Abe Petrow Jeweler and Photographer

After being discharged from the army in 1971 and graduating from SFSU with a degree in Creative Arts , I learned how to make Jewelry from a Navajo Indian in Taos, New Mexico in 1974.  I have been making jewelry and wood products since 1976. I have done over 430 shows in 31 states. I now specialize in casting and fabricating Sterling Silver in my studio in Sonoma County in Northern California.  My emphasis is hand carved and cast jewelry representing Endangered and Vulnerable Species.  I donate 10% of every sale on this site to the World Wildlife Fund.

I can make any of my jewelry designs on this website in 14K gold.  After gold went up over $2,000 an ounce, I stopped putting prices on my website.  Email me at abepetrow@gmail.com if you want something custom made in gold, and we can work out the current price and details.  I charge only the actual cost of the gold in the piece, plus a flat fee of $200 for the labor. As always, your complete satisfaction or your money back.

While I sold at shows around the country, I started taking photographs as I traveled.  I am posting some of my photographs of endangered animals and landscape on this site as posters and tote bags.

If you want to visit or check out my jewelry in person, I usually sell every Saturday in San Francisco across from the Ferry Building at the end of Market Street.  I have had an San Francisco Street Artist license and Art Vendor license for 48 years. Here is a video about how I make my jewelry. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DM8ac9-ydHE