shijewels

Jewelry For The Goddess In You

Rainier, Oregon | 1636 Sales

shijewels

Jewelry For The Goddess In You

Rainier, Oregon 1636 Sales On Etsy since 2007

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Announcement   ::::Special Announcement::::
I will be temporarily closing my shop on Dec. 17th to prep for my family’s holiday gatherings! My sincerest apologies for any inconvenience this may cause. All orders will be shipped prior to closing. Thank you so much for your understanding! Bright blessings to you all this holiday season!!

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My hope is that my jewelry brings out the ever present beauty of the Goddess found within each of us. Representing femininity, beauty and the divine of being a Woman!

Announcement

Last updated on Dec 10, 2018

::::Special Announcement::::
I will be temporarily closing my shop on Dec. 17th to prep for my family’s holiday gatherings! My sincerest apologies for any inconvenience this may cause. All orders will be shipped prior to closing. Thank you so much for your understanding! Bright blessings to you all this holiday season!!

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My hope is that my jewelry brings out the ever present beauty of the Goddess found within each of us. Representing femininity, beauty and the divine of being a Woman!

Shi Eddy

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Busy photographing new pieces to list and prepping for my metalsmithing classes that start next week. Can't wait to share my experience with all of you!

About

Jewelry isn't just a fashion statement, it's an expression of the soul.

As the daughter of an avid rockhound, it's no surprise that I came to have a deep love for stones and crystals. I started making jewelry in 2007 after a car accident left me unable to work full-time. It kept me busy while my twin boys were at school, then I found Etsy, thought what the heck and I jumped in with both feet.

After working 17 years in the financial industry, I left (this includes putting my Etsy shop on a long hiatus) to spend time making memories with my dad. A decision that I will always be thankful to have been able to make. He was my biggest supporter and was always buying gemstones in hopes that I would find my way back to jewelry.

Sadly, I lost my dad in 2015. I took a year to heal, do some soul searching and I decided to re-open my Etsy shop. I started taking metalsmithing classes which led to me becoming an instructor at a nearby college. I'm thankful to be doing what I love again, and for all of my customers, friends and family that are on this journey with me, I have the deepest gratitude for all of your love and support.

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  • Shi Eddy

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    A self taught crafter, jewelry artist and metalsmith, who's following her passion. Do what you love, love what you do.

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