This collection features polymer in a traditional blue and white Delft floral pattern surrounded by antiqued sterling silver and small, round lapis lazuli.
NEW! Dots & Lines Collection
Clean and contemporary, this collection features an assortment of rounded geometric forms covered with patterns of short lines, long lines and domed dots.
Patterned Leaf Collection
Lavender and olive green patterned polymer is attached to metal leaf shapes with small, ball rivets and intertwined with wire spirals and tiny metal cups.
Patterned Polygon Collection
Bold, polygon shapes of patterned polymer and metal are domed and assembled to alternate convex and concave forms. It's a pleasing riot of pattern and complementary colors.
Vintage Nature Collection
Vintage floral and leaf patterns adorn both polymer and metal in this collection. Designs by the famed William Morris are layered with etched and patterned metal and small gemstones.
Dreamy watercolor washes are framed by sterling silver settings and tiny gemstones. Using light-fast pigments, real watercolor is hand-painted on polymer and sealed to last. Each piece is a like a small painting.
I make all of my jewelry by hand using sheets of sterling silver or copper, wire, raw polymer and small gemstones.
Some of my favorite inspirations are plants, flowers, vintage quilt patterns and wallpaper. I've tried to capture them in collections of necklaces and earrings in a range of sizes and prices.
Careful attention to the construction and durability of my jewelry designs is important to me.
I bring color and pattern into my designs by layering durable polymer and textured sterling silver or copper.
Attention to Detail
Whether a tiny, semi-precious stone or a bit of 24K gold, details make all the difference.
What's it made of?
Frequently people say that my jewelry is beautiful and different, which is a lovely thing to hear. They recognize the silver and copper I've used, but often don't recognize that the other material is polymer.
I came to jewelry-making with a background in graphic design and illustration. Finding a material that allowed me to realize my vision was a blessing. I can make practically anything I want with polymer and it’s tough and long-lasting.
Learn more about background, inspiration and
step-by-step jewelry-making process in the short video below.