If you’re looking for a place to get unique handmade jewelry- Etsy is always the best place to go to. With thousands of online vendors selling handmade goods- you are sure to find what your heart desires.
I recently et out to find something truly unique, something that I don’t see everyday… I wanted to find a store that sells all the basic and essential jewelry items, like bracelets, earrings and necklaces- but makes them with a unique twist that cannot be found elsewhere. And I found one… It’s called- HuskyDogsJewelry.
Husky Dogs Jewelry Etsy store is owned by a very talented woman from Ohio, by the name of Kat Berger.
I especially love the fact that you’d be able to find OOAK (One of a kind) items at Kat’s store, as well as unique jewelry items with strengthening stones like Amethyst, Jade, Labradorite and more. But don’t take my word for it… See what Kat has to offer:
Pretty amazing, right?
But you haven’t seen nothing yet!
There are a lot of Etsy sellers out there selling handmade jewelry, and although Kat’s work looks perfect- she has something even better to offer… Her creative mind!
I have found some amazing necklaces in Kat’s store, with ceramic/glass pendants that SCREAM from the love of animals and nature, mostly of your favorite house pets- like dogs and cats. And here are a few items for example:
Kat is pretty good with social media, and uses her Facebook fan page and her Instagram account to display new items, new sales and alert new promotions or special offers…
About the store owner, Kat Berger:
I’ve been creating artwork since the time my mother could put a crayon in my hand. With each year that goes by I learn more about new techniques and different materials and love expanding the types of things I make. My forays into professional art world was with ceramics, where I studied at Rhode Island School of Design. Well technically I went there to study photography and left there with a degree in ceramics. Armed with a unique view on the world and a desire to create beauty in my wake I’ve traveled the country and the world studying cultures, learning about art and beauty and developing my skills. Hopefully in my shop you will see the results of all this work and travel. Some of my art has strong, American Indian influences while others have influences of African art, Old World European styles and Ancient Greek.