Artist Stephen Weston is a classically trained painter and conservator who has been in the art field for close to 30 years. Stephen, originally from Worcester England, worked as a top painter for the Royal Worcester Porcelain Company. When he moved to America he operated and was the main artist for Bronn of America. Stephen also created fine porcelain, custom oil paintings, and was contracted to do all of the art restoration for Brielle Galleries.
Stephen specializes in the restoration of fine porcelain, oil paintings, gilt frames, and other artistic objects. He can repair to visual perfection, all makes of fine porcelain, such as: Lladro, Boehm, Faberge, Connoisseur, Cybis, Royal Worcester, Nippon, Meissen, Flo Blue, Disney, and Herend.
Stephen was commissioned by Saint Petersburg Collections for Theo Faberge of England to manufacture Theo’s very own Faberge Egg. It was the first limited Edition Faberge Egg to be made in America and was created to commemorate the 200th Anniversary of the White House. Stephen also collaborated with Pierre Matisse on a series of hand-painted porcelain vases, detailed with 14kt gold, all inspired by Pierre’s original paintings.
Stephen’s original artwork often highlights local scenes and utilizes vivid color. His expansive understanding of porcelain manufacturing, artistry, restoration skills in a variety of artistic media, and talent as a professional fine artist, provides him unrivaled skill as a fine art restorer.
Kathy Weston’s love for exquisitely crafted jewelry is what originally brought her into the jewelry trade, where’s she’s been for 30 years. She began her career as the part-owner of a custom jewelry gallery while still in college. From there she moved to La Vake Jewelers in Princeton, NJ where she sold fine jewelry for 13 years. She now shares her love of precious metals, fine detail, and quality craftsmanship with her wonderful customers.
"It’s a very happy business and there’s always something new to discover. After all this time I still find myself intrigued by the innovation of today’s jewelry designers."