Welcome to our on-line jewelry catalog.

Recent Activity:

  • 1/23/2018 - I just opened Betty's Gallery for Betty's paintings and drawings.

  • 1/20/2018 - I just posted the remaining inventory of Betty's stash of COE 104 glass rods for sale. Check out the "Special Deals" on the left and click on "Glass Rods for Lampworking" near the top of the page.

  • 10/27/2017 - Don't forget to check out the "Special Deals" on the left periodically. I just added a bunch of lightly used chain and chain maille books to the "Books" section. These books are in excellent condition, but they do have my small nameplate (2" x 4") on the first page. They were sometimes used in class as reference material.

  • 10/20/2017 - I just added a new weave for the Bumpa Chain. Please check out the basic directions on the "For Our Students" page, and tutorials and kits on the "Kits and Tutorials" page.

    Because we sell our items in several different venues, our web site is not always up to date. If you are interested in an item that is identified as unique you will need to check with us the see if the item is still available. These items will have a 'Check Availability' button below the item. Clicking on this button will send an inquiry to the gallery to see if the item is still available. Details for completing the purchase of the item will be sent to you by e-mail response. Other items will have an 'Add to Cart' button that will add the item to your shopping cart. .

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    Betty is an Exhibiting Member of The Piedmont Craftsmen, and a Professional member of the International Society of Glass Beadmakers. John is a past co-president of the North Carolina Society of Goldsmiths, and is currently on the Executive Board.

    We teach classes and workshops at The Crafts Center at North Carolina State University in Raleigh NC, the William Holland School of Lapidary Arts in Young Harris GA, and the Bead and Button Show in Milwaukee WI.

    You might also be interested in some of the jewelry related resources on The Internet that we find useful, including:

    The Ganoksin Project
    The Gem and Jewelry World's
    foremost Resource on The Internet.
    The internet's premier guide to
    fusing, slumping, and related kiln-forming techniques.

    Please contact us if we may be of assistance to you. .

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