Artists and Makers – Jewelry
Found in Reading Terminal Market, Amazulu specializes in the design of unique, high-quality sterling silver jewelry.
Bario Neal is designing an ethical way forward for the jewelry industry, one handmade piece at a time.
Doug Bucci is an artist and educator in the field of jewelry whose work utilizes digital processes to explore and display biological systems.
Throughout our collaboration, we have often looked to nature for inspiration in all of our jewelry making.
Forge and Finish
The Philadelphia based brand produces small-batch collections using traditional and experimental metalsmithing techniques.
Always interested in the exploration of craft, Hilary is, in many ways, a self taught jeweler and artist.
J and I Jewelry
At J+I we have handcrafted jewelry in the heart of Philadelphia since 1999. Each piece is created with a passion for metalsmithing.
Jera Lodge Jewelry
Jera Lodge creates pattern based jewelry that has the illusion of volume while staying light in weight
Kate Dannenberg Handmade
Kate Dannenberg makes jewelry, grounded in a firm belief in the importance of thoughtful craftsmanship
Lindley Gray is an independent fine jewelry artist dedicated to harnessing the integrity of personal adornment through the handmade process.
Marie June Jewelry
Marie June Jewelry strives to be an ethical, environmentally friendly, and socially responsible small business.
Creating jewelry brings me joy and a sense of freedom. Much like exploring a new destination, each piece takes me on a journey that I’m excited to pass on to you, the wearer. I hope my jewelry serves to mark a special occasion or commemorate your journey, and empowers you to express your unique style and personality.
Rea Studio Art
Sound waves inspire my jewelry, in exploring overlapping elements, missing segments, distortion, and repetition.
McCormick draws inspiration from process—from 19th century sheet metal patternmaking to contemporary 3D computer modeling programs.
Sharon Rosenthal is a multi-media artist who believes that jewelry is an inroad to communication.
Stacey Lee Webber
Her work is often described as meticulous, pushing the boundaries of everyday recognizable objects to the point of unidentifiable.