MyBeata

UNIQUE HANDMADE JEWELRY & ACCESSORIES

Bonn, Germany | 1003 Sales on Etsy

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Announcement    My Beata is a modern, creative jewelry brand founded by Bonnie Beata Rüppell based in Bonn, Germany. Bonnie makes jewelry pieces for people who want to stand out from the crowd, who are looking for something out-of- the-box. She is passionate about transforming simple materials such as rope and thread into something precious, special and covetable. Her vision is to create unique, outstanding pieces that bring joy and excitement to the wearer.

Follow My Beata on:
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- Pinterest: www.pinterest.com/mybeata

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Last updated on May 22, 2019

My Beata is a modern, creative jewelry brand founded by Bonnie Beata Rüppell based in Bonn, Germany. Bonnie makes jewelry pieces for people who want to stand out from the crowd, who are looking for something out-of- the-box. She is passionate about transforming simple materials such as rope and thread into something precious, special and covetable. Her vision is to create unique, outstanding pieces that bring joy and excitement to the wearer.

Follow My Beata on:
- Instagram: www.instagram.com/mybeata
- Facebook: www.facebook.com/mybeata
- Pinterest: www.pinterest.com/mybeata

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Spring is just around the corner! New armcandy available in 10 different colors!
a glimpse into my creative room blue_heart

About

ABOUT

Hi, I'm Bonnie, owner, maker and designer of My Beata.
I studied Educational Sciences and Psychology and during the time working freelance as an educationalist, I started to feel a strong need to be creative and to find a venue for my creativity. At the same time I was looking for a unique piece of jewelry, something that was totally different from what you can find in the shops and stores.

The story of my handmade business began with a with a piece of rope and some thread that one day in 2012 fell into my hands. I started to curl that yarn around the rope to see what it will look like - it was the birth of my first necklace. It was a very simple piece but still flashy enough to get first compliments on it when wearing it around my neck.

From that day on I couldn't stop making one piece after the other. I spent more than a year developing my products, going through a long phase of experimenting, inventing and improving. Making this kind of necklaces, later joined by bracelets, grew into a great passion.

With the time I fine-tuned my skills, my designs became more sophisticated and I extended the range of different materials. I am particularly proud of my hand-manufactured magnetic clasps which are made of copper, brass or bamboo.

At the beginning of 2014 I felt ready to finally open my first german based internet shop and started to sell my items online. The next big step was the opening of my shop here on Etsy. Selling on Etsy is a great opportunity to establish and grow my handmade business. Etsy has made it possible for me to reach buyers from all over the world and spread my jewelry around the globe. In 2015 I was lucky to be one of the winners of Etsy's annual Design Awards for Germany and Austria.

In July 2016 my shop and my story was featured on the Etsy Blog. Read the article here:
https://blog.etsy.com/en/featured-shop-my-beata/

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  • Bonnie Beata Rüppell

    Owner, Designer, Creator

    - Educationalist - One woman business owner - Jewelry maker and designer since 2012 - Etsy-Shop owner since Nov. 2014 - Nature lover and music lover

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Last updated on Aug 26, 2016
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Care instructions

*Cleaning and care*
To enjoy your textile jewelry for a long time, please store it well protected from moisture, dust or pet hairs. Little stains or other contaminations should be cleaned with a clean damp cloth. Moisten the cloth with warm water and a mild detergent and carefully wipe off the stain. Then wipe with clear water several times and finally carefully dab dry.