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Brenda Scholenfeld

Brenda Schoenfeld


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Brenda Schoenfeld was born in Taxco, Mexico into a dynasty of legendary artisans. 

Her late uncle's were famous master silversmiths known since 1946 as "Los castillo's", 

While her grandmother, fashion designer, Tachi Castillo 

Provided visiting european aristocracy and sophisticated fashion conscious American women 

With beautiful extravagant couture wardrobes. 

 

 

 

 

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Brenda's formative years were an amalgamation of artist, materials, design, 

form, detail, and craftsmanship, 

 a combination which significantly influenced her expressive styles as a designer. 

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Brenda's fascination with design was nourished and cultivated while exploring 

her fertile ideas in the renowned Taxco workshops.







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Initially brenda experimented creating exclusive jewelry pieces for personal friends, and by 1990
requests for her creations grew dramatically, leading to the opening of her first signature boutique in Dallas, Texas.
Brenda was very soon recognized as a source for uniquely feminine and finely articulated silver jewelry.

The success of her flagship boutique sparked the interest of major national retailers and encouraged 
Brenda to expand her collection into the wholesale market. 
By 1992, "Brenda Schoenfeld" jewelry was selling throughout the united states in over 2,000 locations.


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Living in Italy provided close access to artistically stimulating cities and provinces, throughout Europe and North Africa.


She has successfully achieved a balance between her silver pieces handmade in Taxco and her dramatically inspired creations made in the workshops in Florence, Italy.







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During this time Brenda also began an additional design journey of passionately restoring, constructing, and remodeling several personal Villas within Tuscany.


In the Villa projects she was able to express additional artistic image and form, and designing unique objects and creating moods.

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The culmination of these artisan projects resulted in beautiful, visually stimulating homes, sanctuaries, and inviting spaces.

 

 

 

 

 


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After having lived in Florence, Italy for the past 18 years Brenda has now 

come back to live in her beloved United States,

 The  country that nurtured her entrepreneurial dreams,  gave her confidence and support, 

encouraged her to express herself, and enthusiastically 

welcomed her as a young designer in 1989.

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Brenda has re-established her satellite workshop in her native Taxco, Mexico 

where she schedules commutes to from USA to guide her active production .

Her Taxco atelier is the base for her craftsman to produce the newest collections, the unexpected,  a new aesthetic balancing both powerful forms and splendor.