• Bracelets

    Your wrists deserve some adornment as well, and these bracelets are the perfect accessory for almost any outfit. Not too heavy or too big, but a perfect size for the wrist.

  • Copper

    Shiny, reddish copper was the first metal ever manipulated by humans, and it remains an important metal in industry today. My copper jewelry is made either from “fold-form”, copper tubing, or copper Viking Knit jewelry.

  • Precious Metal Clay

    Precious Metal Clay – or PMC – was developed in the early 1990’s in Japan by metallurgist Dr. Morikawa. Precious Metal Clay consists of microscopic particles of pure silver or fine gold powder and a water-soluble, moist, non-toxic, organic binder that has a clay-like texture and appearance resembling modeling clay.

  • Viking Knit

    Nearly 1,300 years ago Vikings used long pieces of silver and gold wire to weave ropes. These woven wire ropes were then stretched and made into jewelry for famous and powerful Viking leaders. This wire weaving is called Viking Knit (or trichinopoly chain.) Modern artist are now calling it Viking Knit.

  • Chains

    Perfect for hanging a pendant from, or simply wearing by itself.

  • Collars and Necklaces

    The size and weight of a necklace can be a personal choice, but it is also a matter of enhancing your overall ensemble, not overpowering it. These peices are blod in color and design, yet soft in texture and appearance.

  • Earrings

    These selections encompass a variety of tastes with striking colors from various gemstones to really accentuate their beauty. No special occasion required.

  • Pendants

    Nothing compliments an ensemble more than the perfectly chosen neck adornment. With any of these striking creations, you are sure to catch the eye of those around you, perhaps even find yourself the subject of envy. These pieces are suited for both casual and formal attire.