Unique is how to describe our jewelry and our gift options. Our jewelry collection features one of a kind pieces in silver, copper, glass and tagua nut. Are you looking for a statement pair of earrings or a gift that creates the WOW factor? Whether you are looking for gifts under $25 or have an unlimited budget, come visit our Broad Avenue gallery.
Fine silver with semi-precious jewels ~ $400
Amethyst Drop Necklace ~ $230
Silver Twisted Heart Necklace ~ $250
Earrings with various patinas ~ $110 - $150
Earrings ~ various styles ~ $80 - $130
Amethyst Necklace ~ available with collar or chain ~ $220
Bracelets with silver, garnet, and other semi-precious jewels ~ $170 & $225
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.
Tagua Nut Jewelry ~$44 and $58 (left to right)
Bib Style Necklace featuring shades of blue
Multicolored Tatua $58
Tagua Nut Jewelry ~$44
Multicolored Tagua ~$76
Tagua Nut Necklace ~$32
~$19 and $30 left to right
Two Piece Necklace ~ variety of colors available ~ $32
Three Piece Necklace ~ Multiple Color Options ~ $38
Bracelets ~ $30 - $58
Double Row Style ~ $74
Asymmetrical in multi $44
Please visit gallery for complete collection of Tagua Nut Jewelry
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.
Copper and Fused Glass Bracelet ~$134
Fused Glass Pendant
Hammered copper and steel ~$115
Hammered Copper, Steel and Brass with leather necklaces. Short $90. Long $85.
Earrings ~ $28 - $30
Fused glass copper cuffs by Lisa Butts ~ $132-$144
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.
Prochaska Glass Art
Glass - Pyrex
Durable Glass Bracelets feature variety of glass colors and fit all wrist sizes ~ $80 - $100
Dichroic blue green ~ $80
Bracelets range from $80 - $95.
Introducing Xeno Glassworks Pyrex glass bracelets designed by Ann Miller and Kevin Prochaska. These borosilicate art glass bracelets have evolved to include the use of precious metals like gold and platinum, as well as dichroic, etched and fumed glass. They take the idea of wearable glass to its extreme, with an emphasis on form.
Gifts to Wow!
"Kraken" approximately 7' tall, outdoor sculpture, $15,000