The pieces we carry are crafted using ethical sourced materials and sustainable practices.
Named one of "America's Coolest Stores" by Instore Magazine and "Best Artisan Jewelry" by Westword.
The artists we carry create their pieces with time-honored, handcrafted techniques in their own studios.
We believe that the impacts of our purchases and production process matter. Our artists leverage ethical & sustainable materials and processes.
We believe that diversity and inclusion makes us stronger. Our artists and customers represent a diverse mix of gender expression, races, and ages.
We believe in the power of creative expression and exploration and the value of handcrafted over mass-produced goods.
We believe we have to support the needs of our community to truly be a part of it. Each month we give 5% of our sales to a local non-profit.
Jewelry is one of the most personal forms of art you can own.
Important pieces of jewelry like engagement rings, wedding bands, heirlooms, and pieces to commemorate special occasions become a part of our lives.
We wear many of these pieces every day. We wear them on our skin, we fidget with them throughout the day, and we wear them often enough that they become a symbol of who we are and what we hold dear. We are honored to work with our clients to create such meaningful symbols in their lives.
MONTHLY FEATURED ARTIST & NONPROFIT
Sept Nonprofit: Project Worthmore
For the month of Sept, a portion of sales will go to Project Worthmore. This amazing non-profit provides support for refugees in the Denver area and have recently experienced a few set backs (like their offices being vandalized and their refrigerated truck being stolen). This group does amazing work and needs our support.
Displacement of people is the defining human rights issue of our times, and it has touched every corner of our state: an estimated 60,000 people who have fled their homes now call the Denver-metro area home. Project Worthmore was born out of the simple idea that everyone has inherent worth, and we simply cannot turn our backs on those in need, especially when surrounded by so much abundance. An official 501c3 for ten years, our mission, as well as how we measure our work, is to provide services and programs that foster community, self-sufficiency and increase quality of life among Denver-area refugees.
Sept Featured Artist: Jen Starling
For the month of October, we will be featuring new work from engraver and printmaker Johanna Mueller.
Mueller's work delves into the shared histories of humans, as told by animals. These compositions are full of animals within animals, a reference to animal cognition and spirits within animal bodies. Personal narrative is woven with ancestral, tribal, Biblical, mythical symbols and stories which make these pieces both familiar and challenging. Animals have no race, religion, or creed, can be as easily feminine as masculine or somewhere in between. Therefore, they can tell universal stories which weave anthropology, art history, and spirituality – our shared humanness – better than their human counterparts. In our ever changing and sometimes frightful present day, we need to be reminded of the universality of all things, including the human race.
Johanna will also be doing a demo of her process on the night of Oct 15th from 4-7pm, so come by to see how she creates her intricate and enchanting pieces.
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