SpottedDogAsheville

The original handmade botanical resin jewelry

Asheville, North Carolina | 6663 Sales

SpottedDogAsheville

The original handmade botanical resin jewelry

Asheville, North Carolina 6663 Sales On Etsy since 2009

5 out of 5 stars (1710)

Announcement   Resin jewelry in Asheville, NC, handmade by a lawyer turned flower farmer turned artist (me!). Supporting the creative, independent life.

Want to hear about future sales, new designs and farm updates? Please click here to join my newsletter: http://bit.ly/SpottedDogNewsletter

Check out more about my story and process here: http://etsy.me/1aiwMFM

Want to see what's going on behind the scenes in my studio and on the farm? Let's socialize:
Pics: www.instagram.com/spotteddogfarm
Behind the scenes: https://spotteddogfarm.com/blogs/blog
Sales and new collections: http://bit.ly/SpottedDogNewsletter

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Last updated on Feb 12, 2019

Resin jewelry in Asheville, NC, handmade by a lawyer turned flower farmer turned artist (me!). Supporting the creative, independent life.

Want to hear about future sales, new designs and farm updates? Please click here to join my newsletter: http://bit.ly/SpottedDogNewsletter

Check out more about my story and process here: http://etsy.me/1aiwMFM

Want to see what's going on behind the scenes in my studio and on the farm? Let's socialize:
Pics: www.instagram.com/spotteddogfarm
Behind the scenes: https://spotteddogfarm.com/blogs/blog
Sales and new collections: http://bit.ly/SpottedDogNewsletter

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Pouring silicone to make new molds. And if you're wondering if that's a popcorn container, it is! Silicone has to be vacuum degassed, and it rises like a soufflé, so it needs lots of room.
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About

An Unlikely Path to Full Time Artist

My Story:

I make contemporary botanical jewelry at my studio in Asheville, NC. I'm a full-time artist, but I've followed a slightly different path than most:

I've worked as a corporate attorney, started a family, launched a cut flower business on the family farm, and explored most of the mountain bike trails in Western North Carolina.

As you might have guessed, I like to stay occupied! I also like to figure out how to make beautiful things. I've enjoyed most every aspect of flowers and botanicals, from growing them myself to arranging flowers for local weddings, and now preserving their beauty in my jewelry.


My Process:

I produce my jewelry with exacting attention to detail, and a dedication to customer service. I love connecting with my customers - it's one of the most rewarding parts of running an Etsy business!

I use specialized techniques and equipment for every facet of my process. I make my molds using a vacuum degassing process, and cure my resin in a custom-made pressure casting system, all to produce exceptional resin jewelry.

I am proud of the quality of my jewelry, and stand behind it with superior customer service. I will do everything possible to make sure you are happy with your purchase. In the event that you want to make an exchange or return, just send a convo. It's really that easy. :)

Your Support:

When you support my Etsy shop you are supporting my dream to carve a different path - one that emphasizes creativity, independence, balance and family. Your support enables me to live my dream, and I thank you. xoxo

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  • Sumner Smith

    Owner, Creator, Designer

    Sumner used to be a lawyer, a stay-at-home mom, and a flower farmer (not all at the same time). Now she makes resin jewelry on her family farm in Asheville, North Carolina.

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