OlivOva

The Jewelry of Katia Olivova

Sitka, Alaska On Etsy since 2009

OlivOva

The Jewelry of Katia Olivova

Sitka, Alaska | 131 Sales

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I'm a third generation glass and jewelry artist, originally from the Czech Republic. Growing up in a family of artists, art and design have always been a major part of my life. in 2003 while studying glassmaking in Kamenickly Senov, I met a young American glassmaker, Steve Pflipsen, who was studying Czech techniques. We fell in love and married while I finished my studies at the well-known jewelry making school in Jablonec. Seven months later we moved to our home in Western Wisconsin to collaborate in our work. In the fall of 2014 we decided we needed a change of scenery and moved to the most beautiful place I've ever lived, Sitka, Alaska.

I have spent considerable time researching and experimenting to develop the unique soldering and metal working techniques I use today in both my jewelry making and our glass sculptures.

All of my work is made by bending sterling silver wire into "frames" and filling those frames with lead-free soft solder. If you have any questions don't hesitate to ask!

Announcement

Last updated on Mar 17, 2018

Welcome to my shop!
I'm a third generation glass and jewelry artist, originally from the Czech Republic. Growing up in a family of artists, art and design have always been a major part of my life. in 2003 while studying glassmaking in Kamenickly Senov, I met a young American glassmaker, Steve Pflipsen, who was studying Czech techniques. We fell in love and married while I finished my studies at the well-known jewelry making school in Jablonec. Seven months later we moved to our home in Western Wisconsin to collaborate in our work. In the fall of 2014 we decided we needed a change of scenery and moved to the most beautiful place I've ever lived, Sitka, Alaska.

I have spent considerable time researching and experimenting to develop the unique soldering and metal working techniques I use today in both my jewelry making and our glass sculptures.

All of my work is made by bending sterling silver wire into "frames" and filling those frames with lead-free soft solder. If you have any questions don't hesitate to ask!

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About OlivOva

Sales 131
On Etsy since 2009

Katia Olivova's Mixed Metals Jewelry

Started as a shop for Katia's jewelry and the sculpture she makes with me (her husband Steve) Katia now concentrates most of her artistic efforts on her real passion, jewelry.

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  • Katia Pflipsen Olivova

    Owner, Maker, Designer, Soft Solder Sculpting

    I'm Katia, I'm Czech, I grew up in a family of glass artists and I love to draw, design and work with wire, soft solder and other materials.

Shop policies

Last updated on June 18, 2015
Steve and I want you to be happy and comfortable with your purchase. Feel free to ask any questions and we will get right back to you.

Accepted payment methods

Accepts Etsy Gift Cards and Etsy Credits
  • Money Order
  • Check
  • Other Method
Returns and exchanges
If you are not happy with the piece for any reason let us know within 7 days of receiving the shipment, ship the piece back and we will give a full refund after receiving it..
Payment
We happily accept Paypal. Contact us directly if looking to pay via a different method.
Shipping
Many of the pieces are in transit at the moment, please allow an extra week for shipment. Thank you for you patience :)

Contact us if you would like a signature required.

We ship for free to the US via USPS Priority mail with insurance and tracking. Steve typically gets to the Post office the following business day and it typically will arrive 2-3 business days later, left at your mailbox.

We use Priority Mail for international locations and tracking may not be available and will take longer to arrive.
Additional policies and FAQs
We are happy to re-size pieces and do most repairs for free, depending on the extent of the damage.