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Julia Anthony began creating jewelry when she was young girl growing up in Larkspur, Ca. She made her first necklace of soapstone beads she fashioned by sanding pieces of the stone across the cement patio in her backyard. She continued to make jewelry for family and friends and sold her necklaces at local craft fairs. The creative process has always been central to her life. After graduating from San Francisco State with a degree in Clothing, Textiles and Merchandising, she found her true passion was jewelry design. Some of her early pieces were made from re purposing parts of vintage jewelry she bought at the Marin City Flea Market. In 1991 she began selling her line to specialty stores and boutiques. Her wide array of designs range from bold and bohemian to delicate and sophisticated and are constantly evolving. For the past 10 years she has been setting up…

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  • Female
  • Born on March 18
  • Joined May 5, 2007

Favorite materials

vintage beads, buttons, vintage mother of pearl belt buckles, vintage treasures

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About

http://www.etsy.com/shop/JuliaAnthony
Julia Anthony began creating jewelry when she was young girl growing up in Larkspur, Ca. She made her first necklace of soapstone beads she fashioned by sanding pieces of the stone across the cement patio in her backyard. She continued to make jewelry for family and friends and sold her necklaces at local craft fairs. The creative process has always been central to her life. After graduating from San Francisco State with a degree in Clothing, Textiles and Merchandising, she found her true passion was jewelry design. Some of her early pieces were made from re purposing parts of vintage jewelry she bought at the Marin City Flea Market. In 1991 she began selling her line to specialty stores and boutiques. Her wide array of designs range from bold and bohemian to delicate and sophisticated and are constantly evolving. For the past 10 years she has been setting up 'mini- boutiques' in people's homes and selling her pieces to invited guests at what has become known as a 'jewelry party'. Julia says "When a woman comes to me and tells me how special wearing one of my pieces has made her feel it inspires me to keep creating"

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