Love & Luxe

12 – 6:30 Wed, Thurs
12 – 7 Fri
11 – 7 Sat
12 – 5 Sun
1169 Valencia Street
San Francisco, CA 94110
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415 648 7781
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Love & Luxe on the Vend Blog

October 4, 2014

“Love & Luxe is a jewelry gallery and studio located in the Mission District of San Francisco. Owner and crafter, Betsy Barron, has run her studio there for over 25 years, but has only recently been able to open a retail store too. Full of passion for crafting jewelry, Betsy says the ‘love’ in the store’s name is what she and the other jewelers put into every creation…”

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Tigerlily Perfume Pop-Up at Love & Luxe

November 8, 2013

Tigerlily

Love & Luxe welcomes Tigerlily Perfumery into the mix as a pop-up shop from Nov. 2013 until Feb. 2014, when Tigerlily moves to a permanent nearby location. Tigerlily features an eclectic mix of the best niche perfumers in the world from classic European houses to emergent local olfactory artisans. Specializing in niche, indie, and natural perfumes – it is the first Bay Area retailer dedicated this growing market segment. Tigerlily’s mission is to present well-crafted and unique fragrances that bring beauty and joy into people’s lives, encouraging exploration and playfulness in the discovery of wonderful perfumes.

Tigerlily Perfume

For inquiries, contact info@tigerlilysf.com


Tuareg Silversmiths

May 9, 2013

Our collection of Tuareg Jewelry at Love & Luxe is provided exclusively by master craftsman Elhadji Koumama from his community of silversmiths in Agadez and Niamey, Niger. Elhadji’s U.S. liaison Terri recently visited the Tuareg workshops and sent us this video from the Koumama Family Collective. This is the first video in a series, more to come. Elhadji will be at Love & Luxe in person on July 20th with baskets full of new jewelry, come join us!


New Artist: Lola Brooks

January 1, 2012

Love & Luxe is excited to add a spectacular new collection to the gallery from artist Lola Brooks. Lola’s fascination with the history of the “jewel” drives the conceptual content of her jewelry and her underlying interests in material and cultural hierarchies. She is currently a Visiting Associate Professor at RISD, and holds the rank of Master Lecturer at University of the Arts in Philadelphia where she has taught since 2001. Her work is in the collections of the Museum of Art and Design and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.