Indie designer jewelry made from scratch!

Brownsville, Oregon · 1756 Sales


Indie designer jewelry made from scratch!

Brownsville, Oregon 1756 Sales On Etsy since 2011

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Paula Barnett

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my060104 on Aug 16, 2017

5 out of 5 stars

Thank you so so much Paula for this beautiful ring! It's peeerfect! I so love it very much and interestingly my husband loves it too! I am so glad I asked you this custom ring!

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tiny moonstone orb ring in 14k is the perfect stack ring with a modern feel full_moon_with_facenew_moon_with_face
Oooo moonstone engagement ring now in rose gold
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Paula Elaine Barnett

Jeweler based in the lovely and lush Willamette Valley of Oregon by way of a small beach town in Southern California.

Paula is completely self taught and all her work is made from scratch using raw materials. She believes that art is life, and that anyone can do anything if they really want to.


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    Owner, Maker, Designer, Curator

    Self taught indie jeweler living in the Oregon countryside.

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Last updated on Jul 29, 2017
Frequently asked questions

Wholesale availability

I'm not currently accepting new wholesale accounts at this moment, but please feel free to inquire.

Sizing details

Rings without stones can be resized; rings with stones may not be able to be sized down (it depends on the ring). For fine jewelry, it may be best to have the ring resized locally, and for rings with delicate stones, it would be ideal to find someone who specializes in laser welding. But please contact me if you need a resize.

Care instructions

Brass and copper will tarnish! Tarnishing depends on your skin's pH, and can result in a green finger. If this happens, keep the ring clean by wiping with a soft cloth throughout the day. You can also coat the inside with clear nail polish or a metal lacquer to create a barrier between your skin and the ring. Sterling and solid gold can tarnish as well.

There are many cheap, eco friendly, and non toxic ways to keep your jewelry clean. I love super hot water and Alum (found in the spice department) or citric acid (found in the canning / pickling section.) Polish with a cloth for a shiny finish or gently rub with fine sandpaper for a brushed finish. Jewelry with stones should only be polished with a cloth or rubbed with fine sandpaper.

Custom and personalized orders

I can customize anything; just ask!