Anyone who knows me well, knows that I am very into handcrafted jewelry. Needless to say, I bought quite a bit of it on my trip to Portland. I wanted to share my haul with you.
First we have the swirling fork necklace. I still cannot believe this was only $10 from Spoonman Creations at the Portland Saturday Market. The spoonman from VT charges way more and yes, he might use fancier silverware but not enough to justify the cost difference I won't even mention here.
Next we have 4 pair of earrings with black backings and those are all from the same seller at the Tulip Fest we went to, Crooked River Ranch Art Glass. Dichroic glass so affordable I had trouble only buying the 4 earrings and 2 pendants you see here. (2 pendants in center on bottom row with black cords). Amazing prices and lots of variety in design. Love it!
Far right earrings on bottom row are beautiful ones I found from a vendor on First Thursday who also happened to be at the Portland Saturday Market, Colorburst Studios. All of her work is done with Niobium. The colorful display drew me in and this pair called my name.
Next we have the earrings on the bottom row, far right. I got these at the Saturday Market too. This is the seller who I said we talked to forever but I never got her card or name so sadly I can't link to her. I tried to find her on the Portland Saturday Market jewelry list and don't seem to find her there.
Last is the pendant on the far right. This is from AMiRA. It is all done by hand and I kept having to go back to her booth until I decided that I had to have it.
I am not affiliated with this company. I purchased these products myself for personal use.