Jeweler Hannah Clark makes an eclectic
line of jewelry that is slightly bohemian and entirely handmade. She caters
to the custom jewelry needs of a downtown clientele at her East Village
shop, where she also sells vintage jewelry and accessories made by other
like-minded designers. Her jewelry collections have been based on a range
of inspirations, including Japanese Kimono fabrics, devotional art and the
Hannah studied product design with a focus in metals at Parsons School of Design in New York before going on to work for potter Jonathan Adler. She left there to focus full-time on her jewelry line, which started out in upscale boutiques like Fred Segal in Los Angeles and Collette in Paris and was later sold at national stores Kate Spade and Anthropologie.
Hannah opened her eponymous boutique in 2005 to focus on working individually with customers; today much of her output is now custom-created in her shop and studio in New York City.