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About My Designs

All my designs are one of a kind. That is the beauty of the way I work. I use many different elements in my designs.
I use quality items and elements that add interest. The following list is what you can expect to receive when you purchase my jewelry.


I use real gemstones in a lot of my work. This is my preference and I use them whenever I can in my designs.
Problem: I can’t fire most gemstones embedded in the silver clay in a kiln at 1650 degrees, they explode. So, I need to use different kinds of bling. You will find elements like Cubic Zirconia, which can be fired, nano-stones, and anything else that will work within the design.
If there is a gemstone in the design you have chosen I will include a brief description of that gemstone and its metaphysical properties in that package. You can always find more detailed information online about that particular gemstone. I choose the jewelry I wear when a certain piece draws me in, it almost chooses me, even if its something a little different than I am used to I get a certain pleasing energy from it.
It’s wild how a piece can make me feel and next thing you know it’s one of my favorites. I encourage you to allow yourself to follow your feelings about the piece you choose. It could just pick you!


Metal clay is just that: clay that has metal in it. I use PMS silver metal clays that when fired in a 1650 degree kiln become 99.9% silver. You will know when silver clay is used in my designs when it says silver in the title or description of that item.


All my earrings have sterling silver ear wires, whichever style I use, they will always be sterling silver. 


The chains offered on this website will be sterling silver. They are subject to change depending on availability and you will be informed if there is a change in your order. If you are buying a pendant they do not come with a chain instead you can choose what you like from different styles and lengths.


These bracelets are unique because I use buttons that I find whether in a store, online or at a garage sale. They are interesting elements for a certain style of bracelets I make.


A troy ounce is a unit of measure used for weighing precious metals that dates back to the Middle Ages. Originally used in Troyes, France, one troy ounce is equal to 31.1034768 grams, according to the U.K. Royal Mint. One standard ounce, used to weigh other items such as sugar and grain, is slightly less at 28.35 grams. The troy ounce is retained even today as the standard unit of measurement in the precious metals market to ensure purity standards and other common measures remain consistent over time. The troy ounce is often abbreviated to read "t oz" or "oz t."
I determine my pricing for each item containing silver by weight. This is why you see a variety of pricing, it is based on the amount of silver in each item.

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