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Ruth on Feb 17, 20215 out of 5 stars
Very happy with my moon / leaf earrings, just beautiful, thank you!
Heather on Jan 22, 20215 out of 5 stars
I love this ring! I lost my dog, Nelson last March. I absolutely fell in love with this ring with paw print and angel wings! I paired it with a ring that I got previously with his name on it! I love it! It was exactly how I pictured it! Such a great memorial to him that I get to wear every day! Thank you so much!
Carolyn on Jan 17, 20215 out of 5 stars
These earrings are adorable! I get so many complements on them!
Rick on Nov 13, 20205 out of 5 stars
Perfect! Nice work and made recipient very happy. Plus artist contacted me when the mailing address didn’t work and still made my gift deadline
mulehaven on Sep 21, 20205 out of 5 stars
Terrific transaction. Great communication. Great shipper. Highly recommend. A+++++
Sue on Feb 21, 20205 out of 5 stars
Love it!! So dainty 😀
kirkternity on Dec 6, 20195 out of 5 stars
Super nice and thanks !!
ruthseidel on Oct 19, 20195 out of 5 stars
They are lovely and a quality product! Thank you so much.
Mary Ellen on Oct 16, 20195 out of 5 stars
Lovely necklace! It's lightweight but large enough to be noticed. I haven't taken it off since I received it several weeks ago. It shipped on time, easy shop to deal with, provided notices of when it was shipping/shipped.
Art Jewelry from Earth's Elements
My love of metal sparked after seeing molten bronze during a sculpture pour at an artist’s foundry many years ago. I sat in rapt by the fire and the glowing bronze melting beneath the heat of that torch. Once the metal was ready to pour, the crucible was lifted and the molten metal was poured to the awaiting sculpture mold. Hot, fiery liquid bronze splashed and sizzled. There was lots of steam and so much heat. But I sat there watching that metal flow thinking it looked like hot pink lemonade and I was hooked. I could not stop talking about that molten bronze and how I wanted to be able touch it. Play with it. Create with it.
My love of metal started that day and has continued to grow for the last 20 years. I love to pierce it with my jeweler’s saw, form it with my hammer and solder it with my torch. I love to add color with enamels and sparkle with gemstones. My work is most often inspired by the abundance of nature that I am surrounded by in the Pacific Northwest but occasionally I can be persuaded by the bold, straight lines of the urban scenery of the city.
I design, create and teach out of my art studio in Olympia.
My Etsy experience started on a whim. And skyrocketed over the moon from there.
I was well versed in selling at the local art festival scene before my son was born. My work was well received but I always thought I could do better. After taking a long respite to raise my boy, I heard about Etsy from a friend who had read about it on Dooce.
I had some inventory of one of my best sellers left over from my last selling excursion at the Seattle NW Folklife Festival that I had done way back when. It was a pair of my Tree Art earrings in copper. I listed them the day I opened my store (Sept 26, 2006) and they sold. The very next day.
And away we went....
Laney has been creating small works of art using metal for over 20 years. Her love of metal sparked after seeing molten bronze during a sculpture pour at an artist’s foundry. She's self taught and works out of her studio in woods outside Olympia, WA.
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Returns & exchanges
I gladly accept returns, exchanges, and cancellations
The following items can't be returned or exchanged
- Custom or personalized orders
- Digital downloads
I accept returns I do not accept returns
I accept exchanges I do not accept exchanges
I accept cancellations I do not accept cancellations
Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:
Frequently asked questions
Custom and personalized orders
Effective May 1, 2018: I am not currently accepting custom or special orders.
Pre-payment may be required on custom orders. For custom orders over $200, money order payment may be required.
Custom orders are final. No returns/refunds/exchanges will be accepted on custom or personalized orders.
YES! I love wholesale orders. Please convo me for details.
Minimums and restrictions apply.
What does "made to order" mean?
It means the art jewelry piece listed will be made when YOU order it :D Please allow up to 10 or more (see listing for actual time) business days (i.e. Monday thru Friday) for your art jewelry to be hand crafted and mailed to you (once payment has cleared).
I will create made to order purchases ONLY after payment has been received and cleared.
For all made to order listings, please allow for slight variations from the pictures shown. Since each art jewelry piece is hand crafted by me, each one will be slightly different. That is one of the things that makes each made to order piece special!
Personalized made to order items are not eligible for returns.
Gift wrapping and packaging
Each order comes ready to give (or keep for yourself) in a kraft jewelry box, wrapped in washi tape and tied with ribbon or hemp twine.
International shipping charges cover the cost of USPS shipping. It does NOT cover any additional VAT or other charges that may be accessed when the package is delivered to a country outside of the US.
International buyers are responsible for any and all customs fees, handling/brokerage fees, taxes and duties associated with their purchase should they be assessed at the time of delivery. Any fees, taxes, tariffs, duties, post office handling fees, brokerage fees etc. that may be incurred at the time of delivery would be at the discretion of your country's tax law regulations. I am unable to figure these amounts for you.
Shipments to the UK
Notice regarding shipments to the UK (taken from the Royal Mail website):
If you are receiving a package from overseas (unless it’s from another EU Country), please be aware that it may incur customs charges. Any package assessed as being liable for customs charges will also incur a Royal Mail handling fee of £8.
Any goods imported into the UK over the value of £15 are liable to import VAT. Gifts between private individuals over the value of £36 are also liable for VAT. Goods and gifts over these values may also be liable for customs duty. You no longer have to pay customs duty for goods up to the value of £135, however you will still be required to pay import VAT and excise duty where applicable.