The Artist Jay
I grew up with two wonderfully talented parents. My father gave me an eye for detail while working with him restoring exotic cars. My mother, a very talented painter, taught me how to envision and produce my designs.
Using the talents God has given me and the skills my parents have taught me, I began my career designing bead and wire wine glasses 14 years ago. 2007, I turned my attention to jewelry and now am able to do what I love and create beautiful fun and funky jewelry and art from the recycle bin for everyone to enjoy.
Working with a collaboration of artistic minds and hands, we will continue to create new designs for you to enjoy.
Most of our jewelry can be cleaned with a little soap and water. For heavier cleaning or to brighten your piece up, follow these instructions: 1). Aluminum Jewelry - Take a fine piece of steel wool, gently rub the jewelry and then wash with mild dish soap and water. 2). Brass/Mixed Metal Jewelry - Use Brasso and a terry towel to rub it in and the rinse well with cold water.
Tagua by Soraya Ceño
All of our products are handcrafted from a palm tree nut native to the lush tropical rainforests of Ecuador. Also referred to as the Ecuadorean Ivory Palm, the Tagua tree produces several bushels of seed pods a year with up to 100 Tagua nuts per pod. These nuts are then harvested, dried, and crafted into a wide range of products from vibrant modern jewelry, ornate figurines, to everyday items like shirt buttons. Also known as Vegetable Ivory, Tagua has the same appearance, density, and feel of animal ivory without doing any harm to any animals or the rainforests where it is gathered.
All of our Organic Tagua Jewelry is handmade and dyed using high-grade certified organic vegetable dyes imported from Italy. Our products are Proposition 65 tested and certified. Due to the scarcity and uniqueness of each piece, no two pieces are exactly the same. Additionally, the colors and/or color combinations available may also vary.
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