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Visit www.meanderworks.com to see a complete collection of my jewelry- it's a beautiful site!

As a one-woman studio, I create each piece from raw materials to ensure that every one is unique, and so customers can share my passion, knowing that they have something made only for them. It is important to me that my jewelry be shaped, soldered, and polished by my own hands. I believe fine jewelry should be a work of art, not a mass-produced object cast and created by the thousands in the pursuit of profits. That also means making environmentally and socially responsible decisions--I use reclaimed materials from reputable suppliers to be certain the materials in my jewelry don't harm the earth or the people who work with them.
I want my customers to feel good about buying a quality piece of well-made jewelry, and knowing where it comes from. Together, we can keep alive and help sustain a tradition of fine…

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  • Female
  • Born on June 12
  • Joined March 21, 2008

Favorite materials

My trusty mini torch, recycled18K gold and sterling silver, white enamel, Micron pens, pigment markers, my special blue X acto knife, graph paper, pearled cotton string and paper so smooth its cool to the touch

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About

Visit www.meanderworks.com to see a complete collection of my jewelry- it's a beautiful site!

As a one-woman studio, I create each piece from raw materials to ensure that every one is unique, and so customers can share my passion, knowing that they have something made only for them. It is important to me that my jewelry be shaped, soldered, and polished by my own hands. I believe fine jewelry should be a work of art, not a mass-produced object cast and created by the thousands in the pursuit of profits. That also means making environmentally and socially responsible decisions--I use reclaimed materials from reputable suppliers to be certain the materials in my jewelry don't harm the earth or the people who work with them.
I want my customers to feel good about buying a quality piece of well-made jewelry, and knowing where it comes from. Together, we can keep alive and help sustain a tradition of fine craftsmanship and attention to detail.

Current Influences: Cacti, succulents, and exotic fruits found in my neighborhood, newly learned metals techniques, color theory, weather phenomena, street art.

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