Katy Beh Jewelry

Katy Beh's Insider's Guide to New Orleans Jewelers

New Orleans is rich with talented jewelry designers. We all believe in the tradition of jewelry to express your style, celebrate a birthday or simply feel pretty.

As the saying goes – it takes a village – and the New Orleans jewelry designer community is as close as red beans on rice.

Katy Beh Jewelry New Orleans

I curated this collection of New Orleans designers, artisans and retailers and believe all will surpass your contemporary jewelry expectations.

Not to mention, you'll be supporting our community by shopping small and locally.

Here’s how I became a part of this special group...

Although I studied Jewelry Design at Rhode Island School of Design, I started my career at a designer’s desk instead of a workbench.

I worked for renowned artists Reinstein/Ross and Mignon Faget, to name a few. At RHINO (Right Here In New Orleans) Artists Cooperative, I enriched my network of local jewelry artists. After working for Thomas Mann Designs In 1998, I opened my own gallery representing hundreds jewelry designers. I owned Katy Beh Contemporary Jewelry on New Orleans’ infamous Magazine Street.

But after 13 years of building relationships with my artists

...what I really cherished was the relationships I built with YOU.

My urge to create my own collection came to full bloom in 2011.

Katy Beh Jewelry New Orleans

I launched Katy Beh Jewelry in 2011 to give women with laissez les bons temps rouler fine jewelry they'll want to wear day after day. Don't worry if your Cajun French is rusty, it just means "let the good times roll" (pronounced "Lay-say le bon tom roo-lay").

Jewelry that really means something to you, becomes a part of you.

That was the reason I started making jewelry in the first place

...to create something just for you, something that you’ll only enhance with the memories you create.

About Katy Beh Jewelry

If you have questions about pieces purchased from my Magazine Street gallery, I'd be happy to get you in touch with the designer.
Just send me a text at 504-237-8144 with a photo of the piece in question.