Quick Update.

(I swear, this will be the last time I jump the Salem post to talk about something else!)


A little snippet of the studio. Tools, torch, supplies, and my prized map of Southwest turquoise mines.

I am excited to announce that the Etsy Shop About is finally posted! This piece of writing has been in the works for a long time, so I’m very happy to finally have it finished. In it, you can read about the forces that brought me to where I am today, the inspiration and concepts behind Soliloquy Jewelry, and the details of my handmade process.

When I first opened my shop many moons ago, Etsy hadn’t revealed the Shop About section, so I wrote about some of my inspirations and concepts in my personal profile, as many sellers did since this was the only space available at the time to do so. This section, along with the “About the Artist” section here that contains the same information, will be changed in the following weeks to contain less overlap with the Shop About.

I’m glad to now have a larger space solely dedicated to my creative process and the origins of my shop. It was difficult to choose what to include and what to leave out, but I think I’ve done my story justice, and I hope you all enjoy reading it.


About soliloquyjewelry

I was born, raised, and am currently living in the Charlestown neighborhood of Boston, MA. My love of books, stones, and jewelry itself inspire my designs; hence my shop name, Soliloquy Jewelry, and its motto, "Symbolic adornment for bohemian souls." All of my pieces are handmade of metal and stone, and hold their own significances to literary, metaphysical, and symbolic realms. Each piece has a story that I strive to include in my item descriptions in my shop. I feel deeply connected to my work, and would like its wearers to feel the same.
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