samantha House Jewelry is handmade, we guarantee the quality of your pieces for the lifetime of the company. This means that if your jewelry breaks, tarnishes or somehow makes you generally unhappy, we will repair the piece and send it back to you looking brand-spanking new.