Mojo Collection · Glass artist Lesley Janssen creates beautiful handmade glass beads for every piece in her unique jewelry line. Named for her pet goat Mojo (pictured left), Lesley's glass bead necklaces contains eye-catching color and unique designs.
Veleska · A designer and jeweler for over 30 years, artisan Kathryn Pearce's line of freshwater pearl jewelry is designed with sterling silver findings accented with beautifully colored freshwater pearls and gemstones.
Lucinda Moran · Lucinda Moran designs beautiful artisan jewelry with silver, gold, pearls and precious stones. Her passion is driven by a fascination with the magical treasures of the earth which possessing infinite wisdom, beauty and love. She sees her role as being "to transform these precious metals into precious gifts that will eternally celebrate women’s lives, survival and special occasions." Lucinda Moran he has been designing handmade artisan jewelry for over 25 years and creates each piece at her studio on the "Big Island" in Honokaa, Hawaii.
Patricia Locke · Jewelry designer Patricia Locke (pictured along with business partner Deborah Rethemeyer) has been crafting fine jewelry since 1971. Her work is recognizable for it's use of asymmetrical, geometric, multi-metal combinations and its classic, heirloom sensibilities. Constructed using 24k gold, sterling silver, bronze and pewter, Patricia's designs are accented with semi-precious gemstones, Swarovski crystals, glass beads, and faux pearls.
Smart Glass · Jewelry artist Kathleen Plate makes her line of recycled glass necklaces + earrings from old wine, beer, and even Coke bottles! Using a combination of vibrantly colored stained glass and sterling silver, each piece is made by hand.
Mark Poulin · Artist Mark Poulin uses sterling silver and enamel to create unique and undeniably cute pieces of jewelry. Each of his colorful enamel pieces feature hand-brushed designs and his adorable animal charms are cast in sterling silver.
Figs and Ginger · Figs and Ginger was started in 2007 by husband and wife team Rhonda & Elijah Wyman. Their clean and simple jewelry designs play largely on natural themes and they have a strong commitment to being a "green" business. Each piece of Figs & Ginger is lovingly handmade in Tiverton, Rhode Island.
Andrea Corson · Jewelry artist Andrea Corson works with traditional molds and dramatic sculptural forms to create her handmade metalworked jewelry. Utilizing sterling silver, gold, brass, and gold vermeil, Andrea takes an innovative, passionate, and fresh approach to working with classic materials. Each piece of jewelry is handmade in her New York City studio.
Shari Dixon · Shari Dixon's motifs incorporate natural elements and mixed media such as pressed flowers, leaves, and herbs, immortalizing their fragile lives by sealing them in a poly resin, preserving the form and adding a spectacular glazing effect.
Elaine Unzicker · Artist Elaine Unzicker creates beautifully elegant stainless steel chain maille bracelets, earrings, scarves, and accessories. Her delicate, flowing chain maille jewelry designs are accented with gemstones and freshwater pearls for a truly one-of-a-kind look.
Origami Bijou · Each piece of silver origami jewelry from Cindy Ng's Origami Bijou is constructed from a sheet of fine silver and folded the same way as paper origami. From the elegant and traditional crane to a fun origami fortune cookie, Artist Cindy Ng's jewelry is truly unique.
Jo La Collage · JO LA COLLAGE is made in New Jersey, under the direction of designer Ellen Kelly. Along with her assistants, they create each piece by hand. What began as a colorful beaded jewelry collection grew into a mixed media metal line when Ellen fell in love with a concept and techniques of lost wax casting while taking a class at Art Guild in New Jersey. Many people ask what the name JO LA COLLAGE symbolizes. "JO" is derived from her son, Joseph, and "LA" from her daughter, Laura. "Collage" represents the mixed media of color & form.
Kendra Roberts · Kendra Roberts' award winning silver gemstone jewelry is a harmonious blend of contemporary design and the ancient Native American technique of mosaic stone and shell inlay.
Michael Michaud · Artist Michael Michaud has been creating his Silver Season Jewelry collection since 1992 and has mastered the skill of manipulating molds into beautiful pieces of jewelry. Michaud describes his work as "copies of nature" since each piece is created directly from natural elements.
Ornamental Things · Natalie Tischler's methods include collecting, casting, polishing, riveting, rethinking and reworking objects into a collection of jewelry that is independent and vintage-inspired while evoking a romantic vision. She grew up in a small Texas town and studied Art History at the University of Texas. Natalie made jewelry as a hobby for twelve years before starting her Ornamental Things studio in 2004.
Roxann Astra Slate · Roxann Astra Slate grew up in a family of glass artists on the East Coast of the US and has been flameworking since she was 10 years old. Roxann has worked extensively at the Corning Museum of Glass with glass artists from around the world. She earned her BA when she was 19 years old from Bard College at Simon's Rock. Her work can be seen in many fine galleries and museum stores including The Brooklyn Museum, The Museum of the City of New York, The Corning Museum of Glass and the Galleries of An American Craftsman.
Vinosus Jewelry · Vinosus Jewelry is hand fabricated metalwork with only a little use of soldering, welding and casting. A signature brushed metal finish is applied to most of sterling silver and 14k gold-fill designs, with some offering a high polished finish. All pearls are fresh water, gems are AAA grade quality, and metals are sourced eco-friendly. When you wear Vinosus Jewelry you are wearing a piece of art made from the heart. All of Martin James Kneeland and Brit-Simone Sutter's Vinosus Jewelry is handmade in their Seattle, Washington studio.
Jangles · Ceramics artist Jennifer Heynen makes every one her ceramic beads by hand. Glaze is then individual painted onto each each bead, and the result is the Jangles line of handmade ceramic jewelry.
Blue Bus Studio · Incorporating over 500 colors of clay into a wide variety of intricate patterns, artist Tim Garvin's unique millefiori jewelry uses the ancient millefiori technique, which has been in practice by artisans for centuries. Through use of this technique, Tim's porcelain jewelry achieves unrivaled detail.
Calliope Jewelry · Calliope Jewelry is the union of artist Alena Fisse-Karr’s love for nature and her many years of experience making art. She has had formal training in metal-smithing, wire wrapping, design, and photography and has studied jewelry making under artists around the world from the Pacific Northwest to Asia. Her goal is to make jewelry that is timeless yet modern, whimsical yet sophisticated. Each piece is handmade at the artist's studio in Seattle, Washington.