To highlight four of our newest jewelry collections inspired by nature in a digital lookbook, we relied on the style of two talented bloggers, Jessa and Holly, who brought these botanical designs to life in their own personal way.
UncommonGoods Jewelry Buyer Sharon traveled to Seattle to visit the studio of jewelry artist Ana Talukder Simpson.
Ricky Giacco’s locavore concrete planters are made from his own secret recipe.
Philadephia jewelry designer Stacey Lee Webber creates her pieces from pennies and small coins--making art from what could easily be overlooked and discarded. The same can be said for her incredible studio and living space.
You really are an extension of the product you’re asking people to buy or sell. When it comes to unique, handmade goods, people love being able to put a face with their new gift.
Writing about products, especially products with a story can be challenging, but our Copywriter Kate has some advice written from experience.