Hidden inside old-school printer cable is a rainbow of wires, ready to be repurposed into colorful bracelets.
Personal, emotional and intensely of its time, hairwork resonates with both antique sensibilities and contemporary meaning.
Dress up a pair of basic hoops with colorful twine and wooden beads for a DIY take on a summer trend.
From his home in Israel, Arthur Kemelman turns precious fragments into pieces of jewelry that beautifully fuse wood, stone and gold.
For jewelry artist Claire Kinder, baby teeth are the fossils of our childhood, fragments worthy of a shrine.
A look through the family photo album reveals different generations of women, each of her era and each with a singular and inspiring sense of fashion.
A heartfelt gift leads two women to Bob Dodd, a remarkable folk artist who spent seventy years turning celluloid fragments into rings.
“I love embroidery and most of all I am inspired by the traditional Ukrainian designs.” – Natalka Pavlysh
“The memory of a loved one captured in my work is rewarding and helps me to keep life in perspective.” – Kerstin
Pop open a bottle of wine and have a jewelry party with us!
Designer Pamela Foeckler creates intimately scaled talismans reminiscent of totem poles, monuments and memorials — all rendered in elemental hues.
“Something new, well planned, elaborate and aesthetically ambitious that is precisely crafted – these are my criteria for quality in handmade things.”
Mirror Mother Nature this spring in vintage floral prints, handmade pastels and updated basics.
“For the current handmade renaissance to last, it has to be sustainable not only for this generation, but also to the next.”
There’s more to beans than a tasty burrito. Adorn yourself with the seeds of the world!
“I greatly admire craftsmanship, and surround myself with objects that bear the human touch.” – Laura Treloar
“Everything began with my desire to bring the mystic of the past into the present and show it ‘under a new light,’ from my own perspective.”
“There’s really no secret to creating — it’s just taking the time to sit down and try again until something happens.”
“It’s such an expression of love to sit and make something totally unique with my own two hands.” — Jennifer Hagler
“I wanted a piece of jewelry reflective of who I was that would also look stylish to my grandchildren, 50 years from now.” — Courtney Prince
“Happiness takes a certain amount of bravery and risk, and probably some failure.” — Marisa Howard