Bi-coastal sisters Heath and Landon Slane joined creative forces in 1995 with the desire to design a line of high end sterling silver jewelry. Their vision for the collection was then and remains today a varied mix of influences to include: architecture, nature and spiritual symbols. Each of their collections represents both their philosophical and aesthetic sensibility.
Their design studio was initially a Round Table of sorts where artists, thinkers and seekers could come together to collaborate and share ideas. Drawn to the healing and transformative powers of jewelry, Heath and Landon continue to welcome a collaborative approach to the design process and to the creative realization of jewelry totems which afford comfort or meaning to their owners.
Collections consist of an array of shapes and textures which have numerous classical influences with contemporary appeal. Designing a palette from which women could create their own Slane & Slane look has been the intention of the design-duo since the company’s inception. An unintended but celebrated distinction in the business is its founding and operation by women, who design for women.