Jacqueline Dadanian

For more than 25 years, Jacqueline Dadanian has been an in-demand jeweler, creating stunning, edgy pieces that draw high-end clients and celebrities alike under her brand JN Jewels. Her designs—which have included everything from bold rings, bracelets and necklaces to diamond shoes, belts, bras and body chains—have been spotted on Jennifer Lopez, Bebe Rexha, Sofia Vergara, Jessie James Decker, Jason and Brittany Aldean, Carrie Underwood, Kacey Musgraves, and many baseball and basketball stars, as well as on the red carpet at the Country Music Awards, Academy of Country Music Awards, Academy Awards and Golden Globes.

A third-generation jeweler, Jacqueline was raised in the industry, and followed her passion for gems and designs to the Gemological Institute of America (GIA). After graduating, she spent five years working for other companies before launching her own.

Today, Jacqueline designs custom pieces by appointment and is known for her signature bold, bling statement designs. She works and creates her stunning pieces from her Los Angeles office. In 2020, she partnered with Taylor Maldonado to launch Voski By JN, a more affordable line of everyday jewelry.

Taylor Maldonado

Taylor Maldonado has an eye for design. She originally began designing jewelry when working with celebrity designer Jacqueline Dadanian on pieces for herself and her husband.

After Jacqueline declared that she had “one of the best design eyes” she’d ever seen, the two decided to collaborate on a new line of jewelry that was more suited for everyday wear, and at a lower price point, then Jacqueline’s signature designs.

Taylor, who is based in Scottsdale, is an expert in presentation, and together, they launched the Voski By JN line of timeless, dainty jewelry.

Taylor’s thirst for travel and adventure have taken her all over the world, and her designs are influenced by the places she’s visited. Her love of water and the ocean inspired the curves in her designs, and since sailing can be navigated by the stars, her love of boats and sailing inspired their star and moon creations.



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