Many of whom have been very instrumental in the success of my other internet websites.
Aaron Houser and Heather Rainer Houser are hand making jewelry in Nevada City, California. This copper pendant is awesome! They have much more for you to see here: ImmortalElement
Stormy is creating jewelry for you in Saint Francisville, Louisiana. I like the raw and natural look many of her pieces have. Just use this link to her store to see more: THEHOUSEOFMINERALS
George Weaver designs and hand creates his pieces in Oregon City, Oregon. To see more beautiful sterling silver, gold, and copper pieces like this one, use this link to his store: GWjeweler
Contina Hope uses a variety of media to create in Shreveport, Louisiana. Here though, I am focusing on her jewelry. This one reminds me of Tiger Eye! I hope you will use this link to her store to see her other pieces: bayouglassarts
Maria Mc'Rocks designs jewelry in Houston, Texas. Her pieces incorporate items which make them unique one of a kind artworks you are not going to find at the mall. Earthy pieces like this one and more can be found by using this link to her store: MetalPearlsFireStone
Elena and Konstantin work wool into jewelry for you in Westborough, Massachusetts. To see how creative they are with this material, please use this link to their store:weaverbirdstore
Deborah Close is an Artisan Metalsmith in Columbus, Ohio. Treat yourself to wearable works of art and visit her store to see more by using this link: DeborahCloseDesigns
Michael Romanik hand crafts his fine jewelry in East Cleveland, Ohio. Isn't this fish wonderful? I went looking for pieces that were true one of kind works using cloisonne techniques and found his store here: MichaelRomanik
Shaun Slifer is working out of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in a craft so ancient, we have no way of knowing how far back it goes. Although the art of Scrimshaw refers to what was once the art of sailors working with whale bones and/or ivory, the art of carving on bone goes back much further than that. A dear friend once made a pair of feather shaped earrings for me out of carved bone and then used the art of Scrimshaw to work an inked feather design into their surface. So I am glad to see Shaun has continued in an ancient tradition. To see more of his pieces, you can use this link:
Susan Dysinger designs her jewelry in Central Pennsylvania using beautiful stones. I really like this one because I love lavender and purples. I hope you will use this link to see what else she has made: NorthernLitesJewelry
Suellen uses an interesting technique for her jewerly designs in Globe, Arizona. She specializes in bead crochet and woven designs. I crochet lace, and I have crocheted beads into my lace, so I know this is not an easy skill to be using to make her lovely jewelry. I hope you use this link to see what she has created: SuellensCreations
Ewelina Pas creates her designs in Roselle Park, New Jersey. I chose her store for this post because I love carved stone and these labradorite carved wolves are awesome. She has them in a variety of stones including tiger's eye. She works with genuine gemstones. Each stone is unique because it is natural. No two stones will ever be the same, so you can be sure that no two pieces of jewelry will ever be identical. Use this link to see all of the other pieces she has desigined:EwelinaPas
Selda Okutan designs and creates truly unique one of a kind items of jewelry in Miami, Florida. Each piece tells it's own fascinating story. This one is just the tip of the iceberg. Take a moment to see her other creations: SeldaOkutan
Amber Van Meter hand makes these incredible glass beads in Arvada, Colorado. Beads can be used to decorate quite a few items, so check her store to see more! Na0sGlass
Vicki Robinson hand makes her beautiful pieces in Frederick, Maryland. I have often admired her work and I hope you will visit her store to see more than just this lovely set of earrings. To me they say, spring cannot be too far away. GlassRiverJewelry
David and Helen Worcester always amaze me with the stunning jewelry they create in Fallbrook, California. For more fine handmade artisan jewelry like this one, and Valentine's Day is coming up, please visit their store here: VerbenaPlaceJewelry
Lynn in Camano, Washington, has created a unique style of jewelry this secret embroidery floss hoarder really likes! In my book, one can't ever have too many colors on hand. I love these embroidered bracelets. She has designed quite a few for you to see here: Sidereal
Setsuko Sanagawa designs and creates her fine jewelry in Toronto, Canada. I have often admired her work, such as this lovely ring. She has many more for you to choose from:
https://www.etsy.com/shop/KeepsakeDesignsbyCMM Cindy often uses handcrafted glass lampwork beads in her pieces. She is located in Fairbanks, Alaska.
Most of them made by Desertbugdesigns in Calument, Michigan.
https://www.etsy.com/shop/KapKaDesign Eva Miller located in Kelowna, Canada
Eva's main website is:
Virginia Wulf in Seattle, Washington, is one of those with a very interesting and well written "about" page. I hope you are curious enough now to go read it and then shop!
Gayle hand fashions her jewelry designs, in Franklin, Tennessee.
Often with a bit of a message. Like this one!
Emma works out of San Francisco, California. There is something special about lockets. Like hidden messages in bottles. She has a stunning variety of them to show you.
Kara designs her jewelry in Aurora, Colorado. I especially enjoy the use of stones in her work. These are beautiful.JewelryDesignsByKara