I’m inspired by the minimalistic clean lines of the 1930’s Modern interior design style with a splash of contemporary colors and basic shapes.
The jewelry I sell is handmade.
In my shop, handmade means that I use traditional metalsmithing practices to fabricate every piece. I cut out each shape with a traditional jeweler’s hand saw from sheet metal and wire, I solder them with my torch, and file and shape the designs by hand. I use hand tools to make every design, and for almost every process (I use a machine, my tumbler, for a final polish and shine, but only after I’ve hand-sanded and hand-polished each piece!). This creates a handmade superior product that was truly made with love by hand.
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Your classes are just amazing and I have learned sooo much from Cindy Pope’s classes on the Silhouette machines. She breaks it down so any beginner can learn. I didn’t take my Curio out of the box for a year until I watched her class. Now I’m addictedBeth B
Thank you for the informational class last night, and for the notes, it looks like a great product to work with. Best Wishes,Brenda
You are a truly generous soul to share so much with the community. I am constantly impressed by the extra effort you put into everything you do. A true inspiration.Bridget D.