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  • Firefly’s intricately embellished mosaics are inset with a combination of Swarovski crystals and various other materials. Firefly presents stunning pieces of jewelry comprising Austrian crystals & Czech glass beads with an intricate mosaic design.
  • Illustrated Light handcrafts every one of their pieces using stunning images from Colorado and other nature landscapes. Alongside the photography of David Clack, Illustrated Light partnered with artist Shelly Hearne. Her designs and delicate artwork are available in a wide variety of their jewelry styles. Illustrated Light earrings are hypo-allergenic, and contain no nickel. The ear wires are made of antique copper on steel or sterling silver planted. The prints are UV protected and water resistant. All of their jewelry is handcrafted in their studio in Fort Collins, Colorado.
  • Designed by talented artists from the United States and the Czech Republic, Kristina Collection is a unique jewelry line featuring handmade glass beads and an open, floating memory wire design. Kristina Collection was born from a desire to create something exceptional within the theme of glass and jewelry artistry. For over 15 years, their artists have been dedicated to creating unique designs that embrace a contemporary style, often centering around a floral theme. Each design is a work of art, a one of a kind piece, carefully crafted by hand.
  • For over 30 years, Marjorie Baer has been designing modern, sculptural jewelry that's beautiful, comfortable and wearable. In deep gold tones, bright polished silver, and rich oxidized metals, Marjorie Baer jewelry has a unique look. Her designs are elegant, architectural, bold, and distinctive with easy balance, dramatic movement, and light-weight layers. Her jewelry is a staple for women who value unique and eye-catching pieces that complement and enhance their own personal style.
  • As a teenager, Jim Mullan became intrigued with old watches, vintage toys, and scientific instruments.  In the process of taking things apart and putting them back together, he began pairing some of the old pieces with his favorite things found in nature, such as, bird, dragonfly and animal components to create one of a kind mixed media jewelry and assemblages. He enjoys combining natural materials such as, freshwater pearls and semi-precious stones, with found and recycled objects to give his designs a time worn, yet renewed feeling!
  • Renaissance Jewelry is handcrafted in their studio just outside Asheville, North Carolina. The glass is fired in a kiln to over 1400 degrees in several layers. Each color combination is unique, so no two pieces are ever exactly alike.
  • 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.
  • Sierra Jewelry is created in the studio of Sonoma Art Works, located in Sonoma Valley amidst the vineyards of northern California’s wine country. The jewelry is designed by the artist Cheryl Sirkus whose creations begin on her sketch pad and are transformed into the precious metals that are used. The majority of the original designs have been hand cast in sterling silver and 14k gold vermeil. They capture the feeling of elegance and femininity in a very understated way. The semiprecious gemstones and pearls enhance their subtle and natural beauty.
  • Silver Forest jewelry is enchanting, playful, full of color and texture. They believe that the difference is in the details. Their jewelry is made using quality materials and lovingly handcrafted in Southern Vermont. The ear wires are surgical steel or surgical steel with an 18k gold overlay. The ear wires are nickel-free; as there is no nickel used in the plating process. This is a significant benefit to the metal sensitive customers who can buy earrings with confidence. They use genuine semi-precious stones, glass beads, natural materials, and genuine Austrian Crystal to accent our jewelry.
  • The ladies of Tempest in a Teapot search the New Jersey/Pennsylvania flea markets and auctions for vintage silver plate flatware that is 60 -120 years old. These found pieces of Americana become glorified, recycled history. Creatively they “re-purpose” their finds crafting unique bracelets with easy to wear magnetic clasps. Another favorite from Tempest is their Angel Bell necklace……. The fact that silver plated flatware is no longer produced in the USA results in an artistic,  wearable piece of history! An ideal gift for the person who has everything.
  • Tom’s inspirations include: organic shapes in the New England countryside, the ocean in its fluid changing forms, and the music and dance that fill his life outside the jewelry studio and reminds him of the proportion, balance, movement and grace he strives for in his jewelry designs. His design process incorporates a lifelong exploration of linear forms in space, and attention to the interplay of aesthetics and the fabrication process (if it’s too complicated to make, it’s probably not a good design!).
  • Kim has always loved to draw so the fine detailing required in carving was just right for him. He has been a full time scrimshaw artist for 40 years. Once he purchases fossils from the Native American Indians in Alaska, he works around cracks, fissures and chunks of bark as he slices, polishes and engraves them. Thus a fossilized mastodon or mammoth develops a story of its own---designed and carved by Kim and reproduced by his wife, Katherine in a sculptural casting resin base. Kim creates a wide variety of designs including trees, nature, wildlife, women/fairies, nautical, Judaica, celestial...and the list goes on! Each engraving is also available as a standalone jewelry piece. Engravings are available as wearables, money clips and as framed and matted images.
  • White Light’s hand-crafted Sea glass jewelry blends ordinary recycling bin and vintage antique glass and mimics nature's process to create a unique environmental aesthetic. Each piece uses the extraordinary qualities inherent in the glass source to enhance the design, creating styles that are individual and distinctive. These creations satisfy today's consumers desire for beauty and the urge to help the environment.
  • John and Linda have been using the traditional methods of metalsmithing since the early 1970's to present their own interpretations of objects of adornment. They are inspired by their cumulative life journeys and the artisans that have preceded them. The metals of the studio are vast and include red brass, nickel silver, bronze, copper, fine silver and sterling silver.  The final pieces often include polymer clay, semi-precious stones, leather cords, and chains and become magical adornments that are treasured by their owners.
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