· 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.
· 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.
· 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.