Katherine LeGrand

Sweet Summertime at the Farmer's Market

Katherine Whipple

One of my favorite perks of summers in Aspen is our incredible Farmer’s Market. Every Saturday, locals come together to shop for and sell fresh produce, baked goods, sweet kettle corn, fine jewelry, arts & crafts, and so much more! It has been a pleasure to be part of the market. Ross and I have represented both of our brands on Saturdays and have found that it is a great way to ease the transition between brands. My husband’s brand, Ross Andrews Designer Goldsmith, has been serving the Aspen community for over 35 years, while the Katherine LeGrand brand is in its beginning stages. We have loved to see old and new clients alike learn more about our story and continue to build upon their jewelry collections with our Farmer’s Market offerings.

Yellow gold and diamond Aspen Leaf Butterfly bracelet.

Yellow gold and diamond Aspen Leaf Butterfly bracelet.

We focus on our signature Aspen Leaf designs at the Farmer’s Market and find that with our sterling silver, blackened sterling, and 18K gold designs, it’s hard for people to stay away once they catch a glimpse of the sparkling leaves in the sunlight. We love the playful nature of the Aspen leaves and we have so much fun recreating their beauty in silver and gold. Along with our Aspen Leaf designs, we feature new collections from Katherine LeGrand including my new Shadow Dancer’s Collection and Stackable Fine Beaded Bracelets. Our relationships with our customers are our heart and soul and we look forward to seeing you all in Aspen at the Saturday Farmer’s Market!

I love layers our Aspen Leaves by the Inch with other chains and pendants.

I love layers our Aspen Leaves by the Inch with other chains and pendants.

From the new Shadow Dancer's Collection. 

From the new Shadow Dancer's Collection. 

Hannah is wearing our Garland-inspired amethyst and yellow gold drops.

Hannah is wearing our Garland-inspired amethyst and yellow gold drops.


A sunny scene at the Saturday Market. 

A sunny scene at the Saturday Market.