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One weekend while shopping in a great little boutique near my home, I came across a beautiful handmade ceramic plate with the inscription “Do what you love, and you will never work a day in your life.”- paraphrased from Confucius

That saying really resonated with me. What is it that I would love to spend my time doing? After much thought, the answer came to me; “I love to work with my hands! I love to create things!,” and thus my journey in hand crafting jewelry began!

Along the way I was fortunate to be able to take jewelry classes and workshops to further my knowledge of techniques of the craft. Among them were training programs under the direction of Bob Hazeltine, a master jeweler, teacher, and an extraordinary gentleman to whom I owe much for his patience, pragmatism, and exceptional spiritual guidance and mentorship, as well as…

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One weekend while shopping in a great little boutique near my home, I came across a beautiful handmade ceramic plate with the inscription “Do what you love, and you will never work a day in your life.”- paraphrased from Confucius

That saying really resonated with me. What is it that I would love to spend my time doing? After much thought, the answer came to me; “I love to work with my hands! I love to create things!,” and thus my journey in hand crafting jewelry began!

Along the way I was fortunate to be able to take jewelry classes and workshops to further my knowledge of techniques of the craft. Among them were training programs under the direction of Bob Hazeltine, a master jeweler, teacher, and an extraordinary gentleman to whom I owe much for his patience, pragmatism, and exceptional spiritual guidance and mentorship, as well as certificate classes at the Revere Academy of Jewery Arts in San Fransisco, CA.

Day by day I continue to hone my skills and learn new lessons on this wonderful journey of self discovery, through the creation of jewelry.

Thanks for stopping by!
Julie at GaudyBaubles


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Bob Hazeltine resides in Santa Fe, New Mexico, where he continues to share his many talents with others through Hazeltine School of Fine Jewelry

For more information, contact:

Bob Hazeltine, Master Jeweler, Glassblower, Renaissance Man
Ph. (505) 400-3274

Santa Fe Jewelers Supply
3200 Mercantile Ct. Santa Fe, NM 87507
Ph. (800) 659-3835
info [!at] sfjssantafe.com

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