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Natamezzo on Aug 26, 20225 out of 5 stars
Beautiful! Mid-low profile makes this statement ring easily wearable.
hhessenius on Aug 4, 20225 out of 5 stars
“Poseidon” is a heavy & beautiful ring. I love wearing it. It’s as close to swimming in the Caribbean as I can get for now. Seller is very talented & sent some rocks w/ my purchase….I love rocks:)
hhessenius on Aug 3, 20225 out of 5 stars
I love this piece! Absolutely gorgeous. I get lost in its beauty. The chain that came with “Jupiter” is weighty and quality. I will be back for this artist’s creations. Bravo & thank you!
Misty on Aug 2, 20225 out of 5 stars
Omg this is beautiful!!! Love this shop! Great quality! Great vibes! 💜
Diane on Jul 31, 20225 out of 5 stars
Love love love I have 5 necklaces! Will buy more
stacybarnett502 on Jun 30, 20225 out of 5 stars
This is my 2nd necklace made by Lizz and I love it.If you live close to Louisville ky and are going to the st.James art show in oct make it a point to check out her booth and meet her in person.Will not be disappointed!
kelly on May 12, 20225 out of 5 stars
Have ordered several pieces of jewelry from Lily in Flux and love them all :) Just as pictured and arrived quickly :)
Lucas on Apr 26, 20225 out of 5 stars
Beautiful necklace, good quality and craftwork! Happy to shop here again. Many thanks!! 🥰
Adventurous Jewelry For The People
Hi! I’m Lizz, creator and designer of Lily In Flux, Adventurous Jewelry for The People. I transform stones, fossils, crystals, organic materials, and found objects into wearable art. Although I make each piece in the present, my jewelry more often feels like it’s from the past; ancient artifacts excavated from some sunken treasure ship. Every winter, I travel to the fantastical Tucson Gem Show to hand select the materials in my jewelry. From huge rough crystals to tiny, delicate opals, it’s one of the most magical scavenger hunts you could ever imagine. I love meeting with rock hounds and geologists, and learning about where the stones, artifacts, and crystals came from. The inspiration for design follows, and flows with endless possibilities.
Every piece from Lily In Flux - most of which is one of a kind, or part of a limited edition, and many of which are unisex - is made using several different techniques, including soldering and/or copper electroforming, as well as oxidizing, grinding, and polishing. The result is a distinct, relic-like aesthetic. I think of copper electroforming as a kind of alchemy, a mix of science, art, and a little magic. It is the finicky process of orchestrating copper growth onto a conductive surface using an electrolyte bath and electricity that can take anywhere from 16-48 hours to complete. From start to finish, each piece takes several days to complete.
Since 2009, I have been dedicated to creating and sharing my jewelry with the world. I believe that making something that enhances another person's life, however small a difference it makes, enhances my life and adds to the overall joy in the world. All of my work is uniquely imagined and handcrafted by me in my little home workshop here in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Some history about the artist:
Lizz Godfroy studied all the art forms she could through the open curriculum of College Of The Atlantic in Bar Harbor, Maine, where she earned a colorful BA in Human Ecology, a global discipline that focuses on the idea that all things are interconnected. Sculpture, painting, photography, improv, multi-media performance art, and installation were among her favorites. After graduation she opened an alternative art gallery in the tourist town, a place where she and other artists coloring outside the lines could sell their work. The space was a fun and inspiring hub for the town, hosting many events and activities, not the least of which were elaborate, fantastical parade floats every year. After 5 years in Maine, she and her family moved the gallery to Covington KY and renovated a historic church into an art gallery and event space. Then, in 2009, the economy tanked, the Covington Art District fell apart, and the gallery closed. Since 2010, Lizz has been a full time artist, traveling around the midwest making and selling art, which is magical and challenging and always an adventure.
Owner, Maker, Designer, Curator
I'm grateful that I get to do what I love every day, revel in the hunt for raw materials, design and make jewelry, vend at shows and festivals, all boss lady style. I am drawn to objects with history and energy, and treat each piece like an artifact.
A small batch local printing company located in Cincinnati. Aaron Kent is the owner/operator and offers classes and DIY printing spaces.
Accepted payment methods
Returns and exchanges
I gladly accept returns and exchanges
I don't accept cancellations
The following items can't be returned or exchanged
- Custom or personalized orders
- Perishable products (like food or flowers)
- Digital downloads
- Intimate items (for health/hygiene reasons)
- Items on sale
Returns and exchange details
****or if I am out of town at a show, it may take over a week to ship, thank you for being patient.
Additional policies and FAQs
I am often too busy for custom orders, I may not be able to fulfill your request.
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Cincinnati, OH, 45223, United States
Frequently asked questions
-Don’t wear your piece in the shower, while swimming, or while exercising. Salt will oxidize the copper faster.
- Take copper rings off while sanitizing/moisturizing hands.
- Store your copper jewelry in a closed jewelry box or plastic bag if you don't wear it every day.
The pieces are sealed, but after time, some skin discoloration is normal and is not harmful, it all depends on your body chemistry. Every body reacts a little differently. Green discoloration on your skin will wash off with warm, soapy water. Changes in the patina of the copper is normal with regular wear. Personally, my rings stay shiny with regular wear and tarnish slightly when not worn every day.