Each Piece Is One Of A Kind,
So Don't Delay!
Buy Now While It's Still Available!

Beautiful Handcrafted Jewelry
For The Discriminating Taste!


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Contact us with your order and we will send you an invoice via PayPal. ramasn@aol.com 
Please Note:
You do not need a Paypal account to pay with a credit card.
Shipping Charge: All shipping is based on per order and not per item! Everything that will fit into a Priority Mail Small Flat Rate Shipping Box will be charged just one  price ($7.90) for the entire order.

 

 

About Mary (under construction)

Mary's passion for creativity comes from a lifelong interest in the arts of various mediums.

Mary was born in New Jersey and raised in Florida. Much of her early appreciation of the arts comes from her mother Winefride, who had a passion for painting of landscapes and nature. She gave away much of her work to family and friends as gifts, who highly cherished her work.

In 1973, Mary married her husband Ray while still living in Florida, and this year they will be celebrating 46 years of marriage. Ray had always had a passion for photography as well as other various graphic arts. Together they enjoyed and frequented many arts & craft shows throughout the years.

Mary's first interest for her own creativity came from floral arrangements and needlework. She used her pieces to decorate their home and received many compliments. Mary had a full time career as a banker for over 45 years, so it wasn't until her retirement in 2017 that she was able to further pursue her artistic endeavors.

During the 1980's & 90's, Ray had a woodworking business, and sold much of his work at craft malls and arts & craft shows throughout the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. Mary would join him with these shows to offer sales support as well as moral support. They were long and grueling hours at times, but she continued to work at her career as well as to help out at these functions on weekends. Mary got to meet many of the crafters in the business working with various mediums. At one of the craft malls in Mesquite, TX, Mary got to meet and befriend an extremely talented jewelry artist, Nell Henry, who eventually took Mary under her wing and to give her some pointers in creating her own jewelry pieces. They grew closer with their friendship and Mary grew fonder of working with jewelry. Since that time, Mary has developed her skills and her own style of crafting jewelry pieces.

Mary tends to be a perfectionist, and carefully creates each piece through meticulous detail.

 

       

 

 

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