contemporary jewelry for design lovers

wearable art • mixed-materials • playful sophistication • handcrafted in Portland, Oregon

// playful elegance //

Black & White

Black and white never gets old. It can be elegant, casual, bold or all three.

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// in a word //

The Type Collection

You don’t have to be a typography lover to delight in this new collection of black
letterform collages—a celebration of positive/negative space and pops of color.

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// LATEST //

From the Journal

The Journal is where you’ll find musings, event announcements and more.

Maker’s Studio Holiday Pop-Up

Buying handmade local items is the gift that keeps on giving. Not only do you have a product infused with more soul and love than… Read more

Arches Brooch. Polymer clay, ink toner. Jane Pellicciotto

A Brooch of Then and Now

You might have seen my black and white letterform collages on polymer clay using an image transfer technique. These abstract letterforms highlight not just the… Read more

Polymer clay workshop. Jane Pellicciotto

July Workshop: Polymer Clay & Surface Play

Whenever I sit down to work with polymer clay, I have a craving to make handmade pasta or bread. It’s one of the reasons I… Read more

// what they say //

Customer

You make my work truly come alive when it leaves my hands and studio and takes on a new story in your possession.

Thank you for taking this journey with me. You are loved.

These earrings a subtle but eye catching at the same time. While they are sturdy and hang beautifully, they feel quite light. I wear them casually and also to dress up. They go with a black turtleneck perfectly! I love them and am so glad I picked these. (It was very hard to decide on just one pair from Jane’s collection!)”

—Lucy W.

“The necklace arrived this afternoon. Wow! It is even cooler than I thought. 
I think I might just change clothes right now so that I can wear it around the house. I will rearrange my zoom screen so that my students can see that I am even cooler than I thought.”

—Emilie B.

“I am a huge fan of Jane Pellicciotto’s jewelry. Each piece is a miniature work of art in design and material selection. That you can wear them makes them even better! This serpent pendant raises the game to be a wonderful piece of architecture and one that I had to purchase on first sight.”

—Catharine K.