Maia Rainwood ~ Fire * Metal * Stone ~

Burbank, California · 748 Sales


Maia Rainwood ~ Fire * Metal * Stone ~

Burbank, California 748 Sales On Etsy since 2010

5 out of 5 stars

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Announcement   Maia Rainwood Design ~ Emerging, Spring/Summer 2017


Last updated on Apr 20, 2017

Maia Rainwood Design ~ Emerging, Spring/Summer 2017


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Average item review
5 out of 5 stars
Shawna Jaquez

Shawna Jaquez on Jun 20, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

I adore all the jewelry I own from this shop. These are no exception.

Anne Cushman Schwaikert

Anne Cushman Schwaikert on May 25, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Love them. I replaced the backs because I have a terrible time with French hooks -- can't tell you how many I've lost over the years. I keep an inventory of lever backs on hand just in case... Since I replaced the backs, I've hardly had them off!


tasyab on Apr 24, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Gorgeous earrings, very happy, highly recommend

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The Fairy Godmother is back.

Adornment is a way to tell our stories without words. To celebrate our sacred life transitions, and to symbolize our deepest, juiciest hopes and dreams. It is meaning, worn. A self-taught metalsmith, I use skills developed during a lifetime of exploration in creating functional and beautiful handcrafts. Archetypal shapes and imagery, mixed with luxurious and sparkling gemstones, mixed metals, art beads, vintage textiles, and natural elements; I create jewelry that will remind you of one essential thing: you are so much bigger on the inside.

I began Honey&Ollie Designs in 2009. It had a great run, from Crafted at the Port of Los Angeles to working the Northern California Faire and Celtic music festival circuit. We closed our doors in 2015 and said goodbye.

Maia Rainwood Design re-emerged in early 2017. Magic, metal, fire and stone. The Fairy Godmother is back. Life is an adventure. May yours be beautifully illustrated, empowering, joyful, and ever evolving.

You can find out more about the process, the art, and the thoughts at the blog -


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  • Rainwood

    Owner, Maker, Storyteller And Lifestyle Jezebel

    I'm a birth doula, metalsmith, artist, and fairy godmother. I love illustrating stories in ink, metal, fire and stone.

Shop policies

Last updated on April 20, 2017
Each of my pieces is handcrafted with love and care. I really hope you love what you see and that you find something special here.

Accepted payment methods

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I happily accept Paypal, Visa, Mastercard, and Discover for all transactions.

If you are a California resident, you will be charged sales tax.
I ship via First Class US Mail, usually within 3 days of your order. First class shipping within the continental US is always free. You can purchase a Priority mail upgrade if you need something faster.

Orders are all sent with tracking. If there is a delay or a shipping problem, please DO NOT hesitate to contact me so that I can assist you in resolving it.

please be aware that while I am more than happy to ship anywhere in the world, but shipping for international orders is not free. Also, I am not responsible for additional customs or fees, tariffs or any other taxes you might be presented with at your post office when your package arrives. Thank you.
Refunds and Exchanges
Each piece I create is one of a kind, made with quality materials and is handcrafted with care. I do not accept returns or exchanges. As all sales are final, please consider carefully before you buy.

If your piece is lost in shipping, doesn't arrive, and we can't track it, I will refund you all charges. Sadly I cannot offer refunds on items that are delivered and then stolen from your porch.