Q: Are you taking Custom Orders?

A: Thank you for thinking of me to be the one to make a special piece of jewelry for you. Unfortunately custom orders or commissions are not being accepted and I do not have a waitlist. My desire right now is to work freely on collections and single statement pieces as my time allows. I also keep pretty busy with my husband on our working farm - my time is stretched thin with all our critters and crop throughout the year.

Custom work requires so much of my time and attention alone that I cannot do both in a timely manner. As a one-woman show here on the jewelry side of things, the influx of requests received would require a wait-list of several months out. I don't believe that would serve anyone very well.

I look forward to bringing new designs and collections to you and I hope that something just perfect for you catches your eye!

Q: Where can I visit you and see your work? 

A: My private working studio is a part of my home!  All of my finished and available jewelry can be seen and purchased here in the Shop section of my website. At this time I have not released any of my work to be offered locally or in any other independent locations.

Most previews and details of upcoming work will be shown on my Instagram @brokenpinestudio and my Facebook Page, Broken Pine Studio.

Q: I don't know my ring or cuff size! What should I do?

A: It's easier than it seems! Simply stop by your local jeweler and ask them to size your finger for you. Having a professional measure your finger is going to give you an accurate size and most are happy to help you out!

Ring band width versus your ring size: It's important to understand that the width of a ring band can have a huge effect on your ring size and how it feels. The wider the ring band is, the tighter it is going to feel for your standard ring size. All of my rings are sized to accommodate that adjustment for varying band widths.

Cuff sizing: This is easy too! Take a complete measure around your entire wrist at the wrist joint holding the tape measure snugg-ish. That measurement is your wrist size. Ideally, cuff bracelets should fit snug. Cuffs that are too loose are subject to abnormal wear & tear and can become damaged over time. As far as the wrist opening size, I'll make adjustments on my end for that based on the wrist measurement you give me. 

If you are unsure of the proper way to put on your cuff without manipulating the cuff band open and closed, please watch this great video created by the folks at Durango Silver Company. Please do not open and close your cuff bracelets. Cuffs are not adjustable jewelry and doing so is a quick ticket to eventually breaking a cuff!

Q: Do you offer Wholesale?

A: I do not offer my work for wholesale accounts. Simply put, I am not a high output maker and my pieces are not quickly made! I do not produce enough pieces each month to offer them at wholesale rates that wouldn't require me to change the way I create, increase my hours in the studio, or highly inflate the costs of production in order to off-set wholesale terms.

One of the most important considerations for me in the work I do goes far beyond just the making and selling. From the first seeds of communication planted to the packaging and shipping of each piece that is chosen and purchased, I have a direct hand in the complete process to come full circle. I believe I would lose a bit of that magic if I released my work for wholesale.


A: Yes! Each jewelry purchase comes with branded, neutral packing that is perfect for giving right out of the shipping box.

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