Silver Gemstone Jewelry Handmade by Eryn

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Last updated on Nov 12, 2020

Welcome to Earrings by Eryn! Everything here is one of a kind, handmade in my home studio.

Join my email list to receive a monthly newsletter with special discounts, early access to upcoming collections, workbench updates, and more: http://eepurl.com/g4CrpT

I’m a member of Etsy Dallas: www.etsydallas.com



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Eryn Rosenbaum

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Production has slowed in my one-person studio since my two kids are learning from home, but I’m still (slowly) making jewelry. This is the latest, a fossil coral ring with a very substantial reticulated silver band.
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About EarringsByEryn

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On Etsy since 2016

Eryn is a self-taught metalsmith and jewelry artist in the Dallas area with a passion for lyrical designs and unique stones.

Hello! I'm Eryn, the jewelry designer, maker, and one-woman show behind Earrings by Eryn.

Every one of my pieces is made by hand in my home studio. I am a primarily self-taught silversmith/goldsmith, although I am currently learning new techniques at my local craft guild. I have been making jewelry for over two decades, and in 2016 I finally took the leap to begin my small business -- you guessed it, making earrings! Now, I make all kinds of jewelry, including rings, necklaces, bracelets, and of course, earrings.

I have a strong urge to explore artistically and to test every new design that I dream up, so you'll find a large variety of work in my shop at any one time. I find that my work tends to organize itself into several distinct styles, including modern textural, elegant simple, and Boho zen. It's all art jewelry, and it's all distinctly unique.

My workshop is my happy place, and I try to make something nearly every day. (Usually, I find it harder to stop working than to start!) For each piece, I choose the gemstones from my personal collection, come up with a concept and design, and hand-fabricate the silver and/or gold. There are many steps to bring the piece to a finished state, all of which I do by hand. I also do all the behind-the-scenes work such as keeping my online shop up and running, as well as showing my work at local markets and festivals nearly every weekend.

Right now I'm not showing in person due to COVID-19, but I'm hoping that will change soon. I hope you enjoy looking at my currently available pieces. Follow me on social media, sign up for my monthly newsletter, or keep checking back to see what comes out of my studio next!

Please don't hesitate to contact me with any questions.

To see photos of work in progress, see custom pieces, and claim new work before it is listed in my shop, follow @earringsbyeryn on Instagram and like Earrings by Eryn on Facebook.

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    Eryn is a self-taught metalsmith and jewelry artist in the Dallas, TX area with a passion for lyrical designs and unique gemstones.

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Last updated on Jun 19, 2020
Frequently asked questions
Custom and personalized orders

I sometimes, but not always, have availability for custom work. Please contact me to find out my current wait time, and to discuss ideas for your custom piece. Once we agree on an idea and a price, I will create a listing reserved for you. After you have purchased the reserved custom listing, I will execute the idea and send you photographs. When you are satisfied with the result, I will ship your one-of-a kind piece.

Please note that custom orders take extra time to complete before shipping, and are not returnable. However, I will work with you to make sure you are happy with the piece, within my abilities, before shipping.

Sizing details

If you have any questions about the size of an item or stone, please message me. I sometimes approximate sizes, so I would always be happy to do a precise caliper measurement.

If you would prefer a different chain length on a necklace, I would be happy to work with you to customize your order, in most cases for no extra charge. Handmade chains will incur an extra charge to extend, as will an addition of more than 6” to a chain.

Some rings can be stretched up to half a size larger, but most rings other than the made-to-order rings cannot be resized more than that. If you would like to have a ring in a different size than the one in a listing, please contact me to start a custom order and to choose a similar stone for your custom ring.

Care instructions

I use only the highest quality materials. I take care to build wearability, durability, and ease of use into every design. That said, silver does tarnish and wire does bend under pressure. Occasionally, stones will loosen in their settings due to wear and tear on the piece. If a stone is loose, you can can send it to me for repair.

If your silver looks darker or less shiny than you'd like, I recommend using a treated silver polishing cloth rather than a dip or abrasive.

If the wire components of your piece become bent, you can use gentle finger pressure to try to repair the bend. If the damage is beyond your level of comfort to repair, I would be happy to fix your item for you (if possible) for only the cost of shipping.

Wholesale availability

My simple drop gemstone line is available for wholesale arrangements at 60% of my Etsy prices, with a minimum order of 10 pairs. Please contact me for more details.

Gift wrapping and packaging

Each order is carefully and beautifully packaged. The jewelry is secured on a card when appropriate, tied into a delicate patterned organza bag, and finally placed into a small paper bag with a printed design. I ship this inside a bubble-padded envelope.

Sometimes I ship the item inside a jewelry box for extra protection. If you would like to be certain of receiving a box, please let me know at the time you place the order.

Gift wrapping purchased at checkout consists of a jewelry box wrapped in patterned paper and a ribbon or twine, then placed into a decorative organza bag.

Are the gemstones real?

Absolutely! I make every effort to buy from reputable sellers who fully disclose any treatments done to the stones. I prefer to buy real, untreated gemstones.

Some types of gemstones are treated, as an industry standard, to improve the color. This includes chalcedony, topaz, and most citrine and amethyst. The heat and/or irradiation treatment is considered permanent for these stones, and they will not lose their looks over time.

Other gemstones are often dyed to make lesser quality stones look "better". I make an effort to find un-dyed ruby, sapphire, and emerald, though this means that the color will be less saturated and more irregular than the dyed (or the very high-end) stones. I actually prefer the natural look!

Does your jewelry tarnish?

I use sterling silver, fine silver, and gold in my jewelry. Gold and 14k gold fill doesn't tarnish. Most sterling silver, however, eventually does oxidize and become darker. You can use a cloth specifically designed for polishing silver to remove the oxidization. This is a safe way to clean the silver and will not harm the gemstone. Please do not use abrasives or dips, as these may harm the gemstones or the silver.

What is 14k gold fill?

Gold fill is a high-quality and yet affordable alternative to solid gold. Gold fill is made by permanently bonding 14k gold to the outside of another metal, usually brass or an alloy, using heat and pressure. It can't discolor, chip, or flake off like other alternatives to solid gold, and it retains its value well. It is more expensive than solid sterling silver and contains much more gold than gold plate (vermeil), at about 5% pure gold.

Can you personalize my piece?

Some pieces have room to add personalized elements such as initials on the back. Please inquire!