IbisElement

Handmade Artisan Jewelry

Orcas, Washington | 176 Sales

IbisElement

Handmade Artisan Jewelry

Orcas, Washington 176 Sales On Etsy since 2016

5 out of 5 stars
(60)

Announcement   I am out of town from Saturday, November 17 through Friday, November 23rd. Orders placed during this time will ship on the 24. I appreciate your understanding.

All items listed are ready to ship! Please don't hesitate to message me with any questions.

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Last updated on Nov 17, 2018

I am out of town from Saturday, November 17 through Friday, November 23rd. Orders placed during this time will ship on the 24. I appreciate your understanding.

All items listed are ready to ship! Please don't hesitate to message me with any questions.

Margaret Schafer

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Margaret Schafer

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Updates

New pieces hitting the shop this week! Here's the first, a classic ring in solid brass.

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We finally have these studs back in stock!
Thrilled to be listing 10 new items in the shop this week!

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About

Ibis Element creates singular modern jewelry in bronze and brass. Our line of earrings, pendants, and rings invokes styles of antiquity but remains distinctly modern.

All our pieces are handmade using the lost wax casting method. We finish each piece by hand with great attention to detail and a great deal of love.

Margaret and Sheila, the creators of Ibis Element, are a creative duo based in the Pacific Northwest and the Midwest respectively.

Shop members

  • Margaret Schafer

    Owner, Creator

    Margaret lives on a tiny island in the San Juan Islands, in a cabin in a foggy, mossy forest. She is an amateur naturalist, a lover of insects, and curious about all craftsmanship.

  • Sheila Majumdar

    Owner, Creator

    Sheila is a Chicago-based artist with an MA in art history and three years of experience working as a production manager on Jeweler's Row. She now works for an art museum and spends her free time daydreaming, designing, and realizing works in metal.

  • Ben Straub

    Photographer, Wood Turner, Symmetry Consultant

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