Welcome to My Favorite Jewelry Designers…

Please take a look around and see if you too can discover “Your Favorite Jewelry Designer”.  All of the jewelry on this site is artisan created, one-of-a-kind pieces.

Keeley Thatcher Bio

I am driven to create beauty in this world. Jewelry is the perfect expression for me at this time as it brings much joy to both myself and the person who chooses it. Women deserve to feel beautiful, and if my jewelry helps them to know their inner beauty, if for even a moment, then I have done my job.

Darleen Dominguez

Melding funky with glitzy comes naturally to Darleen Dominguez, owner of Choca Loca Designs.

I fell in love with papers,textures,embellishments, and all such products conceivable for my

handcrafted stationary business…which naturally led me to designing leather goods.

I have always had a great desire to design pieces to wear..and now I am..

I’ve designed a collection of “repurposed leather into cuffs & hand bags and other wearable art.

I am a mom of two..Spookie and Jack-Jack, both give me great joy and feedback in my studio…

Cecile Brownlee Bio

Cecile Brownlee first realized her love for making jewelry several years ago while spending time at Old Baldy Club in Saratoga, Wyoming, her favorite golf retreat.  Since then, her love for jewelry artistry has grown to parallel her love for golf, but it still takes a backseat to her greatest loves – her husband of 34 years, her children and her grandchildren, who fondly refer to her as “Cece.”  A lifelong resident of Dallas, Cecile is an active member of Bent Tree Country Club, where she served as the 2007 President of the Women’s Golf Association. 

Cindy Bagwell Bio

A lifelong crafter and lover of art, Cindy Bagwell has been making jewelry for

eight years.

I love texture, and find inspiration in the tiny landscapes contained in stones.
Stones, glass, wood, pearls and silver are my favorite materials, and I LOVE to
incorporate “found” objects and one-of-a-kind antiques and vintage pieces in my
work. I’m devoted to the tiny differences that elevate unique, handmade pieces
above mass-produced items.

Deb Love Bio

I have always been creative, thanks to my mom. She started me with small cross stitch projects when I was very young. Later came the needlepoint. I can’t sit and do nothing with my hands! I was a professional calligrapher for many years and did a lot of work for Neiman-Marcus. I have always had a love for jewelry so when I first went into Splendor in the Grass to take my first lesson, I was hooked! All those beads and all those marvelous colors….oh my! I love to do silk knotting, making long necklaces of many colors. I use a lot of vintage brass, copper and silver pieces that I can mix in with the beads. I’ve been referred to as a “bead-aholic” which, I think, says it all!

Sally Lewis Bio

I’ve been designing and creating jewelry for over twenty years. I have been teaching jewelry making and design for many years and receive so much pleasure from my students learning to create their own pieces of art. I believe jewelry should be fun to wear and that each person makes their own individual statement by the jewelry they choose.

I use semi-precious gemstones, freshwater pearls, African trade beads, handmade lamp work beads, sterling silver, gold-filled and vermeil in my designs. I love a combination of leather and silk to string with. My favorite stone is turquoise and my favorite technique is knotting.

 

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