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Eclectic, bohemian, rustic, and inspired by nature. All pieces start with a copper or silver base and feature a wide range of techniques with texturing, metal forming, and enameling. Every piece of jewelry is unique and is designed and handmade by the artist, Emily Rackley (formerly Emily Kline). She is an artist and jeweler from Pennsylvania.
Please be patient while products are added to Nymph & Nectar's new website! There are over 200 pieces of jewelry to list. It takes time to get them photographed and every festival we do means products in the online store must be taken off. In the meantime, check out the unique and awesome selection listed so far!
Nymph & Nectar is venturing into lampwork bead making!! Stay tuned for updates about when these new products will be available!
Nymph & Nectar is currently traveling across the US in a big green school bus going from festival to festival to vending our wares! We are currently in the southern states for the winter. Click the link below for a list of upcoming festivals.
Custom orders are welcome! The price point is the same for custom orders as it is for all the jewelry for sale in the online store. Prices are dependent upon materials and time. "Custom" does not mean "more expensive."
Enamel is powdered glass which is fired in a kiln or by torch to create a sheet of glass over metal. All of Nymph & Nectar's enamel jewelry is torch fired over 24 gauge copper.
All of Nymph & Nectar's copper jewelry is patinated with Liver of Sulfur to give it a rich, antiqued look. This also helps prevent the copper from turning green.
Nymph & Nectar's silver jewelry is either Sterling silver or German silver. This will always be indicated in the description of each piece.
All earrings are finished with a niobium ear wire. Niobium is a hypoallergenic, non-corrosive metal. These are great for people who are sensitive to many metals.
Nymph & Nectar is an ONLINE STORE ONLY. In-person purchases can be made at festivals. A list of upcoming festivals that Nymph & Nectar will be vending at can be found by clicking the 'Festival Tour' link below!
Emily Rackley has been featured in magazines such as Artisan Jewelry Times and Belle Armoire Jewelry. Her current articles are published under her maiden name, Kline.