Jewelry & Gift Ideas

  • Dorothy Northern
    Dorothy Northern
    Fine Silver
  • Gift Ideas < $50
    Gift Ideas < $50
    Under $50
  • Gift Ideas – More
    Gift Ideas – More
    Ideas for Valentine's Day
  • Veronica Martens
    Veronica Martens
    Tagua Nut
  • Lisa Butts
    Lisa Butts
    Fused Glass
  • Seeka
    Seeka
    Steel, Acrylic & Beads
  • Kathleen Plate
    Kathleen Plate
    Recycled Glass Bottles
  • Laura Hutchcroft
    Laura Hutchcroft
    Urban Stainless
Dorothy Northern
Fine Silver
  • Necklaces included in Studio Sale ~ now $210 - $285
  • Earrings all $40/pair
  • Jade and Fine Silver Drop ~ $315 ( now $250)
  • Fine Silver and Pale Blue Labradorite ~ $335 (Studio Sale $260)
  • Prehnite Necklace ~ wearable long or short ~ $240 (Studio Sale price $190)
  • Beaded Bracelet ~ now $215
  • Originally $370 ~ Now $290
  • Heart Necklace
  • Fine Silver and semi-precious stone bracelets featuring unique clasp ~ $160 - $250
  • Earrings ~ $45 - $60

    Memphis, Tennessee

    After 23 years of teaching Art in Memphis, Dorothy opted to turn her focus on creating jewelry full time. In other word, living the dream !

    She originally trained as a printmaker with a focus on intaglio. Etching and engraving metal plates and seeing the ink pressed down into incised textures is when she first fell in love with moving metal. Since childhood, Dorothy has made jewelry. At first using found objects and plants, then moving on to precious metals, gemstones and vintage finds.

    Her quest to learn from other jewelers is fueled by her love of travel, giving her a nudge to travel throughout the US and Europe. Most Thursdays and Saturdays, you can find Dorothy at T Clifton Art. Drop by and learn more about her fine art jewelry.

    Gift Ideas < $50
    Under $50
    • Cocktail Glasses by Kingston Glass ~ $36
    • Dessert or Martini Glasses by Kingston Glass ~ $36 ~ wide color selection
    • Animaderos by Flavio Siganda ~ moveable, wood with magnets ~ from $42
    • Watercolor Glasses and Pitchers ~ Glasses $28 and $33 ~ Pitcher $125 ~ variety of colors available
    • Please visit gallery for complete collection of Tagua Nut Jewelry
    • Bracelets ~ $30 - $58
    • Lisa Butts Glass Earrings $28 - $32
    • Gift idea for teachers and work colleagues. Pen holders by Weston Glass $21.
    • Pen (ball point ink) ~ $18
    • Odd Birds by Mary Kolar from found objects ~ $42 - $48
    • Wine Stoppers ~ $45
    • Tops by Garrett Keisling ~ $38
    • Take a spin ~ glass tops by Garrett Keisling ~ $38

      Looking for unique options for gifts? Art always fits. These are just a few of the options we have available if you are specifically looking for budget friendly gifts.

      Gift Ideas – More
      Ideas for Valentine's Day
      • Spinning Marbles~ various colors ~ $125
      • Frame his concert memories ~ Custom Shadowbox ~ price varies by size
      • Perfume Bottles ~ $140 - $170
      • Shard Perfume Bottles ~ $130 - $185
      • Triangle Perfume Bottle ~ $140
      • BOBtanicals by Kliss Glass never fade ~ $425
      • River Rocks ~ great paperweights ~ $45 - $150
      • Sea Jewels ~ Palm-Sized Glass Sculpture ~ recycled bottles, hand painted ~ $185
      • Skipping Stones ~ $48 each
      • Elemental Bowls in a variety of colors ~ $78 and $135, depending on size
      • Wall Platters ~ variety of glazes ~ all food safe ~ $65 - $450
      • Soulmates Candle Holder ~ $135
      • Happily Together ~ 19in tall without candles ~ uses both 12in and 78in candles (included) ~ $165
      • Earrings ~ $45 - $60
      • Earrngs in Acrylic and Stainless Steel ~ $58
      • Mezuzot and Dreidels in pewter ~ $68 and up
      • Block Conversations Detail ~ 8x8 ~ $95 (various color combinations)
      • James Hayes Wavy Bowls from $85
      • James Hayes Wavy Bowls ~ various colors, shapes and sizes ~ from $85

        Unique options to dazzle and treasure for both the ladies and gentlemen in your life.

        Veronica Martens
        Tagua Nut
        • Two Piece Necklace ~ variety of colors available ~ $32
        • Adjustable Necklace $50
        • Carved Wood, large bib style necklace ~ $75
        • Large Bib Style Necklace ~ $86
        • Necklaces in various styles and colors ~ $32 and up
        • Three Piece Necklace ~ Multiple Color Options ~ $38
        • Bracelets ~ $30 - $58
        • Double Row Style ~ $74
        • Bib Style with Coral, Lime, Blue and Purple ~ $52
        • Asymmetrical in multi $44
        • Please visit gallery for complete collection of Tagua Nut Jewelry

          Chicago, Illinois

          Veronica’s career began in the business world as a certified public accountant. After many years of accounting, she decided she needed a creative outlet. Veronica took various jewelry, metalsmithing and pottery classes in her free time and also went back to school to pursue a career in interior design.

          She graduated from Harrington College of Design in Chicago. Her eco-friendly jewelry is a fun mix of colors, shapes and textures. Made with Tagua Nut, aka vegetable ivory, Veronica combines bright, bold colors with unique designs for a truly one of a kind piece.

          Lisa Butts
          Fused Glass
          • Hammered Sterling Silver and Leather Necklace ~ $90
          • Hammered Copper, Steel and Brass with leather necklaces. Short $90. Long $85.
          • Earrings ~ $28 - $30
          • Fused glass copper cuffs by Lisa Butts ~ $132-$144

            Memphis, Tennessee

            Largely self-taught, Lisa has pursued fused glass with fervor. She feels she has barely touched the vast possibilities glass presents. She has expanded her artistic skills to include metalworking by studying at the Memphis College of Art and Arrowmont School of Crafts.

            Lisa’s exploration in creating began at an early age, learning hand design and sewing from her mother. Her interest in sewing led eventually to quilting and basket weaving. Once Lisa’s children left for college, she resumed her artistic pursuits.

            The artist hopes her work will create conversation and allow those collecting to feel they are wearing art.

            Seeka
            Steel, Acrylic & Beads
            • Treble Clef Pin ~ $76
            • Chai Pin ~ $76
            • Hummingbird Pin ~ $78
            • Star, Heart, and Chai Judaic Love Pin ~ $78

              New York, New York

              Seeka originated in 1997 from the love story of two Israeli artists colliding in New York. In their home studio, while raising a young family, Nachshon Peleg and Stavit Allweis launched Seeka. To the age old craft of Judaica, Nachshon brought advanced technological solution while Stavit infused traditional symbols with playful strokes of color and liberal use of found objects.

              The artists start with a precision cut stainless steel frame. Within this frame, the design is hand painted with acrylics, metallic and other paints. A variety of materials from metals and glass to dyed seeds and found objects are assembled within. Semi-precious stones, and Swarovski crystals are embedded and a thick layer of acrylic resin is poured to encase and protect the finished piece. Finally, after several days of curing, the piece is polished, twisted, glued and assembled with other items to form the finished work of art.

              Gifts Ideas Under $50
              Looking for unique options for gifts? Art always fits. These are just a few of the options we have available if you are specifically looking for budget friendly gifts.

              Kathleen Plate
              Recycled Glass Bottles
              • Chandelier Neckace ~ $82
              • Earrings from $40
              • Gypsy Ruffle Necklace - made from recycled wine, soda and sake bottles ~ 20in chain ~ $185
              • Gypsy Ruffle Necklace ~ close up of recycle glass rings

                Atlanta, Georgia

                Kathleen, the talented designer behind Smart Glass Jewelry, has always loved to create beautiful things. Her creative passion was inspired in part by a childhood spent working on projects with her mother who taught her how to solder and work with stained glass. Smart Glass Jewelry was born while Kathleen was in graduate school at Georgia State University, working on a Master’s in American Literature. She needed a gift for a friend’s birthday so she made a pair of earrings out of stained glass. Her friends raved so she decided to take her product to local festivals and craft shows. The move proved to be a promising start for the unknown artist.

                Kathleen started selling to small boutiques in the 1990s. In June of 2006, Coca-Cola commissioned her to create a line of jewelry using their signature bottles. Despite her commercial success, she remains dedicated to her craft and still loves each day of “work” in her Atlanta studio. In more than 19 years as a professional designer, the demand for her unique glass pieces has grown from the Southeast to the East Coast and now nationwide.

                Kathleen lives in Atlanta, Georgia with her dog Belle and her two cats, Sammie and Tiger. She holds a Master of Arts degree in American Literature from Georgia State University and is always looking to learn new things. She loves to travel and has visited every country in Latin America and is currently learning Spanish.

                Laura Hutchcroft
                Urban Stainless
                • Earrings in stainless and enamel ~ $44
                • Earrngs in Acrylic and Stainless Steel ~ $58
                • Limited Edition Stainless Steel, Acrylic and Sterling Silver Necklace ~ $95
                • Steel and Enamel Necklace ~ 40in adjustable ~ $145

                  Paso Robles, California

                  Laura’s jewelry is a combination of sterling silver, stainless steel, enamel and acrylic, that explores form, structure, and balance. Made by manual processes such as sawing, filing, shaping, and coaxing, these low-tech processes keep the artist in physical contact with her materials.

                  Her work takes its inspiration from the natural environment, architecture, fashion, music, and solitude.

                  Visually and structurally, the artist strives to achieve rhythm by the simplest means, creating ornaments that complement the body, emerging through material exploration and experimentation. By becoming part of the wearer’s experience, attachment and personal expression, the work is transformed and completed.