Announcement Handcrafted artisan jewelry, art and photography by Mitzi Warren. Like our Facebook page for exclusive discount codes! www.facebook.com/celticartisans
Handcrafted artisan jewelry, art and photography by Mitzi Warren. Like our Facebook page for exclusive discount codes! www.facebook.com/celticartisans
Formerly known as Mystical Creations Gallery, we officially changed our name to Celtic Artisans in 2010 to better reflect our gallery. Only the name has changed though! We still proudly offer Mitzi Warren’s beautiful handcrafted "Mystical Creations Jewelry” of Fine (.999) and Sterling (.925) Silver, Goldfilled, Bronze and Copper pendants and charms accented with genuine gemstones, crystals (natural and glass), wood and leather.
Visit our website at www.CelticArtisans.com which is currently under construction with only a few shopping cart tagged items, but many examples of Mystical Creations Jewelry and Pendulums as well as Mitzi’s Celtic Landscape Photography and her father Pat Warren's , original signed and numbered Celtic pencil artwork.
Hopefully you’ll also visit Celtic Artisans in person at our shoppe in the Lighthouse at Swashbuckler Grove during the PA Renaissance Faire and Celtic Fling in Manheim, PA. We also have a booth at other Celtic Festivals, NJ Renaissance Faire and Craft Fairs in MD, PA, NJ and VA.
If you would like to contact us about a piece or for any reason, please send me an message through here or at Mitzi [!at] CelticArtisans.com
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Returns and exchanges
Deliveries to MD and PA will pay appropriate 6% Sales Tax.
Cancellation of orders accepted prior to shipment for full refund.
Additional policies and FAQs
Many of our original and classic Celtic Designs are handcrafted by Mitzi Warren using Metal Clay in Fine Silver, Bronze and Copper.
Metal Clay is a clay-like medium used to make jewelry, beads and small sculptures. It consists of minute particles of metals (such as silver, gold, platinum, or copper) mixed with an organic binder and water. Alloys such as bronze or steel are also available. Metal clay can be scultped or moulded just like any soft clay. After drying, it can be carved, sanded and then fired in a variety of ways including in a kiln, with a handheld gas torch, or on a gas stove. Once the binder burns away, you have a piece of pure, sintered metal.
Silver metal clay results in objects containing .999 pure silver - aka Fine Silver, which is ideal for enameling. Although gold metal clay is much more expensive to use, the color and richness is phenomenal.