Designer, Haverhill Leach’s DNA is all about creativity. As the fifth generation of jewelry manufacturers and designers, she developed a clear understanding of the intrinsic details of design, materials, production and the value of hard work.

While studying towards her degree in Fashion Design at Syracuse and the London College of Fashion, Haverhill worked for several internationally-renowned fashion houses such as Vivienne Westwood, David Yurman, and Joseph Abboud. After graduation, Haverhill went on to become accessories designer at Kate Spade and later at Mayle.  In 2006, Haverhill launched her own line of swimwear that graced the covers and editorial pages of several fashion magazines, including Vogue, Elle, Vanity Fair and Sports Illustrated.

While on her way to the hospital to have her second child, Haverhill sent off her last shipment of bikinis to happily dedicate the next three years to motherhood. It was only a matter of time until she was to unite her trade, heritage, and love of making women feel beautiful to design her first line of fine jewelry, HAVERHILL.

Haverhill lives with her husband and her two children near the sea in beautiful Rhode Island - the jewelry capital of America.


The HAVERHILL brand was created in early 2013 with the idea of making modern, yet timeless, high quality fine jewelry that you can throw on with any outfit and feel empowered and fabulous.
"I wanted to create something positive. Jewelry fits that bill: it makes people so happy. It represents love, it represents big moments in people’s lives. It’s very personal because you wear it so close to your body. I also love that women (and men) of every shape can proudly wear my jewelry so it’s positive all around."

Haverhill believes fine jewelry should be worn often and should last forever. This is accomplished through clean, simple design and superb quality.  Haverhill learned this from the four generations of jewelers (and style mavens) who came before her in her family.




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