October 25, 2012

Handmade Marathon - Day #25 (Coriosity)

Editor's Note:

Welcome to DAY TWENTY FIVE of the Handmade Marathon. 

If you are looking for a unique piece of jewelry, then Cori's line might suit your taste!  I love the bright colours, and how Cori describes her working process. Be sure to check out her shop for more lovely offerings!






About Coriosity:

I started making jewelry in 2007. I was drawn in by beautiful stones but, metal really spoke to me. There is something safe & strong about metal even when it is gussied up with color or stones. When I create, I start with metal sheet and wire and then saw, stamp, etch and enamel it to create lovely handcrafted jewelry. I am inspired by organic shapes, bright colors, and nature. My studio is a small jewelry bench in my Bethlehem, PA apartment. On a good day the patio door is open, there is music playing and a torch going!



Coriosity jewelry offers clean lines, bold colors, and pieces that you will want to wear everyday!  Torched fired enamel and etch metal components made from scratch add that kick of personality to each piece. All my jewelry is handcrafted with love and built to last.

You can explore more Coriosity here:











p.s. like something?  don't forget to grab your free printable wish list, created by Geri of The Languid Lion to jot down all of your fave items from the Handmade Marathon. 

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