Phiden

handmade jewelry

Baltimore, Maryland · 47 Sales

Phiden

handmade jewelry

Baltimore, Maryland 47 Sales On Etsy since 2008

5 out of 5 stars
(9)

Announcement   Happy holiday season, everyone! Starting on Thanksgiving, keep an eye out on Instagram (@phiden) for coupon codes & special treats! Also, gift wrapping is here! Leave me a note when you check out, and I'll be happy to wrap your item.

Announcement

Last updated on Nov 24, 2016

Happy holiday season, everyone! Starting on Thanksgiving, keep an eye out on Instagram (@phiden) for coupon codes & special treats! Also, gift wrapping is here! Leave me a note when you check out, and I'll be happy to wrap your item.

Sophia Dengo

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Sophia Dengo

Tourmalinated Quartz Earrings
$40.00
Scripty Ampersand Pendant
$30.00
Delicate botanical pendant
$40.00
Rose quartz & topaz drop pendant
$75.00
Apatite bar pendant
$40.00
Hello, world! Pendant
$40.00
Catch 'em all pendant trio
$75.00
Asterisk necklace
$30.00
Lavender moon quartz stud earrings
$50.00
Delicate pearl bracelet
$30.00
Turquoise & crystal beaded bracelet
$30.00
Quartz crystal bracelet duo
$60.00
Quartz & crystal bracelet
$30.00
Set of stackable pearl bracelets
$100.00
Iolite & crystal bracelet
$30.00
Deep red coral bracelet
$30.00
the Maya earring
$60.00
Crystal, pearl & silver bracelet
$30.00
Carnelian bracelet
$30.00
Faceted coral bracelet
$30.00
Champagne pearl bracelet
$30.00
Chunky chrysoprase bracelet
$30.00
Ampersand Necklace
$30.00
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Updates

Stringing on Sunday mornin' notes

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Champagne pearl bracelet
$30.00
Bracelet stands for an upcoming show. I have so many bracelets to display!

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Chunky chrysoprase bracelet
$30.00
New packaging, just in time for the holidays! (8mm lavender quartz earrings shown)

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Lavender moon quartz stud earrings
$50.00
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About

A fiery beginning

The first time I held a soldering torch, I was scared of the striker and lit the vent fan on fire, but I did eventually manage to solder...something. I don't even remember!

A few years later, the torch and I are good friends and I've stopped lighting vent fans on fire. Which is good, because now I can focus on turning the pages of sketches into wearable shiny things, and on learning taking on new technique and design challenges.

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  • Sophia

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