Each HEIR piece is designed, carved, caste, and finished by hand, right in the shadows of the beautiful Rocky Mountains. Heir was created because we love what we do-- we make it!

At HEIR, we believe that jewelry is significant.  It is a symbol of happiness, a symbol of beauty, and a symbol of achievement.   We are confident you will enjoy your jewelry for years to come and it will eventually become an heirloom for the next generation.  We proudly stand by each piece, as it is made-to-order for you! 


Our process starts and ends here in our Utah design studio, where our designer and goldsmith plan and execute each one of our pieces. This gives us the ability to maintain 100% quality control in our product to deliver the best. 


HEIR quality is second to none.  As we take pride on our process we also take pride in our materials and finished product. All of our pieces are 14K or 18K gold, including only real stones and diamonds.  


We make all of our products with the highest quality materials and attention to detail.  As all of our pieces are designed and made in house from start to finish we are able provide to high end jewelry at very reasonable price.

Meet the Designer

Those who know Andrew often tease him that he was born a century too late.  In a day of technology and computers, Andrew sticks to his old-fashioned roots.  Andrew is a second generation Goldsmith and his attention to detail is unmatched.  As you can tell with his designs, the small intricacies matter.

From Andrew

Look around and you’ll find an infinite number of things that have been made, notice what catches your eye, or makes you excited. Ever since I was a little boy I’ve had an interest in where and how things were made. Often times you can tell a lot about a product or object simply by where it was made or who it was made by. I believe this idea of origin is very important, especially with things like jewelry, artwork or anything else that has the ability to stir an emotion or excite our senses. I have a passion for making jewelry because it does exactly that. After all, fine jewelry is made of the most precious materials that our planet has to offer and that in itself is reason to get excited.