Wikipedia's definition of handmade jewelry is "jewelry which has been assembled and formed by hand rather than through the use of machines".
Can you visualize a jeweler making a necklace or bracelet? What comes to mind? The selection of the color, the type of material, the shape, the finished fit? What will the finished product be called? Will someone like or fall in love with the piece?
How it's done
D-Nadz Jewelry designs with the wearer in mind. Our Red Glory and Lula were hand-made with stones, beads, chain, and clasps - chosen to complement each piece of material used. Each stone must give that 'yes' to the other stones and material chosen. The stones are placed on the work board, moved from one placement to another to get the final assemble. In the end, the product becomes a fashionable, colorful, one-of-a-kind, unique necklace set, bracelet, or earrings for addition to the collection.
Owning handmade accessory
D-Nadz Jewelry knows that owning a handmade piece carries the distinct artistry to be passed on and shared with the buyer for his/her enjoyment of "the feel good jewelry". Shop here to experience the handmade pieces of D-Nadz Jewelry and share with a friend.
Author: Nadine Dillon, Owner/Designer
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