About the Designer: Julie Stark


Designer Julie Stark

I created Point No Point Studio in 2011. The natural beauty of my home state of Washington, forests, mountains and beaches have been very inspirational for me. The name Point No Point comes from the name of Pudget Sound’s oldest light house.


I find  inspiration in the creations of the natural world while incorporating hints of classic jewelry designs, combining them with modern interpretations. My jewelry is an alternative to the traditional approach of wedding jewelry.

It is my particular joy to spot characteristics and individual peculiarities of diamonds that are often overlooked by other designers, and to mount them in settings that highlight their unique qualities.

I leave no stone unturned in our search for these beautiful, one-of-a-kind diamonds. Our rough, uncut and rose cut diamonds are each unique. Each one is un altered or treated and maintain the natural colors and unique characteristics of the diamond given to it by mother nature. Each of our rose cut diamonds is cut by hand to display the unique characteristics of the diamond. Cutting a diamond by hand produces shapes and faceting that is unique to each stone. Our designs are made in a small limited batch and not mass produced. Because our jewelry is not mass produced, and we use unique stones, you can be assured that your item is one of a kind.

I’m constantly striving to create fresh and unique designs while maintaining quality. Each piece of jewelry is meticulously hand-crafted with the highest quality conflict-free diamonds as well as eco friendly recycled metals.

Standards & Values

Here at PNP Studio, we use 100% recycled metals along with ethically and responsibly sourced conflict free diamonds. To learn more about our materials, please visit our About Our Materials page.

   

Giving Back

Here at PNP Studio, we recognize that the world around us gives us beauty and inspiration for our designs - we think it’s only fair to give something back.


The DDI works to empower artisanal miners and their communities by improving working conditions and wages, cutting out unnecessary (often corrupt) middlemen, and provides training and education; a win win for both the developing community and the end consumer who seeks ethically and responsibly sourced diamonds.  



ACF International is an international humanitarian organization committed to saving the lives of malnourished children while providing communities with sustainable access to safe water and long-term solutions to hunger.