Yes. I can work with any type of fabric to make necklaces, bracelets, earrings or cufflinks.
Both resin finish and bare lace are available. Some people love the look of exposed lace and others prefer resin for its glass-like look and added protection.
Your jewelry piece can be made with just about any color background you can imagine. Darker colors add more contrast to the lace, while creams, whites and pastels offer a softer look.
Absolutely. Necklaces and other jewelry items made from loved one's fabrics are a popular request and I have made many.
Yes. The silk underlay can be laid under your lace to make a pendant or any other jewelry item.
Darker backgrounds create a beautiful contrasting look with lace. I love the idea of using an indigo or teal fabric behind your lace for a pendant or other jewelry piece.
Yes. I have a large collection of lace including vintage and antique pieces. I can choose something beautiful for your jewelry piece.
We cut the chain right here in the studio and can make it pretty much any size you would like. Just include a request in your order notes indicating desired length and we will be happy to customize it for you.
We offer sterling silver and gold vermeil pendants with custom monogram, initial and name engravings.
I can work with most fabrics including beaded organza. If your fabric is very thick or heavily beaded I would suggest ordering jewelry items that are finished with resin rather than the bare fabric designs, in order for your pieces to look their best. I do offer cufflinks which you can find here.
When possible a rush order can be requested. This will depend on how busy we are. If you want something special for Christmas, a wedding or other holiday it is best to order at least 3 weeks in advance. If you need something faster, please get in touch. We may be able to accommodate you.
Yes, we work with bridal salons and can make custom necklaces or other jewelry pieces as thank you gifts for your brides, using lace from their dresses. You can get in touch to discuss an order here.