Jewelry is a meaningful way of expressing oneself. We look through websites and scour the stores around us to find the perfect necklace, or pendant that compliments our own features: our personalities and values made manifest. Sometimes we find JUST the right one, other times it’s out of reach… If only it were longer, silver, more green, used a few more Serpentine crystals!

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“Steady Eye of the Serpent” rosary created in honor of Medusa and The Unflinching Gaze

As a jeweler, my most fulfilling projects have always been creating custom pieces for my clients. Often, they are dedicated to a deity and spell work. Other times, it is one adornment that they have always wanted, but never found in the physical world. I do my best to listen to my clients for whatever their unique desire may be; whether it is something completely new or an old piece of jewelry that needs some fresh life.

“Direction Talisman” necklace honoring Odin, Freya and the Vegvisir of the Norse Tradition

When I collaborate with my clients, we discuss what the intention is for each piece. What elements must be present, which colors and tones are important, and how they want to feel when they wear it. We talk deities, mythology, personal practices and wardrobe to come up with what jewelry needs to be birthed into this world. When it is completed, we seal our Work with a custom fitting so that it fits just right.

Reversible bronze necklace in honor of Luna Moths and Faeries

As of February 2018, my wait list for commissioned charms is full! I will announce when I reopen my schedule for custom jewelry. Please check back periodically or follow my blog for up to date information so that we can work together to create just what you desire.

Two-of-a-kind Silver moon bracelets in honor of Ross and Violet’s friendship

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