My name is Emily and I live in Portland, Maine, making jewelry, wandering on beaches, collecting rocks and reading books. I love sharing my interests and inspirations here on my blog.
Jennifer Fisher has a bad ass selection of great jewelry. From bullets and spikes to skulls and spinal columns, there are tons of awesome pieces. Right now though, I’m really into the simple hoops with great silhouettes. These earrings make … Continue reading
I’m loving these jewelry designs by Ruth Tomlinson right now. My favorite designs feature encrusted gems and gold that seem to be growing over a pearl or a ring band. I think they’re gorgeous little sculptures, and great studies in … Continue reading
I’ve been hard at work designing some new jewelry this past week, and I’m excited to share a few peeks with you: I’m pleased to be offering a bronze version of my Hymenoptera Ring. The warm, golden color is really … Continue reading
I’m really fixated on spikey pendulum shapes for jewelry. This is nothing new, but I came across some new, inspiring pieces I just had to share: I love this last necklace soooo much! From the rhinestone chain to the big … Continue reading
I came across this ring, and I’m obsessed! Sadly, I can’t find the original source! (found here) (found here) Isn’t it awesome! Update: I found this ring for sale here!
I can’t get this ring out of my head: I love all those brilliant cut rubies (set upside down!) that look like a heap of punky studs on a glorious gold band. Her website requires a “code” to view anything, … Continue reading
I’m seriously considering adding this incredible crab claw ring to my personal collection: Tiffany Chou makes lots of simple and striking ocean themed jewelry. Best of all, it’s pretty affordable (in my opinion anyways…).