How can I buy a piece of your work?
I release new pieces about every two months. My collections are comprised of a limited number of one-of-a-kind pieces and they often sell out quickly. I announce the exact date and time about one week in advance of the sale on Instagram and via email. Sign up for my email list or follow me on Instagram so you never miss a collection. I also have a limited number of pieces available for purchase in person or online at the Metal Museum. Please send inquiries directly to the Museum.
The piece I want to buy is sold-out. Will you make another one for me?
Once the pieces in a collection are sold, they will not be made again. However, I often return to a collection later and create new pieces around the same look and theme. So, if there's a particular collection that speaks to you and it is sold out, there will probably be similar pieces available in the future. Sign up for my email list and follow me on Instagram to be notified when new pieces and collections are available.
Do you accept custom commissions?
At this time, I am not accepting commissions. Thank you for your understanding.
Where do you ship to?
How do you ship orders?
Will you recreate one of your old designs for me?
I do not recreate my past designs. However, my work does tend to follow similar themes and motifs which I return to over time. You will probably find a piece similar to the one in which you are interested in a future collection. Follow me on Instagram to be alerted when new pieces and collections are available.
Is your jewelry made with real precious metal?
All silver in my jewelry is solid, not filled or plated, and is either made of .925 sterling silver, or .999 fine silver. When fine silver is used (typically in work made with the chase and repousse technique), the purity is denoted in the item description.
Gold that is used in my enamels is 24k or 23k gold, either in the form of a foil that is fused within glass, or a layer of 24k liquid gold fused to glass. Note that gold foil is not the same as gold leaf; gold foil is substantially thicker than gold leaf.
When I include gold elements in my metalwork such as gold bezels, ear wires, or other design details, I indicate the purity of the gold within the item description.
I also often also use alloys such as solid brass and bronze in my work, which will also be indicated in an item description.
How do I figure out my bangle size?
I offer four sizes for my bangle bracelets:
S: 2" Inner Diameter / 6.5" Length
M: 2.25" Inner Diameter / 7" Length
L: 2.5" Inner Diameter / 8" Length
XL: 2.75" Inner Diameter / 9" Length
To measure your hand:
If you cannot measure an existing bangle that you already own, measure your hand. Do so by touching your thumb and pinky together, then wrapping a cloth measuring tape around the widest point of your hand. The bracelet you order should be at least 1/4" larger than this measurement. I have found that plus-size women, those with arthritis, or those who prefer a looser fit will likely prefer a size L or XL.