Please join us at our Holiday Pop Ups!

Saturday, December 11th in Charleston, SC
Garden & Gun Fieldshop at The Dewberry Hotel
334 Meeting Street

10 AM

Saturday, December 18th in Charleston, SC
MFM Downtown Studio
82 Wentworth St, Unit B
12 - 4PM (ish)


Christmas is Saturday, December 25, 2021. With shipping carriers over capacity this year, we highly anticipate delays in delivery. Please plan ahead! The below dates are simply guidelines as we cannot guarantee delivery at this time. Thank you for your patience and grace as we and our shipping partners navigate more volume than usual. For more information on shipping and the carriers we offer, visit this page.


We recommend ordering by:

Semi-Custom Styles

(morse code jewelry & birthstone jewelry)

 Monday, November 15th

Made to Order Styles

(all 14k gold pieces, sets, anything that is not currently listed as "ready to ship")

 Friday, November 19th

Ready to Ship Styles

(with Standard USPS First Class Shipping)

 Friday, December 10th


Ready to Ship Styles 

(with USPS Express Shipping)

Monday, December 13th at noon EST

Ready to Ship Styles

(with local Charleston, SC pickup)

Tuesday, December 21st



Small Business Process & Pricing:

Some of you may know this. Some may not.

I make each and every design first by hand in wax. If it’s an organic piece of material such as birch bark or shells, I’m cutting the bark or cleaning and filing the shells so they’ll work for casting. I then send all the waxes and organic material to either my family-run production team in New York City or small team in Charleston. They cast every piece (turn the wax into metal), make a mold of it, and then send it back to me in mostly-finished condition. My studio manager and I clean up any pieces that need extra work, add chains, add ear hooks, and photograph and package them so they come to you wrapped up all pretty!

The companies I work with charge me for the metal and their labor. I’ve worked with these companies for years. They pay their workers fair wages and charge me fair prices. In order for me to keep doing this thing, I must add in a profit. But other than that, I do my very best to price each item fairly. Items are mostly priced based on the weight of the piece and amount of metal used. Silver is more expensive than brass. Gold is more expensive than silver. You’re paying for an item that has been lovingly made from start to finish in the USA with fair-wage workers and luxury packaging. Thanks for supporting us!