We create handcrafted demi-fine natural gemstone jewelry that re-imagines classic styles.

We believe that jewelry empowers women, therefore we create pieces that reflect confidence and style. Our pieces are hand-fabricated from start to finish in southern New Jersey with eco-friendly practices.

Our Story
While working 9-5 in the corporate world, I got tired of big brand jewelry. The jewelry wasn't the best quality and the styles were obviously manufactured. Accessorizing was important to my identity though; it was more than just fashion or style. I felt that the jewelry I chose to wear reflected who I was as a person.

So down the rabbit hole I fell into the world of handcrafted and artisan jewelry. Unlike manufactured jewelry, handcrafted jewelry is unique and oftentimes better quality because the materials sourced are better quality. The problem I had though was I liked contemporary and fine jewelry styles and was having a difficult time finding pieces that fit what I was looking for at the price I wanted to pay. That's when I had the idea to begin creating my own jewelry pieces.

For over a year I experimented, learned through trial and error, and began to love metal smithing. Silversmithing became a passion and I realized I wanted to share my love of jewelry with others.

Through my designs, I want women to feel confident and beautiful while owning long lasting pieces that are affordable.

♡ Lo F.

Social Responsibility

Do you know where your jewelry is coming from? We do.

Social responsibility is important to us. We believe in ethically made products, fair trade conditions, supporting other small businesses like ours, and using recycled materials whenever possible. We strive to contribute to sustainability and do our part to minimize waste.

The eco-friendly practices within our studio includes:
‣ Toxic chemical reduction through use of least hazardous products
‣ Recycling metal scraps to re-use and use of recycled metals
‣ Recycled packaging materials
‣ Appropriate disposal of hazardous materials
‣ Conservation of energy and fuel practices