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recycled metal daisy jewelry hanger

by Jennifer Utsch
Handmade
Recycled
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  • the story

A Bouquet of Baubles

Like a little garden, blooming with your favorite pendants, bracelets and dangly earrings, Jennifer Utsch's gorgeous, industrial jewelry hanger is a fresh solution for keeping delicate pieces on display and tangle-free. Handmade from recycled steel, each cleverly designed rack is hand cut with a water jet and powder coated a sunny yellow color, complementing the cheerful blossom at its center. Each organizer is sculpted with pointed grass blades for hooking chains, and the strategically-punched holes are perfect for keeping earrings paired and pretty.

A hefty chain is forged to the top, making each portable jewelry holder ready-to-hang in plain sight, on doorknobs, dressers, hooks, and more! Handmade of recycled steel in California.

Click to see Jennifer Utsch's Wide Jewelry Hanger.

Click to see the Sea Glass Earrings and September Birth Month Flower Necklace shown on the hanger.

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  • details
Handmade
Recycled
Item ID
21561
Made from
recycled metal
Measurements
12.5" L x 5" W. Chain: 7" L
  • the maker
Jennifer Utsch

Jennifer Utsch

Artist Jennifer Utsch has always been passionate about art and creating. Seeing promise, her high school teacher, urged her to enroll in art school. Like so many, Jennifer never believed there was a future for her in art; so, she veered in the opposite direction. Yearning to escape to the West, she left her home town Virginia, and headed for college in the great Rocky Mountains. She graduated with degrees in Spanish and International Relations. She pursued careers in Law Enforcement, Firefighting and Real Estate.

Though the work was exciting and rewarding, Jennifer still felt unsatisfied and restless. This is when she turned back to her first love, and established Mandala Recycled Art in 1998.

Although these educations and careers were not "right" for me, she now sees how her paths led her to this point in her life. Law enforcement provided her with the assertiveness and awareness needed to be self-employed, and firefighting gave her the appreciation and connection with fire, as well as, the knowledge of using the oxy-acetylene torch. Real Estate prepared her for the daily office routine that any business requires.

In a nutshell, these experiences looped back to her youthful passion with art and allowed her to understand it in new ways. Wanting to work with people and the environment, wanting to see and show the connections between each other and with the earth, Jennifer began to envision how she could make the interconnections of these passions into her life's work.

Now, she collects "trash" and makes it "work" for her; it is in this simplicity that creates beauty and allows new ideas to flow.

Jennifer designs all products with the use the hand torch. All metal is reclaimed (mostly sheet metal and steel cans). She then hand paints and assembles each piece with beads selected from Sustainable Cooperatives in India and Indonesia. collection

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