Jessie Driscoll

For Jessie Driscoll, jewelry is a family affair. An avid jeweler since childhood, all four of Driscoll's grandparents made jewelry before her--it was only natural for Driscoll to pick up the craft and thrive in her own way.

Known for her silver dollar jewelry collection, Driscoll considers these one-of-a-kind pieces the coming together of her skills and inspirations. Serendipitously, Driscoll received a large supply of vintage silver coins as a gift from her paternal grandparents. Drawing upon her experience in antiques sales, Driscoll's mother helped her to turn her hobby into a thriving business.

Driscoll studied silversmithing at the Woodstock Guild in Woodstock, NY. While obtaining a BA in Psychology at Vanderbilt University, she pursued music, art and sourced antique jewelry in her free time. Driscoll collected historic pieces like WWII trench art bracelets with the help of her father. Driscoll lives in Woodstock, NY with her husband (and business partner), Dan, and their three children.