Handcrafted jewelry inspired by literature.

Cincinnati, Ohio

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Last updated on Aug 4, 2022

My shop is temporarily closed while I catch up on other work. Thank you for your understanding!


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About bhueydesigns

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Live in the moment and have fun.

Creating jewelry allows me to use my creative side while helping to provide for my family. It is truly the perfect combination - I'm doing what I love, and it benefits the people I love.

My goal is to provide my customers with quality products that are both elegant and affordable. And because most of my jewelry is inspired by literature, my pieces are fun and full of personality.

I design and create all of my pieces in my in-home studio, also known as my basement. I want my customers to love their jewelry as much as I loved creating it. Wearing a piece from my shop should make you feel special. If it does, I feel like I've done my job as a jewelry designer.

Shop members

  • Brigid

    Owner, Maker, Designer, Curator

    My name is Brigid, and I live in Cincinnati with my husband, Kevin, and two children, Evelyn and Tristan. I love to knit, drink hot beverages, and travel via my imagination.

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Last updated on May 9, 2022
Frequently asked questions
Custom and personalized orders

I gladly accept custom orders. Please message me for more information.

Care instructions

All jewelry tarnishes over time with exposure to air and the skin's natural oils. To keep your jewelry looking shiny and new, store it in the enclosed plastic bag when not in use. Shine up jewelry using a polishing cloth; I do not recommend using an active tarnish remover as it removes a layer of the silver finish.