I have been a freelance artisan jewelry designer for over the past ten years.
I take great pride in creating each unique piece.
I pride myself in high quality workmanship, gained from many years of
bench work and jewelry classes.
It began as a Christmas gift for my daughter, who wanted a bead making kit.
Like a typical eleven year old, she got bored.
Then I picked up beading as a little hobby and couldn't put it down.
In 2006 I started studying at a well-known jewelry making school
where I continue to take classes to perfect my skills.
My work is primarily made from natural pearls and semi-precious gemstones.
I offer a blend of limited production and one of a kind jewelry.
I create what I dream and love what I do.
My unique designs usually come to me in dreams and are also inspired
by the gems and stones themselves.
I hope you enjoy my jewelry as much as I enjoyed making it for you.
Your jewelry should be the last thing you put on, and that sterling silver is meant to be worn the oils in your body will help to prevent tarnishing, but you'll still need to polish it from time to time and store separately in a plastic zip-lock bag to protect it from scratches and away from intense sunlight.
I recommend cleaning sterling silver, gold and jewelry with gems, stones and pearls, using a polishing cloth that you can purchase here or from any jewelry store. Please don't wear your jewelry when sleeping, swimming, showering, or cleaning. Never use sonic cleaner, boiling water or chemicals.
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