Bespoke pieces

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Russian wave

Inspired by a traditional Russian bead weaving stitch called Jabot. Jabot is translated as a “cascade of lace” and is a term for the lace sewn into the front opening of a man’s shirt in the 17th century. The undulating movement of this stitch reminded me so much of the way metal bends and forms under the careful work of a hammer and flame, the two seemed to be meant to work together

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Araña Collar

This necklace is made in the traditional netted weave of the Saraguro people of southern Ecuador.  This stitch inspired my Telerana necklace

Materials: seed beads, nylon thread, 2003


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One is Two Ring

Two separate rings that fit together to form one ring

Jabot Necklace

Jabot Collar

This piece was the inspiration for theRussian Wave Necklace I made in 2007, it is made using a traditional Russian bead weaving stitch called jabot which means “bit of lace.” Materials: seed beads, bugle beads, antique glass button, 2002


Hammered Gold wedding bands

14k recycled gold


NDebele Collar

Created using traditional beading stitches of the Ndebele people of South Africa.

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Floating Fans Necklace

A sustainable wearable art pieces made from recycled coffee stir sticks and silver wire.



Sustainable sapphire engagement ring

A gorgeous blue Montana Sapphire sustainably mined and cut in Montana.  Set in recycled silver


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Two Finger Ring

Ring that is worn on the middle two fingers