Please welcome our newest members!
Buderim, Queensland. Australia
Wearable Art with a contemporary edge drawing on innovative designs
influenced by over 40years living in the Outback of Australia. I try
to source unique lapidary material from all over the world and cut
mostly freeform shapes which are set in my jewellry along with
precious and semi precious
Richmond, VA. USA
I am a metalsmith and writer living and working in Richmond, VA.
Little Rock, AR. USA
My name is Melanie, and I enjoy basic jewelry fabrication with
silver, argentium and copper. I have done some enameling, some
casting, some experimenting with pmc. I love to collect gemstones,
and tools, and to read about making jewelry.
Misti D Kallas
Pickle Pot Studio
Lubbock, Texas. USA
i have been making jewelry for about 9 years now. i have recently
started some very basic metal smithing. i have fallen in love with
organic metal jewelry styles. i am currently trying to teach myself
to silver solder and having the most difficult time.
Pocatello, ID. USA
Rose Anne Lee
Santa Clara, CA. USA
I’m new to jewelry making, it started as a hobby, and I am learning
new skils all the time.
Leann M Feldt
Noble Metals LLC & Eco-Gold Studio
I own a custom jewelry boutique and make most everything myself. I
am currently working on a wholesale line as well.
Joyce M Akred
Cincinnati, OH. USA
I am mainly a lampworker but also enjoy creating finished pieces for
myself and as gifts. I just returned from the Gathering
(International Society of Glass Bead Artists annual meeting) where
one of the themes was “Out of the Box” to get us thinking of more
than beads. I am currently dabbling in combining PMC with glass. So I
thought I would join this list to see what everyone else was up to
and hopefully share things I learn as well as have a resource for
ps I do have a website but it is woefully out of date and on my to
Tequesta, FL. USA
My company exports U.S. hand-made jewelry to Europe.
Susan Marion Tarkenter
S.M. Turmeau Jewellery
Dunoon, Argyll, Scotland
I am a jeweller living on the Cowal peninsula in Argyll, Scotland. I
went to Edinburgh college of art till 1995 and have been living in
Innellan since 1997 and have had my business for 10 years. I work
mostly in sterling silver and cabochon stones. Nature stops me in my
tracks it so beautiful and is a constant design feature in my
jewellery. Kilt pins and penannular brooches are something I like to
do also, keeping my feet firmly planted in Scotland.