Falling in love with natural Stone jewelry came quite accidentally to me. I started making these pendants for myself as something to do after retiring from a full time job. Little did I know that I would make this another business. The background and history of these stones became part this business as each stone is unique and had a dynamic of its own. Each pendant is custom wirewrapped depending on the shape and size. They are done in Sterling silver or gold filled wire .
Find a unique, beautiful accessory to highlight your signature style at Karrottop Jewelry. Karrottop Jewelry offers a long line of 100% sterling silver accessories including necklaces, bracelets, earrings and rings crafted into sophisticated, timeless designs. Each piece is completely handcrafted to create an authentic, original look showcasing artistic elegance and personal care.
Karrottop Jewelry in Old Town, Maine, is named for my two beautiful red-headed daughters, who have enjoyed my handmade jewelry pieces their entire lives. I have worked with a diverse range of materials in the past and now carefully hammer and weave sterling silver to make one-of-a-kind jewelry gems. Each intricate chain, delicate pendant and elegant hoop is meticulously forged by hand, so no two are exactly alike.
Karrottop jewelry can be found at craft shows across Maine, and you can order yours online to have it shipped anywhere in the U.S. Explore the gallery to find a genuine sterling silver accessory to add to your own jewelry box, or to give as a present to friends or family. If you have a special design in mind, contact me today for a custom order handmade sterling silver jewelry.
I have been making hand-crafted jewelry since 2004. I like to tell my customers that my first pair of earrings took me all day to make and then I threw them out (they weren't fit to wear or sell)! And now my earrings (depending on style) can take from 15 minutes to an hour or more to make - and I seldom throw them out! I strive to make fine quality jewelry at an affordable price. I am a local designer, having been born and bred in the State of Maine.
We have been using reclaimed copper roofing material to create some of our designs. We love the natural weathered verdigris patina. Some came from a contractor working on an old cottage on Chebeague Island, some from an historic building in Boxboro Mass. Our latest batch is from the roof of the Miller Library at Colby College in Waterville, Maine.