Prairie Jewelry from the Flint Hills of Kansas

Manhattan, Kansas · 534 Sales


Prairie Jewelry from the Flint Hills of Kansas

Manhattan, Kansas 534 Sales On Etsy since 2008

5 out of 5 stars
Gayle Dowell

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Gayle Dowell


Average item review
5 out of 5 stars

hanalee72 on Apr 18, 2018

5 out of 5 stars

These are organic and lovely design, they are sized well, not too big or small. The turquoise looks genuine / natural as described and pictured. Fast delivery.

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My Inspiration

I transform metal into works of art inspired by my love of nature and the Kansas prairie. Some of my pieces are one-of-a-kind creations that will not be reproduced exactly and are as varied as nature. Each piece is made to the highest quality for your enjoyment for years to come.

I make my own handmade molds from natural elements, and handpick plants and flowers around my home on the Flint Hills Prairie of Kansas. My best selling items are my prairie grass pieces that are made with native prairie grass. Take a look around and see nature suspended in metal forever to be cherished.

Shop members

  • Gayle Dowell

    Owner, Maker, Designer, Curator

    My backyard is the Flint Hills prairie. Nature is my inspiration for almost all of my art, especially my jewelry designs. I'm most happy when I'm outside with nature or working creatively on a project.

  • Prairie Dawg


    Protects me from prairie critters and helps me scout out new grasses and flowers each season for my designs.

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Last updated on Jan 11, 2018
Frequently asked questions

Wholesale availability

I do wholesale on a limited basis. Contact me for more information.

Custom and personalized orders

I do custom orders when time allows. Contact me for specific requests.

Care instructions

All jewelry orders come with a complementary polishing cloth. I use raw metals that will get a patina over time. Using the polishing cloth on the raised surfaces will add more dimension to pieces that do not have a patina applied already.

Storing your jewelry in an air-tight plastic bag can help reduce rate of tarnishing.

Gemstones should not be polished.

Do not wear jewelry while swimming, using hot tub or spa, cleaning with chemicals or other solvents which can damage both metal and gemstones in jewelry.

Use caution with activities that may damage the physical structure of your jewelry or cause excessive wear.