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Welcome to my online shop! For as long as I can remember, I have loved jewelry. I couldn’t wait to get my ears pierced with I was thirteen so that I could spend my hard earned babysitting money on the biggest earrings I could buy. But my fascination with the craft of jewelry making really started when I visited Arizona in 2009. Through my visits out west I was exposed to some of the best jewelry artisans as well as the lore behind the metaphysical system of spiritual and physical benefits of stones and crystals. I began to experiment with different beading and wire wrapping techniques and the rest is history.
I opened my online shop in September of 2012 and it has become a gradual success. I work with stones and crystals from all over the world. I regularly make trips to Mount Ida, Arkansas- touted as the “Crystal Capital of the World.” I work mostly with raw and natural crystals and semi-precious gems. Their…

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  • Born on May 26
  • Joined September 28, 2012

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Jenny Choate Jewelry

About

Welcome to my online shop! For as long as I can remember, I have loved jewelry. I couldn’t wait to get my ears pierced with I was thirteen so that I could spend my hard earned babysitting money on the biggest earrings I could buy. But my fascination with the craft of jewelry making really started when I visited Arizona in 2009. Through my visits out west I was exposed to some of the best jewelry artisans as well as the lore behind the metaphysical system of spiritual and physical benefits of stones and crystals. I began to experiment with different beading and wire wrapping techniques and the rest is history.
I opened my online shop in September of 2012 and it has become a gradual success. I work with stones and crystals from all over the world. I regularly make trips to Mount Ida, Arkansas- touted as the “Crystal Capital of the World.” I work mostly with raw and natural crystals and semi-precious gems. Their shape and color when they come from the earth is their purest form and nature’s best artistry. Please follow me on instagram @jennychoate and stay tuned for updates on my displays in local galleries and festivals.

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