Small batch cast pewter & gemstone jewelry

Denton, Texas 94 Sales On Etsy since 2017

3.5 out of 5 stars (10)


Small batch cast pewter & gemstone jewelry

Denton, Texas | 94 Sales

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Hailey Glass

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Last updated on Feb 26, 2018

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On Etsy since 2017

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  • Hailey

    Owner, Maker

    Hi! I cast + finish all of the jewelry you see here. I learned pewter casting in 2009 & the desire for more never left my mind. My unique process & style came from a lot fun experimenting in 2017 & I'm so happy to share these pieces with you. :D

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Last updated on Aug 31, 2017
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Sizing details

Make sure you know your size before ordering, I am not responsible for rings that don't fit :D

Care instructions

Treat your jewelry as a work of art, do not wear in the pool or shower. Be mindful of situations that could cause damage or wear and tear on stones finishes & cording.

Wholesale availability

Message me! I can produce duplicates for most of my jewelry styles.

-Due to my production process and use of natural stones each piece is somewhat unique.

-Sometimes I only have a certain amount of a specific stone type, so I produce certain styles in limited runs.

Custom and personalized orders

Do you see a ring you want but with a different size or stone? Message me and we can talk about it :D

Message me for any other custom order inquiries, I'm open to it!

What is PEWTER and why do you use it?

Pewter is a metal alloy made mostly of tin and antimony.
The pewter I use is 100% lead free.

-It is NICKEL FREE & safe for most people with metal allergies.

-It does not RUST.

-It won't turn you GREEN.
The worst I have seen is some grey smudging on the finger, but it depends on your body chemistry/PH levels day to day.

-it does not TARNISH like silver, once it's shiny it's shiny!
Just give it a little polish with a microfiber cloth every once in a while to keep it looking nice.

~In my opinion it is an under appreciated metal :D~

My method of casting would not be possible with another metal, so THANK YOU pewter!