Inspiration : Ancient artistry, spiritual motifs, religious artifacts
What you should know : Fascinated by the adornments encased behind museum walls, her love of world cultures, architecture,
antiques and jewelry making culminated with a five year stay at the Jewelry Arts Institute in New York City.
To recreate this historic-inspired aesthetic, Emily uses classical metalsmithing techniques, including filigree, granulation, and wire
wrapping. This ensures that each piece is delicately transformed into jewelry that resembles a precious heirloom.
“You can't beat Mother Nature for providing the rough materials and a vivid color palette to choose from.”