Our New Northloop location

Our Family


Brent has over two decades of experience in the jewelry industry in buying, selling and appraising. He has a great eye and he designs all the new pieces we make with remnants of antique and vintage jewelry. He is highly creative but also logical which helps him gently guide clients through the custom design process. He’s an awesome Dad with a heart big enough to match his 6’4” frame. He loves to read and has a wicked sense of humor.


Catherine is a third generation jeweler. She can rattle off the differences between diamond cuts as easily most people can recite their ABCs. She’s gregarious, friendly and the heart and soul of Filigree. She will most likely ask to hold your baby since hers are now old enough to wriggle out of her arms. She has killer style and is as smart as a whip.

Showroom Manager

Jesse wears many hats at Filigree. We’re fortunate that he has the ability to tackle IT issues one minute and can talk to customers about the differences between design eras the next. He is so knowledgeable about jewelry you would never know he worked in finance in his former life. He’s passionate about music and spends his spare time producing music and performing at various clubs. Jesse’s genuine, disarming laugh will charm you as you drool over our jewels.

Showroom Manager

Sharon is also our resident rock nerd with a passion for rare and unusual gemstones. She loves the romance and lore behind antique jewelry as well as the refined details found only in old pieces.  She is currently studying for her graduate gemology degree from the Gemological Institute of America. She enjoys being in charge of the Filigree Jewelers Instagram page and the mini field trips it requires.

Creative Lead

Yazon has an educational background in Art. She handles the photography for our website. She is wildly creative and has a kindness that draws you to her. She is an animal and nature lover who gets inspired by the beauty of the natural world. She is known for regularly bringing flowers to office and not just so she can use them as a backdrop for a photograph.