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  • Left Hand Studios, located in Colorado boasts three distinct collections of handcrafted women's jewelry. They have been in business since 1995 and their jewelry was conceived to provide women with stylish, affordable and comfortable earrings and necklaces. Each piece is made in the USA using only top quality, American materials. They take great care to ensure that their in-house production methods and materials are as non-toxic and environmentally friendly as possible. A favorite at Artisan’s is the Adajio collection inspired by a diversity of imagery from ancient art of the Americas to contemporary African, Asian and European motifs. Color and texture infuse each design in the collection with a unique visual appeal. Earrings are crafted with metal, glass and crystal beads, then completed with gold-filled or sterling ear wires.  The resulting jewelry is not only unique and colorful, but also lightweight and comfortable to wear.
  • All items by All Fired Up are designed and made in their studio in Milton, Ontario. Their medium is earthenware (low-fire ceramic). They employ a number of different techniques in making, decorating and glazing products – hand painting, silk screening, slip-trailing, sponging, airbrushing, dipping, wax resist. Sometimes, they use multiple techniques on the same piece!
  • Ann Carol’s jewelry designs are exciting and artistic. Ann continually explores and pushes the boundaries of metal and resin. Using sterling silver as a canvas, the resins are hand painted and then allowed to delicately air dry. Meticulous care is taken to ensure that every detail is special and something to be treasured. Some pieces take many cycles to fuse the colors into an intricately beautiful piece of wearable art.
  • Anna Balkan grew up in the Ukraine, where the culture was grey and resourcefulness was a necessity. "I've never had any preconceived notions of which colors go together. Because I lived in a world that was so drab, I thought all color was beautiful." Anna immigrated to the US as a political refugee in 1992 at the age of 20, alone, unable to speak the language, and with barely enough money to survive. Over a period of time, Anna's trust in herself and her tenacity enabled her to pursue her dream. Today, Anna Balkan Jewelry is a successful, growing business dedicated to the unique woman. At the heart of Anna’s jewelry is her wish for you to be beautiful and be you. When you find that right color combination of gems and metal that goes well with your complexion, it will go great with everything in your wardrobe simply because you are the common denominator. Each piece of Anna’s jewelry is a reminder to celebrate life and its beautiful moments. Let the power of color illuminate the power of you.
  • Anne Koplik’s jewelry collections are proudly designed and handcrafted in their Brewster, NY studio. Anne and her team of skilled American artisans handcraft vintage inspired jewelry with crystals from Swarovski®. Each piece is created for women who want to experience beautiful designs and have them for their own, at an attainable price. Their work consists of only the finest materials; crystal from Swarovski, hand mixed enamels, mother of pearl, solid brass, mixed metals, surgical steel posts for earrings, and more. To ensure your safety, their findings and chains are always 100% lead-and-nickel free. Anne designs can be seen on the very popular TV show “Dancing with the Stars”. She has worked closely with them for many years. The high quality Koplik antique designs with that famous sparkle of Swarovski is a must have for any wardrobe.
  • Founded in 2006, Anne Vaughan Designs was created so Anne could find a way to work while doing her first job – being a mom. Created in the basement of a tiny brick ranch home, Anne began creating one piece of jewelry a day as a side hustle after the birth of her son, Gabe. Soon her husband Aaron was creating displays and traveling with her to shows and teaching himself print and web marketing at night in order to help her.  As her collection grew she embraced the idea of layering. Her necklaces are stunning as one and become dramatic statements telling a story when worn in layers. Anne’s choice of materials and her expertise with color make her a stand out in the American handmade jewelry arena. Tens of thousands of pieces of distinct jewelry later (all handcrafted in her Virginia studio) and dozens of retail locations across the United States, Anne continues to design each individual item with a talented team of makers supporting her work.
  • The Austin Design company is a group of artisans that craft each and every piece by hand. They pride themselves not only in their original designs but also in the quality and workmanship that goes into every piece. They blend the colors and elements to create a feeling of the ocean. The sea-style glass used in the jewelry is primarily recycled glass, created from broken bottles, stained glass remnants, and beads. This colorful glass is broken, formed and finished in their studio, then tumbled with genuine beach sand, gravel, and salt water to replicate the roll of ocean waves. The resulting sand-etched finish turns these pieces into modern sea jewels, resembling the natural beach glass found along the shore. The matte finish and beachy colors combine in a peaceful way mimicking the peace found when sitting or walking any shoreline.
  • Corrine Hodel of Autumn Fern’s love for ferns first had her making her sun print handbags. Her sun print handbags are made using a linen blend material that she hand dyes using a heat sensitive dye. They have two main pockets with zipper closures and a back pocket with a Velcro closure. The lining is a cotton batik design. Corrine uses a variety of foliages and hand cut images, from ferns and leaves to dragonflies, butterflies and hummingbirds.
  • Torn between his passion for both art and business, David left his hospitality financial consulting career to travel the world to write, paint, and contemplate his future. After three years of adventures around the globe, he ended up in the East Village of New York City in 1991. Determined to pursue a more creative path, he purchased a small bag of beads from an African bead store and taught himself how to make earrings. The business grew as David drove throughout New York and New England selling his creations store-to-store. His travels eventually led him to the Mad River Valley in Vermont where he decided to relocate. Today, the Baked Beads company continues to grow by offering clean, colorful jewelry, scarves, and other accessories emphasizing style and moderate price points.  Most importantly, David, his wife Robin and their amazing crew are having as much fun making jewelry today as they were 25 years ago.
  • Basic Spirit is a homegrown company located in the seaside village of Pugwash, Nova Scotia. Their business and passion is to create gifts that touch the heart & delight the spirit. Using traditional methods of pewtersmithing with high quality, lead free metal, they put a fresh twist on their line of fine pewter.
  • Beach Kaleidoscope is handcrafted in New Hampshire. Stained glass artist Christina Eadie brings the ever changing beauty of the seashore to your home or office. Each piece contains a unique selection from nature including seashells, sand dollars, and beach glass.
  • Bill Campbell has been a potter for over 30 years. Across the country, his porcelain is admired for its spectacular color and elegant, crisp forms… each piece maintaining some of the energy of its creator. The glazes dance with surprising vibrancy in unexpected patterns. Functional pots become little moments of celebration within the day to day routine.
  • Bill Campbell has been a potter for over 30 years. Across the country, his porcelain is admired for its spectacular color and elegant, crisp forms... each piece maintaining some of the energy of its creator. The glazes dance with surprising vibrancy in unexpected patterns. Functional pots become little moments of celebration within the day to day routine.
  • Blanket Creek Pottery started in a garage in the country side of Kentucky in 2001. Each piece is handmade from start to finish, allowing them to be dishwasher, microwave and oven safe. Each product is unique with slight variations that serve as functional everyday use pottery, to gifts for any special occasion.
  • Bottle Benders’ chimes are made from wine bottles that are sliced up and melted down. The rings are then fired in a kiln to around 1500 degrees Fahrenheit until they melt flat. Bottle Benders takes a lot of pride in the making of their chimes out of the best materials. The string on the chime is made out of stainless steel, and will last at least 10 years.
  • Kathy Bransfield began her craft in Cincinnati. At a young age she traveled the country honing her skills and selling her wares. She now resides in sun soaked California and continues to be inspired by life’s complex beauty and all its diversity. Kathy is delighted to be able to share history’s most brilliant visionaries with you giving each piece a distinct meaning. Meticulously crafted in her sterling silver and 22k gold, she cleverly uses the two tones and creates a piece that opens to the very special messages. We love that the on looker knows there is something written inside and the wearer can choose to share it or keep it as their own personal inspiration. Each finished piece embodies the essence Kathy’s unfaltering cheerful spirit. Wear these words close to your heart.
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