handmade talismans // future relics

Missoula, Montana | 1944 Sales


handmade talismans // future relics

Missoula, Montana 1944 Sales On Etsy since 2008

5 out of 5 stars (753)

LaurelHill is taking a short break


Note from shop owner ~* *~

Note from shop owner

Last updated on May 7, 2019

~* *~

Laurel Hill

Contact shop owner

Laurel Hill


Average item review
5 out of 5 stars
See reviews that mention:
quality 57 shipping 111 customer service 66
View all 753 reviews


What would a space queen wear spock-handskin-tone-4 Osha Collar, Petroglyph Collar, Uva Ursi Ring

Tagged in this photo

  • Osha Collar



  • Moonstone, turquoise, and agate sparkles

    Tagged in this photo

    Turquoise and moonstone on the bench, plus Amla, Osha, Linden, Hawthorn, Uva Ursi, Sulis, & Suma

    Tagged in this photo


    Future relics

    Laurel Hill Jewelry is inspired by the form and function of historical cultural adornment, the universal shapes and symbols that we recognize as significant. Pieces are handmade in the mountains of western Montana using traditional metalworking techniques with a focus on sustainability.

    Born and raised in the South, designer Laurel Hill has almost always been a jewelry-maker. After several lengthy cross-country trips in a converted school bus, she's probably going to stay put in Montana for quite some time as she finds endless inspiration in the surrounding landscape. While not in the studio, she’s likely running the local trails, eating jalapeno pizza with her husband, or tending to two cats, one dog, and three chickens.

    Laurel believes in the transformative quality of jewelry, its ability to elevate a mood (or your daily uniform of jeans and a tee). Her pieces seek to create a meaningful bond with you, the wearer.

    Shop members

    • Laurel Hill

      Owner, Maker, Designer, Photographer, Shipper

      Jewelry maker, trail runner, animal lover, freak for fermented foods

    Shop policies

    More information

    Last updated on Sep 18, 2016
    Frequently asked questions
    Why does fabrication take up to three weeks?

    It almost never takes that long, but I want you to be aware of the possibility in case I get slammed or castings have to be redone. Typical turnaround is a few days up to two weeks. Because Laurel Hill Jewelry is a small company (like, very small), I don't keep all inventory on hand at all times. I feel our energy and resources are best focused on the present, while taking up minimal space and creating minimal waste. I always have varied inventory on hand, and some pieces have a very quick turnaround time, so if you need something immediately, please get in touch! I'm happy to help.