New York Jeweler Hannah Blount

Hannah Blount has been creating jewelry since she was a young child.

The daughter of a fisherman and a seamstress, Hannah was raised in the tradition of hand skills, hard work, and dedication. In their weathered island home, she and her six siblings learned how to entertain themselves amidst the chaos that comes with such a large family. The dingy fishing paraphernalia that littered their backyard was a playground of inspiration: gritty snapshots of beauty against the clean backdrop of their hometown of Nantucket. These familiar moments inspired her to create beauty of her own.

Over the following years she has created a body of work that encompasses an organic and refined aesthetic. 

She is currently working out of her studio in New York, and selling her jewelry in various boutiques and galleries across the country.


Gemstone Specialist | Lead Silversmith

Kady Doyle

Kady’s passion for fine art and beautiful design began as a child, with her sophisticated productions of M+M portraits. Kady further pursued this love with a studio art degree from Emmanuel College, and graduated the North Bennet jewelry program in 2011. Kady went on to obtain her diamond graduate degree in 2016 and her pearl graduate degree in 2018, from GIA.

A proud New Englander- Kady, her husband, Bob Miller of Mass Woodworks, and their cat overlord Kingsley reside in a one-of-a-kind space off of her husband’s woodshop in the city. Kady has many roles at the HBJ studio including fixer and studio compass; she can size a ring faster than you can say Grey Lady! During her time away from the bench, Kady keeps her loved ones warm with her yarn obsession. Read more about Kady on the Hannah Blount Jewelry studio blog...

Head of Human Resources + Studio Greeter

Beryl Blount

From the hot streets of Texas to the brick roads of Boston’s South End, and now in Brooklyn's Dumbo neighborhood: Beryl’s journey from stray to studio boss was no small feat. These days, Beryl can be found glaring at clients and the like, providing a soft place to sit on and taste testing any and all employee lunches. A firm believer that work should also be fun, Beryl introduced a groundbreaking, company-wide mandate that allows each employee to stop what they're doing at any given time and pet him – a true revolutionary. Read more about Beryl on the Hannah Blount Jewelry studio blog...