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Artisan Made Jewelry Making Supplies

We love finding handcrafted and lovingly made pendants, components, and findings to share with our customers. (We also love supporting our fellow artists!) All of these gorgeous products are made with care right here in the USA. We hope that the attention to detail and uniqueness in each item will make them a favorite of yours too!

We are always looking for new artists to be added to our collection. If you have a talent to share, please email photos and pricing to .
Acrylic State Focal Pieces Ceramic Pendants by Firefly Design Studio Galactic Glass Pendants Hand Dyed Ribbons Handmade Components and Findings
Acrylic State Focal Pieces
Acrylic State Focal Pieces

Acrylic State Pendants and Links

Handmade by Jamie Holler

Jamie lives in the quaint town of Waxhaw, North Carolina near Charlotte. She started making jewelry several years ago as a fundraiser for the Avon Breast Cancer Walk. When people stopped to ask about her jewelry, she decided to “set up shop”. Jamie still works full time but enjoys sourcing unique gemstones for her jewelry and creating pieces others will enjoy. With assistance from her husband they have embarked on a venture with a laser cutter and are enjoying the seemingly endless opportunities to create custom pieces using acrylic, wood, leather, glass and the list goes on. Jamie displays her pieces in a local store in Waxhaw, NC, and at many shows in both North and South Carolina..

We are happy to order these fun focal pieces in other state shapes. Just drop us a line at with your requests!

Ceramic Pendants
Ceramic Pendants

Ceramic Pendants

Handmade by Firefly Design Studio

Michelle McCarthy has been working with ceramic clay for 8 years. She started out making traditional pottery such as bowls and decorative pieces. 6 years ago she started making jewelry and combined her 2 loves.....clay and jewelry design. Michelle's ceramic beads were born! Michelle is surrounded by paradise living in Southwest Florida and you will see that inspiration in her beads and pendants. She loves sea life and nature. Michelle's husband, Joe, is a Broker Associate with Re/Max Anchor Realty. They have 3 grown sons, a daughter in law, 3 dogs, 2 cats and a turtle.

Galactic Glass Pendants

Galactic Glass Pendants

We are proud to feature our friends and dichroic glass artists, Andy Ray and David Sigler. These beautiful, one-of-a-kind, dichroic glass pendants are handcrafted by the father and son team, out of Oregon.

Each piece has dichroic glass at the core and is twisted and wrapped with borosilicate glass. Dichroic glass was created by the space industry. Using a high temperature vacuum furnace, titanium, silicon, and magnesium are deposited on the glass. The glass is then vaporized creating a brilliant array of colors; the sparkling, glittery part of each pendant.

Once created, each piece is annealed for a minimum of 8 hours in a computer controlled kiln to assure strength and durability. Every pendant is a unique work of wearable art. Each one is dated and signed by the artist.

Hand Dyed Ribbons

Hand Dyed Ribbons

by Jasmine Williams

Jasmine is a native of Asheville, North Carolina and has been an employee of Cherry Tree Beads for several years. She recently received her BFA in Textiles from California College of the Arts where she specialized in screen-printing and dyeing. She loves working with lots of color, creating a rainbow of ribbons for Cherry Tree was the perfect project to start off her career! More of her work can be seen here.

Copper Components
Copper Components hand cut by Annette Holbert

Handmade Components and Findings

Handmade by Annette Holbert

Annette, a native of western North Carolina, is primarily a self taught jewelry artist. She holds an Associate degree in Nursing, but now creates jewelry and makes repairs, and teaches classes in basic beading, wire, metal, glass, seed beads, and polymer clay. Annette works and displays her works at A Better Bead and Crafts in Brevard, NC, and she works and designs for Cherry Tree Beads in Asheville, NC. Recently, with the encouragement of family and friends she has begun to design and publish her own designs.

Please expect slight variations in sizes and shapes.

Pewter Focal Pieces by Green Girl Studios Wooden Pendants by Aspiring Artists of the Earth
Pewter Focal Pieces by Green Girl Studios
Pewter Focal Pieces by Green Girl Studios

Pewter Focal Pieces

Handmade by Green Girl Studios

Cynthia Thornton and her husband Gregory Ogden, are the amazing artists behind Green Girl Studios. Just like us, they are lucky to call beautiful Asheville, NC their home. Each of their hand cast, original, pewter beads tell a story, and inspires the imagination. We absolutely love their fantastical and nature themed designs. Learn more about their process here.

Wooden Pendants by Aspiring Artists of the Earth
Wooden Pendants by Aspiring Artists of the Earth

Wooden Pendants by Aspiring Artists of the Earth

by Tari Zarka of Aspiring Artists of the Earth

These 100% U.S.A. made artisan crafted wooden components are made from the original drawings of artist Tari Zarka with the help of her team in her studio in Bucks County, PA. Each piece combines state of the art technology and good old hand craftsmanship. Each is crafted from U.S.A. hardwoods. Due to the natural beauty of hard woods and the hand finishing process each piece will have slight variations that are signature to this collection.

Artist Statement:

What drives me to create is the same thing that motivates me to be the best person: sharing positivity. When I create something - whether it is a piece of glass, a drawing, a painting, or a smile on someone's face - my life's burdens are lifted. I am also driven by the knowledge that my creations enhance the moods of those who receive them. I find inspiration everywhere - in the glorious landscape, through the face of adversity, within the cashier at a convenience store, etc. Everything and everyone offers a chance for us to learn and grow. Ever since I started creating art in the far away corners of my family's hosiery mill in Bucks County, which I am now working to repurpose into an artist’s haven, I have searched to find ways to love what I do each and every day. If something from me inspires another to move toward a life of happiness then I feel that I have done my job.

This is the current in my artistic evolution.

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