Geoffrey Good is a prolific New York jeweler who has also traveled the globe. On Madison Avenue he advanced his skills and created jewelry for the celebrated firms such as Cartier, Fred Leighton, Taffin, Verdura, Christie's & Sotherby's before founding his own workshop.
Geoffrey Good's style is most unusual by design; European, Asian & African influences are utilized with restraint and integrity, resulting in works that are both exotic and modern. Geoffrey Good's jewelry is unusually fine from every consideration and that is why Atelier Leseine decided to partner with him to create Perle Captive. His background was simply a perfect match!
Yes, it is never too late to start living your passion! Many events along the way might often push us in different directions. If one was to stop for a moment, stay still, and listen to his core, one might finally discover what was always inside but never expressed. So is my story.
Last May, I landed in Tahiti in search of the perfect pearls I wanted for a vision I had. Already knowing my way around, I still took time to visit a few pearl farmers, distributors to finally decide.
My mind buzzed with design ideas as I examined all of the gorgeous Tahitian pearls with pink, green, bronze, blue and grey hues. I knew only one color would do for her vision, so I searched for a specific shade of grey. I found it!