baby bird earringsby Rhonda & Elijah Wyman $28.00
- the story
A Little Bird Told Me
Perfect for women of all ages, these adorable little birds will perch quietly on your ears and give any outfit a sweet and youthful touch. Handmade in North Carolina by Rhonda & Elijah Wyman.
Jewelry is made of oxidized silver and may appear darker than pictured.
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- Item ID
- Made from
- sterling silver
- 0.25" L
- No maintenance required. Do not use polish cloth. It will remove the patina finish.
- the maker
Rhonda & Elijah Wyman
Artists Rhonda and Elijah Wyman are a husband and wife team making adorable yet sophisticated sterling jewelry which is designed to complement an elegant wardrobe or simply spice up your favorite jeans and t-shirt. Each piece is either forged, sewn, or soldered by hand and much of their work is inspired by the simple beauty found in forests, both imaginary and real.
The Wymans got their start in the "indie craft scene" back in 2004 selling through their temporary brick and mortar shop called Share An Umbrella. Since then, they decided to focus on their own work and start silver smithing away.
Elijah & Rhonda Wyman have been working together on their art and music since their marriage back in 2004, the same year Rhonda graduated Rhode Island School of Design. While Rhonda makes all the jewelry herself and does the design work, Elijah helps with the grunt and administrative tasks. The two love to travel with their rescued pup named Crash-dog (Crash for short), and cuddle with their cat named Puppy who has no tail. When Elijah's not helping Rhonda, he's busy being a indie-folk singer-songwriting superhero. collection
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