Tina Rozelle has had a love for jewelry her entire life. What started fifteen years ago as a hobby—repurposing estate sale and thrift store finds—became a yearning to learn to create her own pieces. She began taking jewelry and metal-smithing courses six years ago and has come a long way from stringing beads. She now works with all types of metal, including sterling silver, bronze, copper, and brass; and creates custom, made-to-order pieces that are both unique and magnificent.
“I love to create one-of-a-kind pieces,” she says. “I truly enjoy the happiness my jewelry brings others. Turning someone’s dream or idea into wearable art is both fulfilling for me, and for the wearer. There’s nothing quite like it.”