· California-based artist Ellen Thurmond uses recycled sterling silver wire with glass beads or natural gemstones to create handcrafted, eco-friendly Tree of Life Jewelry. It is important to Ellen that her pieces be non-toxic and as eco-friendly as possible - for this reason she does not use coated craft wire, mystery metals, or certain types of gemstones. Ellen owns and operates Ethora studio in Novato, California.
· 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.
· 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.