A jeweler via genetics - both father and grandfather sat at the bench - Jack Kelege took his bloodline and made magic of metal and stones. Born in the Soviet Union and weaned on platinum, Kelege came to the U.S. in 1971 with little more than a talent and desire to create stunning jewelry for women. Unable to speak English, Kelege's skills as a diamond setter, engraver and bench jeweler spoke for him as he slowly built up a clientele that had no trouble understanding his deft attention to detail and love of fine jewels. Now, decades later and countless one of a kind pieces later, Kelege's work defies description. Crafted from hand worked platinum, the finest diamonds and meticulous enameling; each ring, bracelet, earring or necklace is a unique piece of art.