EARTHWORKS' Spring Trunk Show Features the Raw Diamond Jewelry of Todd Reed

Mar 02, 2011, 18:29 ET from EARTHWORKS

LOS ALTOS, Calif., March 2, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- EARTHWORKS, the Bay Area's top destination for distinctive fine jewelry for over 30 years, will feature Todd Reed's 2011 raw diamond bridal and fashion collection at its spring trunk show Saturday, March 12, 2011, 10 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. EARTHWORKS is located at 290 Main Street in Los Altos. The event is free and open to the public.


Todd Reed designer Kim Carpenter will be on hand to showcase never-before-seen pieces from the 2011 Todd Reed bridal and fashion collections. Carpenter will provide one-on-one consultations, and will offer the opportunity to customize Todd Reed jewelry designs, all of which utilize raw diamonds and recycled, sustainable materials.

Todd Reed's stunning designs have achieved international acclaim for innovative use of raw, uncut and unpolished diamonds. Founder Todd Reed adheres to the belief that natural, unchanged diamonds are the "most perfect" diamonds on Earth, and he created his company to cultivate his passion for the beauty of these rare finds. A self-trained designer, Reed has earned a reputation for obtaining the world's most unique diamonds and setting them in his award-winning style. Each piece is handcrafted in his Colorado studio.

"EARTHWORKS is the first retailer to have the full Todd Reed 2011 Collection," said Ellen Sullivan Davis of EARTHWORKS. "Our spring trunk show offers our customers an exclusive, first opportunity to buy pieces from Todd Reed's most exciting collection yet – most of which has never before been seen in public."

To schedule an appointment (recommended) for a consultation with Todd Reed's Kim Carpenter, or for more information about EARTHWORKS' spring trunk show, call 650.948.5141.

EARTHWORKS has enjoyed a 30-year reputation as the Bay Area's top purveyor of distinctive jewelry pieces from prestigious brands like Hearts on Fire and Gurhan, contemporary lines from designers like Satya and Alexis Bittar, and up-and-coming new talents in jewelry design, glass, ceramics and woodworking. Each spring and fall EARTHWORKS hosts popular trunk shows featuringin-person visits from the designers themselves. For more information on EARTHWORKS, visit or