Custom-crafted jewelry designed for a gem like you...
...Handmade jewelry reflecting my love of the earth by creating one-of-a-kind designs using natural resources, found items and recycled material including salvaged copper fabricated into unique designs, sterling silver recycled from scraps, seaglass, tumbled glass, wood, bone and, of course, gemstones – many found in the mountains of North Carolina.
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|Curves of silver with blue sparkles of Swarovski crystals - sterling silver ear wires - $16||Wood peace pendant with olive wood beads from Israel and accents of copper beads – $45||Music lovers - earth lovers - this covers both. Rough turuqoise from one of the last Arizona mines, wrapped in copper, strung on a recycled guitar string – $18|
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|The wisdom of the ages to wear - a bone pendant with the Yin/Yang symbol with brecciated jasper, bone and copper beads plus handmade copper bail. $45||Copper discs with a textured patina are accented with turquoise-dyed howlite beads - copper ear wires - $14||Freeform expression - a double strand of peach/pink keishi pearls supported by a pewter chain and side clasp - some are like corn flakes, others baroque-shaped, there are no two the same - $28|
|Hand-fabricated sIlver-filled hoops with green Czech briolettes on sterling silver ear wires -- $18||Amethyst discs in a handcrafted frame of silver-filled wire with handmade links; accented with amethyst beads and Czech crystals.||Fairy earrings! Pewter charms and moonstone beads hang from sterling silver ear wires.|
All work guaranteed
If your piece breaks, please return it(with as many pieces as possible), and I will repair or replace it free of charge.
Why do I use silver-filled wire on my pieces rather than sterling slver? Quality at less cost! See What's the difference?
I make a conscious effort to use recycled materials as often as possible as well as made in the U.S.A. The booth I use at festivals is 80% recycled, salvaged or second-hand material. Beads and materials are purchased locally, where available, in support of our area businesses. Metals used: Lead-free pewter, sterling silver, lead-free/nickel-free silver plate and silver-fill wire, salvaged copper.
As with all my jewelry, most of my focal points, and even a lot of my beads, are one-of-a-kind. If the piece you like has been sold, I'll do my best to make one similar to it.