Jewelry making became an integral part of my life at the age of 9. It has gone with me to all the places I have lived, the stages of my life as a girl, a woman, a mother… It has been an anchor and a pillar throughout my life. Exploring different mediums, techniques, I have traveled extensively, collecting beads, both new and old, which have become the core of my inspiration.
Diane Berry Glass
Handmade fine silver, gold, and bronze jewelry incorporates precious stones and pearls. My nature inspired pieces use natural textures in these precious metal clay designs. I’m a PMC certified instructor.
Gardens of Glass
Buck and Arleta Lynn are long time Treasure Hunters. They have made a business of what they most enjoy doing…finding, cutting, polishing and setting gemstones. Using Precious Metal Wire and an ancient Egyptian technique they create signature peaces which some clients treasure as Heirlooms.
I hand cut stones into beads and pendants – using many found stones from Northern California and Southern Oregon. My jewelry is influenced by ancient cultures, particularly the Maya of Mexico
Marty Hogan Jewelry
Pine Tree Jewelry
Sabine has created a line of jewelry that is truly different. Described at times as contemporary with an ancient feel, modern/medieval, whimsical/sophisticated, perhaps capturing some of the paradox that makes life interesting. Using silver, gold and stones each piece is created to be as unique and as individual as the person who wears it.
Sierra Gwin Jewelry by Sierra Gwin
112 Elm St., Medford, OR
All items I produce are made of re-cycled sheet copper and brass. I use an acetylene/oxygen torch to cut and assemble art pieces. All of the coloring is done with the torch, whether an art piece or jewelry. All items that I sell and design are hand made by me.