Custom jewelry designs for a gem like you...
The earth's resources are my inspiration – I use recycled and natural materials including salvaged copper, Outer Banks sea glass, wood and gemstones – many from the mountains of North Carolina – in my designs.
I can design pieces to your specifications. Here's what one customer had to say about my reproduction of earrings she purchased in Rosarita Beach Mexico in the 90's and subsequently lost:"Thanks again so much, they are my favorite earrings, and I have even gotten compliments on them!
I really love them, they are actually even better than the originals.” Claire, Laguna Niguel, California
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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.
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.