John Akhtar : Mopilo Designs

  • Medium: Jewelry
  • Booth#: 534
  • Pearls, coral and shell Jewelry all set in sterling silver settings. We hand cut all the shells and corals. John does the silver work, making all the bezels,while Heather does the inlay work. We design our pieces to be clean, well balanced with lots of motion.

    George Anderson

  • Medium: Jewelry
  • Booth#: 571
  • Website: www.primitiveelegance.com
  • Individually made and one of a kind jewelry and accessories fabricated from Bronze/Brass/Nickel Silver/Copper/Cupro-Nickel/other re-purposed metals.

    Soni Bergman : Soni Bergman Designs

  • Medium: Jewelry
  • Booth#: 529
  • Website: www.sonidesigns.com
  • My jewelry combines an ancient and contemporary feel that are fresh and funky. I use pearls and stones to add color sparkle. I use various techniques. I do knotting and wire wrapping to attach the stones. I forge my gold silver to get the forms I desire, I solder. I create many of my beads and clasps in Precious Metal Clay. I use silver bronze and copper clay in my work.

    Sarah Britton : BRITTON

  • Medium: Jewelry
  • Booth#: 483
  • Website: www.brittonjewelry.com
  • Hand fabricated mixed metal jewelry. Combining inspiration from the natural world around me, with industrial influences from my childhood in the North East to bring about elegant jewelry with an industrial edge. Mixing the hard and soft in life.

    Pedro Castro : Del Crisol Jewelry

  • Medium: Jewelry
  • Booth#: 446
  • Website: www.delcrisol.com
  • My original designs. Hand crafted pieces in gold and sterling silver, combined with natural precious and semi precious stones. I hand fabricate bezels, hinges, stone setting. As well as applying techniques such us: soldering, etching, forging, filing, buffing and polishing to produce wearable jewelry.

    Glenn Dizon

  • Medium: Jewelry
  • Booth#: 602
  • Website: www.glenndizon.com
  • One of a kind 14K gold rings, pendants, and earrings set with rare and unusual gemstones. I do all the work myself without the use of molds, or computer aided tools. I do all the work form the design, to the original wax work, to the casting, to the stone setting, to the finishing.

    Lynn Guenther

  • Medium: Jewelry
  • Booth#: 424
  • Website: www.heartandsoulgallery.com
  • From her studio in beautiful Santa Cruz, California, Lynn Guenther creates contemporary works with ancient meanings, timeless designs meant to build a bridge across world cultures. Through overlay, chase and Repouss�, foldforming, and other fabrication techniques, she mixes silver, copper, and gold for added depth and texture. These metals are embellished with precious gemstones.

    Lisa Hilquist : Lisa Hilquist Studio

  • Medium: Jewelry
  • Booth#: 544
  • Website: www.lisahilquist.com
  • One of a kind jewelry pieces, completely handcrafted with fused glass, precious metal clay, precious metals and gemstones. Multiple ancient and modern techniques used including: viking knit metal chaining, byzantine chain maille, dichroic glass and precious metal clay fusing, and precious metal wire wrapping.

    Ina Hohensee : Jewelry by Ina

  • Medium: Jewelry
  • Booth#: 612
  • Website: www.jewelrybyina.com
  • Contemporary studio jewelry in gold and silver. I combine modern designs with inspiration I find in nature especially in plant and marine life. Simple organic shapes are translated into wearable art through the process of hand fabrication. I use a variety of jewelry techniques such as soldering, fusing and forming. One of my favorite technique is Keum Boo the Korean Art of fusing a fine layer of 24 Karat Gold to silver for dramatic contrasts.

    Takashi Honda : Takashi Honda Inc.

  • Medium: Jewelry
  • Booth#: 565
  • Gold or silver 16 Gage wire bent and twisted with semi-precious stones. Twist 20 Gage wire into any name in three minutes while people wait.

    Shamila Jiwa : Shamila Fine Jewelry

  • Medium: Jewelry
  • Booth#: 512
  • Website: www.shamila.com
  • Shamila Fine Jewelry features exquisite and unusual custom-cut gems paired with precious, sustainably sourced metals. Created by hand, one piece at a time in Seattle, WA the collection emanates a global-chic aesthetic with a contemporary and timeless appeal. Award winning stacking rings, red carpet worthy statement earrings, one of a kind cocktail rings and boa necklaces feature stunning gemstones accented with distinct diamond details.

    Danielle Kish : Sixteen50

  • Medium: Jewelry
  • Booth#: 416
  • Website: www.Sixteen50.com
  • Sixteen50 jewelry is designed and created by Danielle Kish using Precious Metal Silver Clay. Her designs originate from shapes, textures, and patterns found in her travels. She enjoys the juxtaposition of natural textures with basic geometric shapes that brings something at once familiar and unique. Sustainability is important to her so her pieces include materials and components that are made in the USA and/or recycled.

    Gayle Mayhew : Fun Girls Jewelry

  • Medium: Jewelry
  • Booth#: 562
  • Website: www.fungirlsjewelry.com
  • I make handcrafted jewelry from lampwork glass beads make from rods of Italian glass, melted in a table top torch in my studio. I marry these with stones, pearls, and odd things, from around the world. I use some found objects, some recycled materials, or anything that captures my interest, for very interesting jewelry.

    Melissa McCumiskey : Studio 522 Art Glass

  • Medium: Jewelry
  • Booth#: 548
  • Website: www.522artglass.com
  • In 2005, accomplished glass artists and educators Melissa McCumiskey and Penny Ruhter established Studio 522 Art Glass. The studio allows the artist to pursue their true passion to create glass and to challenge the boundaries of blown, kiln-formed and torch-worked glass techniques gives each of them, the ability to express their creativity, collaborate and create truly unique art.

    Shari Milner : Shari Milner Designs

  • Medium: Jewelry
  • Booth#: 474
  • Website: www.artsicle.com/shari-milner
  • I work with semi precious stone, pearls, glass, Gold, Rhodium and Sterling. I drill, solder, and assemble. I have a Sophisticated, evocative look with pieces selling at $28.00 to $350.00. My work has been described as organic, peaceful, soft and whimsical. "Oh what lovely peaceful jewelry"

    Elizabeth Lynn Moon : Elizabeth Lynn Moon Original Art Jewelry

  • Medium: Jewelry
  • Booth#: 467
  • Website: www.ElizabethLynnMoon.com
  • I approach the creation of my one of a kind necklace sets as impressionist art interpreting life to be passed through generations. Each necklace is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity with a photograph of the design a short poetic descriptor written for the piece and a list of materials including anything of quality that inspires me pearls gemstones art vintage glass crystal and silver vermeil or copper. Sets from $180. Earrings also available.

    Kalliopi Nikolaou : Skyros Ceramics

  • Medium: Jewelry
  • Booth#: 452
  • Greek traditional ceramics and ceramic jewelry. I was born in Skyros Island, Greece, and I continue doing ceramics that my family started in that island many years ago. I'm already in the sixth generation. I also make ceramic beads, and I paint them with many different bright colors. Using these beads I create different designs for necklaces, bracelets, and earrings.

    Daria Salus : Daria Salus Jewelry

  • Medium: Jewelry
  • Booth#: 404
  • Website: www.dariasalusjewelry.com
  • Inspired by nature, I hand fabricate silver and copper enamel jewelry. I etch images, often from my own photography, to emboss on metal; in enamel, these pieces use subtle transparent colors while allowing the image to show through.

    Fleurette Sevin

  • Medium: Jewelry
  • Booth#: 463
  • Website: www.flower7.com
  • Glass Jewelry and accessories with a focus on recycled Glass and recycled materials. About 75% of my work is made out of recycled glass bottles and other recycled glass. Other materials include plumbing pipe, bullet casings and electrical wire. In addition to Jewelry, I make barrettes, wine stoppers and cuff links. The techniques are lampwork, fused glass, sandblasting and metal smithing. New this year is jewelry made out of recycled musical instrument parts.

    Kristi Taylor : Got Sparkles

  • Medium: Jewelry
  • Booth#: 428
  • Website: www.gotsparkles.com
  • I create unique jewelry incorporating sterling silver, fine silver, 10K, 14K gold, pearls, gemstones and Swarovski crystals. I have been creating and selling my designs under the Got Sparkles name since 2006 at craft fairs, online, and at my retail shop in Old Sacramento. Nearly all metal components are created by me using traditional silversmithing and metalworking techniques. Exceptions are fine chain some clasps. Heavier chains and clasps are created by me.

    Patricia Tostenson : Devine Designs/Patricia Tostenson Jewelry

  • Medium: Jewelry
  • Booth#: 433
  • Website: www.shawntsai.com
  • I work in traditional silversmithing techniques, with sterling silver being my metal of choice. However, I also work with brass and copper, often combining the metal work with pearls or various gemstones. I continue to seek new techniques to come up with my next new design. My goal is to create unique jewelry at affordable prices.