Jewelry Designer Scott Kay’s Daughter Brings His Line To QVC

Wow, Tiffany Kay is a brave soul, braver than us. This all has to do with losing your dad, you see.

Kay lost her dad, noted jewelry designer Scott Kay (whose company is based in Teaneck, N.J.) in December. He was only 57, and died of a heart attack. Today Tiffany, 27, debuted a lower-priced Scott Kay sterling silver line on QVC, one that has apparently been in the works for 10 years.

She is a lovely woman, and is continuing her dad’s business and keeping his legacy alive.

Our dad passed away on Jan. 13, and we would not be able to go on TV and talk about him the way that Tiffany talked about her designer dad today without losing our composure.

In fact, we have not been blogging because of circumstances stemming from our dad’s death, and the fact that we are laid up with a broken ankle. The blogs will be coming just sporadically for awhile.

We have been a fan of Scott Kay jewelry for years, and for the past two years purchased his pieces at sample sales in Bergen County. His specialty was heavy silver pieces, especially crosses and angel wings.

We have also picked up some of his jewelry at TJ Maxx.

The QVC pieces are gorgeous, with many incorporating one of our favorite stones, black spinel, and garnet. And they are not badly priced, compared to the original line.

Our condolences to Tiffany and her family. We did your dad proud today.

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11 Responses to “Jewelry Designer Scott Kay’s Daughter Brings His Line To QVC”

  1. Joan B. Says:

    Linda, my heartfelt condolences on the loss of your Father. Also Get Well Soon wishes for your broken ankle. Two blows in such a short time …… we here were worried about you since there had been no posts. Love to you and I shall keep you in my prayers !!

  2. Susan Says:

    I was just commenting to my husband about what a lovely job Scott Kay’s daughter was doing in representing him on QVC. She seems to be a “natural” – comfortable in front of the camera and very knowledgeable about her father’s work. It has been a pleasure to watch her with Jill, and we send our condolences.

    And to you, too, Linda! I did not realize that you were dealing with your own injury and loss. I just knew that I missed your posts. Take good care of yourself and heal as quickly as you can. We miss you!

  3. Paticia Says:

    Sorry for the loss of your father. Hope your ankle heals quickly.

  4. Queen Celeste Says:

    Deepest condolences, Miss Moss, on the loss of your father. It’s so hard to go through the death of a parent. Take especially good care of yourself during this sad, rough time. And I hope your ankle soon heals. Post when you can and know we’re thinking of you.

  5. Lovie Says:

    I’m relatively new to this blog, but I’m very sorry for your loss.
    Don’t worry at all about posting sporadically. We’ve been here talking amongst ourselves.

  6. patty Says:

    I am so sorry for your loss. I was wondering where you were and am so sorry to learn that this was the reason. I lost my mother in 1999 and still miss her every day. And a broken ankle, too!! Take care of yourself!!

  7. Carrie W Says:

    My condolences to you Ms. Moss. I also hope you’re feeling better!

  8. luxuryoption Says:

    Be blessed at this difficult time. Ankle, hurry up and get well!!

  9. Lisa Says:

    Sorry for you and your family’s loss! It’s so hard to find the right words to adequately convey sympathy. I hope you are able to find some peace and that your memories bring you comfort.

  10. Trina Dade Says:

    So glad you are back on line. Am very sorry you have lost your father and broken your ankle! We were very worried about you being off line for so long! Thanks for letting us know what happened. We hate that you have been going through a bad time. We wish for you better days ahead.

  11. dvxprime Says:

    My condolences to you Ms. Moss. I know how you feel…

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