One-of-a-kind Jewelry Creations
Dale Meyer's semi-precious stone one-of-a-kind necklaces have been featured in selected fine jewelry stores, luxury hotels and galleries coast-to-coast, such as in Beverly Hills, Carmel-by-the-Sea, Uptown Dallas, El Paseo in Palm Desert, San Francisco, South Florida, and Sydney, AU.
She has also staged, participated in, or been featured in trunk shows to benefit various charities coast-to-coast: SPCA Monterey County, Monterey Film Commission, American Heart Association, Miami City Ballet, Florida Grand Opera, Young Patronesses of the Opera in Miami, as well as the Mercy Hospital Spring Fashion Shows and the American Cancer Society in Miami.
In addition, Dale has participated in gala or charity event auctions for Oscar Night America 2010 event in San Rafael to benefit the California Film Institute, Cedars-Sinai 2008-09 Governor's Ball in Los Angeles, SPCA Monterey County, Joslin Diabetes Center/ Affiliated with Harvard Medical School, Spector Dance, Miami City Ballet, Young Patronesses of the Opera, Monterey Film Commission's Gala, Make-a-Wish Foundation, Juvenile Diabetes Foundation, Special Olympics, Humane Society of Greater Miami, Adopt-a-Pet, York School and The Monterey Symphony.
"I create one-of-a-kind, necklaces with classic and couture elements. I see a story... an historic or cultural theme in each piece. I title them to give the wearer a sense of connection to an era and the feeling of being in touch with the featured stones" says Dale.
She says she found much of her inspiration from her art history studies in Florence, Italy, The Medieval and Renaissance eras in particular. Dale combines her interest in these aspects with a strong sense of color coordination, seasonal variations and contemporary trends.