Fine jewelry brand Sydney Evan and Cape Cod’s only Double Forbes five-star resort, Wequassett Resort & Golf Club, have partnered to create two experiences for guests in celebration of the resort’s inaugural holiday season.
“Fine jewelry is often right at home in luxury hospitality, but what makes Sydney Evan the perfect fit at Wequassett is the impeccable detail, sense of place and ability not just to tell a story but create memories through the art of jewelry-making,” explained Alton Chun, regional managing director of Wequassett Resort & Golf Club. “Holiday travel is often rooted in tradition, and we look forward to creating new traditions and unforgettable memories with the inspiring and elegant touch of Sydney Evan’s jewelry.”
The “Cape Cod” experience is priced at $4,956 and includes highlights such as a limited-edition diamond “Cape Cod” script necklace and a porcelain seashell jewelry tray from the designer — available only by booking the package — along with a two-night stay in a Signature Suite, private dinner for two at the resort’s Forbes five-star restaurant Twenty-Eight Atlantic and two 14-karat gold cocktails.
The second, the “Seaside” experience, is priced at $8,350 and features a coastal-inspired diamond charm necklace, a three-night stay in the 1,163-square-foot Round Cove suite, a 50-minute helicopter tour of Cape Cod for two people, a massage for two at Wesquassett’s Le Petite Day Spa, and dinner for two with two signature cocktails.
“Jewelry is so sentimental, and everything I create has meaning,” says Rosanne Karmes, founder and designer of Sydney Evan. “I loved the idea of partnering with Wesquassett to create these special packages that come with jewelry momentums for guests, which can serve as a lifelong reminder of memories had in Cape Cod and at the property with family, friends and loved ones.”
Adding to the holiday festivities, the jewelry designer created custom gold ornaments with their signature motifs to adorn a Christmas tree at the resort, and a selection of Sydney Evan jewelry will be available at Wequassett’s on-site shop during the gift-giving season.