Kaya Sattva's Profile
I consider myself lucky to have been struck with the love of metal smithing and to be a maker of gifts we give ourselves and each other for beautification, commitment, ritual, and empowerment.
Some of the most rewarding moments I have as a jeweler are the times when I get to see how someone's look is immediately transformed in some lovely way as soon as they try on what was seemingly made for them.
Since 2006 I've enrolled myself in an array of jewelry classes which have lined themselves as stepping stones according to my evolving interests in craft and artistry.
Through thoughtful design, intentional fabrication, detailed crastsmanship, and the use of traditional metalsmithing techniques my work results in unique jewelry precious with meaning that appeals to the eye as wel…
- Born on January 20
- Joined December 1, 2008
pure and sterling silver, recycled 14k and 18k gold, semi precious stones and raw stones, clay, wood, bone, silk, true leather and faux leather, rubber, glass, feathers, forgotten projects and serendipitously found objects, divine inspiration