Jewelry is meant to adorn the person that is wearing it.
The wearing of jewelry has very ancient roots.
The oldest examples discovered to date are about 75,000 years old.
It is a visual outward expression of one's personality.
I consider my jewelry “Wearable Art.”
Many of my designs are “one of a kind” pieces that are timeless.
I tend not to fall into the current fashion trends.
I appreciate the natural beauty of gemstones.
I will often keep a stone for years before the design comes to me.
I love the classic look of silver and gold mixed together and designed an entire line reflecting that.
I also love pearls. Pure and simple and always in style. . .
AND, now that I moved to the beach, I have designed a whole line Of "Sea-Glass jewelry".....
All of my jewelry is handcrafted entirely by me.
I use only sterling silver and 14kt gold filled in my designs.
All ear-wires and posts are sterling silver.
Everything is hand polished for the perfect finish.
Before you purchase your next piece of jewelry,
think about how you wear jewelry.
Do you like the idea of investing in a piece of art or just buying a pretty accessory?
Express your personality with key signature pieces.
Handcrafted jewelry is an investment.
Be proud to wear something made by an American Craftsman. By doing this you are keeping a small dying
breed of craftsmen going in a time of factory-made manufacturing and low cost imports.
Please buy only from galleries, stores and artists that sell “American-made” art and keep this small but
prevalent population of handmade businesses and artists alive!
I feel really blessed that I can express myself through my jewelry. I am proud of what I do and I love being
able to make something that will endure for years to come.
History, Art and the beauty of self-adornment….
Is that not what jewelry is really all about?
Please look around my website and check out my designs.
You may email me with any questions or comments at:
email@example.com, or stop in and meet me at my store in Calabash, NC!
|10152 Beach Drive SW, Calabash, NC
Tuesday- Saturday 10am- 4pm