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Liza Shtromberg Jewelry

(323) ­913-­1444
2120 N Hillhurst Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90027

Liza Shtromberg Jewelry is handcrafted in Los Angeles, utilizing a wide range of techniques, in a variety of styles.

Our many collections range from every day wearable pieces to special occasion jewelry. We create custom jewelry in silver gold and platinum, and have stones custom cut for our collections.

We specialize in custom engagement rings and custom wedding rings, crafted with 100% recycled metals and vintage and recycled diamonds. Our process of in­house jewelry design, allows us to create pieces in a wide array of stones and styles.

About Liza

Liza Shtromberg’s fascination with jewelry design comes, in part, from a deep respect for what the craft has meant over the millennia. Throughout history, and across cultures, jewelry has been an integral part of the human experience. We’ve been adorning our bodies with raw materials – albeit, bracelets made of woven grass and bits of shell for over 75,000 years. Jewelry is more than an accessory; it’s a religious token, a treasured family heirloom passed down from mother to daughter, a glittering status symbol, a currency, a memento, a talisman, an expression of love. Ultimately, jewelry is an expression of self.

With this in mind, Shtromberg helps her clients personalize their selections, mixing and matching elements from her different collections – the stone from one bracelet, set in a separate necklace or an alternate metal to help them “find themselves” through her jewelry.

Though Shtromberg has a loyal clientele of both stylists and celebrities – Rachel Weisz, Nelly Furtado and Kiefer Sutherland are regular clients – she rejects a trend­centered approach to designing. Rather, her jewelry is meant to be classic, universal, organic, “playing into who you really are,” she says. Each collection is strategically conceived to layer well with the others – as well as with jewelry the client may already have. And with new collections coming out four times a year, there’s no shortage of options.