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Jewelry  "Sites I Like"

Wicked Stones is a family business located in Northern Ontario, Canada. They design and create a range of jewelry from stone, semi-precious gemstone chips, beads, glass and pewter.  Celtic and Pagan designs predominate.

Cyndi Lavin of MAZEL TOV! Jewelry Treasures makes jewelry for "For outstanding women who don't mind standing out". One necklace in her Trade Bead Jewelry Gallery she describes as "not for the faint-of-heart!". I can only describe her work in Sculptural & Lampwork Jewelry as varying from  pretty and delicate to noticeable and colorful. Cyndi's pendants made from vintage optician's lenses are quite unique, but my favorites are probably her Timeless Treasures" Pins made from recycled watch parts, computer chips and other miscellanea.

Debra Brown makes jewelry for many tastes. For the larger lady there is a range of plus size jewelry made using a wide range of materials including Hematite, Turquoise, and Labradorite. There are separate pages for bracelets and earrings. The jewelry for men collection has necklaces, chokers and bracelets made from a variety of materials such as bone, shell, copper and stone.

Indigoskye Bead Fashions is the handmade bead jewelry business of Wendy Van Camp. She makes OOAK handcrafted bead jewelry, featuring semi-precious stones or art glass, and findings of sterling silver, gold-filled or copper.

Eclectic Earrings & Beaded Jewelry features Beaded Jewelry, Earrings, Necklaces, Bracelets, Anklets and Eyeglass Holders made with fine Austrian Swarovski Crystals, Czech Glass Beads, Silver, Gold and Pewter. For the Eclectic in you!

Finally you will need somewhere to keep your jewelry, and these Jewelry Boxes handcrafted from fine exotic woods are created using traditional joinery techniques to produce an heirloom you will admire daily.


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