Be Inclusive, Be Yourself
Inclusive Jewelry's mission is to create beautiful pieces that allow you to express your true inner self. We believe that beauty is inclusive and we are on a mission to empower and strengthen the world around us--one hash tag necklace and mandala bracelet at a time.
Each thoughtful collection was created by our designer, Esther Tow, who collaborated with a diverse group of international suppliers to give you unique talismans that will remind you to celebrate life and all its joys.
These were learning experiences. Esther felt that she wanted to create something with a story that could bring people from all different cultures, ethnicities, genders, together as one.
She envisioned creating Demi-Fine jewelry with the best quality at affordable prices that were made under fair working conditions.
Designing jewelry is inspired by many emotions; the desire for beauty, the need for acceptance, and the want to display commitment.
At Inclusive Jewelry, we are inspired by traditions, cultures and architecture. We like to think that the finished product is more than just a piece of jewelry, it has a story to tell.
Her grandparents immigrated here and found a way to persevere, start their own business, and provide for their family. Tiffany at times in her career was thrown into projects with very little guidance so, like her grandparents, she became a self-starter who learned discipline and perseverance.
She draws inspiration from art, cultures, travels, and her Chinese American family traditions. Those experiences helped shape her approach to digital design. She completes the process for Inclusive Jewelry by taking Esther’s designs and concepts creative visuals to tell the story and bring the brand to life.
Interestingly enough, Tiffany is the daughter of Esther’s childhood friend. Their families grew up together and have generations of friendships, so it was natural for them to work together.
With Esther’s vision and Tiffany’s creative vision, Inclusive Jewelry was created. Inspired by traditions, culture and architecture, the finished product is more than just a piece of jewelry, it has a story to tell.