"Jabez Jewelz are designed by jewelry designer, Kathryn Pfeiffer. Prior to being a jewelry designer, she owned an "Image Consulting" business for 19 years. Her mission in this business was to bring every person's "individual beauty on the outside". This was easily achieved with accessories. This has proven to be an asset to her current costumers because she knows immediately what will be the best choice for them based on their personality,coloring and body structure.
When designing,Kathryn chooses the stones based on their beauty, quality, and uniqueness. When her design work is complete, she travels to Bali, Indonesia to work directly with her team of silversmiths. Kathryn feels so blessed to work in collaboration with such a talented team of smiths! These one of a kind pieces are hand made by combining faceted stones, drusy and other semi-precious stones and encasing them in 925 sterling silver.
Each piece is a work of art…
Jabez Jewelz is the product of a spiritual journey that evolved into a global adventure.
The St. Louis based company designs, crafts and sells one-of-a-kind sterling silver jewelry pieces that incorporate unusual - and often large - precious and semi-precious stones. Owner Kathryn Pfeiffer, says she has always had a "passion for jewelry" and an "artsy edge".
Her desire to get involved in jewelry design was in the back of Kathryn's mind as she was reading the book "The Prayer of Jabez: Breaking Thru To The Blessed Life" by Bruce Wilkinson. "It's a very, very powerful book," she says. "What I received from the book is there are so many people in the world who are afraid to ask for abundance in this life. That's what its really all about, asking the Lord to increase my territory, giving him the honor for it and blessing others."
Kathryn says that after one month of faithfully saying the prayer of Jabez each day, her "territory" expanded by leaps and bounds.
While on a family vacation in Las Vegas, Pfeiffer told her husband they needed to take a side trip to Sedona, Arizona. "I had a powerful urge that something in Sedona would find me," she says. "I walked into this shop and saw pieces of jewelry that were absolutely fabulous, but they had much more of an earthy, 'granola,' look. I knew that if I had access to those stones, I could design pieces that would have a more chic appeal."
Within a short period of time she began her company and named it in honor of the prayer that inspired her journey.