Jewelry and Artisan Gallery
Located in Medfield, Massachusetts, Timeless Treasure Gallery’s Aesthetic Intent is a dynamic and exciting platform for jewelry designers, metalsmiths, and creative artisans to exhibit and sell their beautifully, hand crafted artwork.
At Aesthetic Intent, we are proud to present skilled and talented artists/artisans who pour their heart and soul into creating captivating art and design pieces. Our collection features pieces that are not only visually stunning, but also functional and thought-provoking. From contemporary designs to timeless classics, we have the perfect treasure for you. Browse our on-line store and visit our gallery to experience the unique aesthetics of an artist's one-of-a-kind-design.
Thursday, Friday & Saturday: 12 - 6pm
or by appointment
Our mission is to be a beacon for the arts by promoting, sharing, and appreciating the talent and creativity of our local artists, and beyond. TTG's Aesthetic Intent is continually evolving and welcomes new artists. Contact us below if you are an artist interested in exhibiting your designs for sale in our gallery.
A Connecticut native, Susan Roberts has been creating jewelry for more than 20 years. Her unique style stems from her love of art, color and nature. She personally selects the finest hand-cut semi-precious stones to create her timeless pieces. Pictured is her Citrine Ruffle Necklace.
From functional bowls to unique artistic conversation pieces, Mark Golden is always looking for the most interesting and varied wood forms to create his one-of-a-kind pieces. Burl wood art is his specialty. A burl can be a perfect gift for those who appreciate natural beauty, fine craftmanship, and collector items.
The artists/artisans are the creators and copyright owners of the art. All rights to reproduction of the art identified herein are retained by the artist. All images on this website may be subject to copyright.
Little Cat Metals creates hand fabricated designs using only traditional metalsmithing techniques. Little Cat Metals begins with American recycled sterling silver and gold with ethically sourced stones minimizing environmental impact. Each stone is handset in artist made bezels allowing for a more diverse selection of stone shapes and sizes. Each piece is truly one of a kind as no templates, molds, 3D printing, outsourcing, etc. are ever used. Little Cat Metals is the partnership of Carol Joannidi and Dana Hunt. Carol is the founder, lead artisan/designer, and metalsmith. She is classically trained in metalsmithing at School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Her designs are lightweight and durable hinting at a timeless modernity.
Baldwin Toys are handcrafted with quality reminiscent of yesteryear. The premise of Baldwin Toys is to lighten and bring joy to children and adults of all ages and to last for generations to come! “. These wooden toys are sure to become keepsake heirlooms.
Refined modern metals designed and fabricated by hand in Somerville, MA by Rebecca Scott with care and attention to detail. Rebecca's work echoes her love of the organic textures and shapes that she grew up around in coastal Ireland. She works predominantly in argentium silver, sterling silver, and 14k gold fill.
llana Krepchin “creations combine a sense of fun and purpose”. She loves texture, color, and unusual forms. Pictured is her mobius strip necklace. Ths series was inspired by the mathematical concept of a mobius strip, a geometric curiousity which has only one surface and one edge. It is often used as a symbol of infinity. Show someone special your forever love with this finely crafted piece of jewelry.
WIlliam Vanaria is a jeweler and metalsmith who creates unusual jewelry from non-traditional materials. His Line Ring -Wood Lines features a flat inlay which consists of wood and mother of pearl to create a beautifully unique, one-of-a-kind design. Pictured is his sterling silver art deco pin which features a radiating rectilinear design with a sapphire to act as the focal point.
As a metalsmith artist, Cameron fabricates each piece of her collection from start to finish using traditional metalsmithing techniques. All components are made with 14 kt gold-filled or sterling silver which she cuts, solders, forms, and polishes herself. Pictured earrings are pieces from her Paperclip Floating Collection.
Joan Cameron is a multi-disciplined artist in the following media: fine art paintings; pottery arts; fine jewelry in metals and polymer clay. She describes her art as being "inspired by the unsurpassed originality and bounteous beauty exhibited in creation seen everywhere". Pictured is an amazing, marbled polymer clay necklace, with a lovely palette of colors, draped over her handmade vase. Shop for her JDC Canisters; designed to provide an aesthetically pleasing container that can go from freezer to oven or microwave.
A Cut Above is a family operated woodworking business whose signature products are Individually hand crafted, presentation or cutting boards. The boards are meticulously cut, glued, and sanded and would be an attractive addition to any kitchen. Every board is one-of-a-kind!
Woods used in cutting boards include hard maple, red oak, white oak, American mahogany, African mahogany, cherry, English walnut, black cherry, white birch, padauk, red birch, Brazilian cherry, Burmese teak, zebrawood, bloodwood, supele, yellowheart, wenge, and purpleheart.
Liz Hartwick's ceramic bowls, dishes, and platters are hand built with beautiful textures and lovely glazes. She uses a myriad of techniques with both hand built and wheel thrown pieces. Her lace collection was created by pressing lace patterns iinto her pieces to create stunning bowls and platters with rich, vibrant colors. Float away with the unique aesthetic effect of her bubble glazing.
Ken's handcrafted jewelry is made with the highest quality of metals. From his designs to the work bench, his goal is to create jewelry that is both modern and timeless. Pictured is his sterling silver thick spike with pearl.
The Beach Treasure Collection consists of hand selected beach stones strung on a variety of different cords/chains. Choose from a raw stone right off the beach or the more polished appearance of a tumbled stone.
We are also looking forward to hosting Meet the Artist Days. The community will have the opportunity to interact with the artist and be handed a piece of art from the very hand of the artist who created it.