Get ready to be inspired! These talented handmade artists craft unique and amazing jewelry. There’s a lot of talent in the handmade jewelry space, here are 10 who’s designs and Instagram feeds inspire us every day!

Shannon Lowery, known as Mud Lowery, is a husband, father and Native American/Indigenous jewelry artist in Fort Worth, Texas. He’s a self-taught jewelry designer who creates stunning silver work and bold, unique designs working with White Buffalo and Royston Turquoise.


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🌿▲🌿 Freshly listed and restocked..and a forever fave. Preserved triangle fern terrarium earrings .Handmade with love and nature 🌱

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Jami of Jupiter Oak Jewelry is a mixed media jewelry artist who creates handmade nature-inspired jewelry and preserved garden terrariums made from real pressed botanicals. Most of the botanicals that she uses are from her home garden, then pressed and preserved in resin.


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Emily of 31 Suns Studio is a maker, mother and moodboarder who makes amazing statement jewelry out of polymer clay and/or brass. She describes her jewelry line as “voraciously inspired by women in all their glory, the guitar solo that makes you weak, and colorful, joyful moments.”

Beth Cyr is a full-time artist, jeweler, metalsmith and business person who specializes in organic style wedding bands and jewelry using 100% recycled metal. Her pieces are individually handcrafted using a lost wax casting process and are inspired by textures and themes in nature and the cosmos.

Eva Widjaja of HanaCrochet & Design is a full-time mother in Singapore who started micro-crocheting earrings about 3 years ago. She uses a thread that is as thin as sewing thread, which she sometimes dyes, to create delicate crocheted flowers for her jewelry designs.

VOZ Collective is two sisters, Jackie and Lauren Sepulveda, who create bold-wood, jewelry. Each piece is hand stained, stenciled, painted, and then glossed to produce one-of-a-kind creations. They’re obsessed with the juxtaposition of color and pattern along with the natural wood look.


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Galaxy Gold. https://www.lolide.com/product/galaxy-gold-comfort-fit-wedding-band

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Lori of Lolide creates minimalist wedding rings, made by hand in Seattle. She focuses on ethical, sustainably-made, gender-neutral jewelry that celebrates all partnerships. She’s made unisex rings from day one, driven by her personal experience of struggling with the gender binary and never fitting into either box.

Karmela Kortizija is a self-taught micro-macramé jewelry designer from Croatia. The name of her jewelry is Nodantur, which comes from the Latin word for ‘knotted’. She is inspired by nature and Mediterranean style since she is originally from Dubrovnik.

Claire Lowe is a jewelry designer, maker and tutor based in Devon, England. She makes all of her jewelry by hand in her garden studio. Claire set up her jewelry business in 2005 after training at Sir John Cass and creates contemporary jewelry using silver and resin.

Ana Marina is a Denver-based Artisan who began creating jewelry seven years ago. As an immigrant from Mexico City, she uses her art to elevate and celebrate her cultural heritage. She uses sterling silver and metal to create pieces that not only adorn those who wear them, but also transmit a story of inspiration that was born from a myth, a feeling, a remembrance of a time or place people can connect to.

Do you have a favorite handmade jewelry account on Instagram? Share the link in the comments so that we can check it out!


Melanie O’Brien is a social media professional with 7+ years of experience driving audience growth and engagement. Her past experience includes working in the creative lifestyle space as a former sewing blogger and fabric shop owner. She currently works with small creative businesses and organizations managing social media posting and strategies to free up their time to do more creative work. Find out more on her website: https://www.melanieobrien.net/ 

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