Seaman Schepps America's court jeweler witty, over-the-top and flattering, Schepps' jewelry embodied style and originalty and was featured on the covers of Vogue, Harper's Bazaar, Look and other magazines. It appealed to a myriad of clients from Katherine Hepburn to Andy Warhol to The Duchess of Windsor and greatly influenced his contemporaries to inspire modern jewelers.
Through the 1930's, and into the 40's and 50's, new clients flocked to him at his store on Madison Avenue often clients wanted a one-of-a-kind bauble and commissioned Schepps to incorporate their old jewelry into a fresh new design. Frequently this led to landmark decisions that helped distinguish Schepps as an extraordinary talent. His client list included Coco Chanel, Elsa Schiaparelli, The Duchess of Windsor, and members of the Du Pont, Mellon and Rockefeller families. By serving these most powerful and influential individuals, Schepps became known as "America's Court Jeweler".