FAQs (or just stuff I want you to know)

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What is the tiffany technique?

The tiffany technique is a unique method of metalsmithing that is used in stained glass and jewelry. The solder is applied over burnished copper or brass, and is an alloy of tin and silver. Our solder contains no lead. It is a wonderfully flexible method of jewelrymaking that allows for greater creativity and sculptural elements. In my studio, it is used in tandem with traditional metalsmithing and sterling silver elements to create the perfect jewelry (in my humble opinion).

Do you do custom work?

I do! Custom pieces are some of my favorites to make. Shoot me an email through my contact page and let's chat! Certain pieces that are not resizable can be made custom for the same cost of the inspiration piece. Please refer to my shop policies page, linked above, for details. Let's make art together!

I do not charge a specific custom fee for custom work but extra costs may be included if I need to acquire extra materials and whatnot. 

Where do you source your materials?

I currently get my porcelain clay from Seattle Pottery Supply. All of my pearls are, at the moment, inherited and reclaimed secondhand. My chains are from a trusted ebay seller, which are manufactured in China. I use Canfield Silvergleem and Harris Sterling solders, Ruby Red flux, and Hakko soldering irons. If you have further questions about my materials and process feel free to reach out! But be warned, I love to talk about it so you might not be able to shut me up.

How do I find my ring size?

Excellent question! Click here for a video how to find your own ring size at home, or you can purchase a ring gauge online. Keep in mind that your fingers change size at different times depending on temperature or how you use your hands! You may have to change which finger you wear your rings throughout the day. Resizable rings are an excellent choice if you notice this often. 

Are all your necklaces right handed?

Correct! I put all clasps on the right for consistency, however I’m happy to make an existing or future necklace left handed. Just ask!

Do you do wholesale?

Yes! My current wholesale offering can be found on Faire, linked here: 


Feel free to reach out with further questions!