Artist and designer Jessica Dickens has been creating original handmade jewelry for over 20 years. Each piece of wearable art is inspired by abstract, organic designs that are bold and unique. Many designs feature wire crochet and are inspired by this free form aesthetic. She recently started exploring polymer clay and enjoys this versatile medium and how it pairs with her crocheted designs.
Jessica’s work has been featured on fashion show runways, Jewelry Television (JTV) Jewel School and in publications including Belle Armoire Jewelry Magazine. For 15 years, she sold her work at jazz and arts and crafts festivals on the east coast and continues to sell her work online and in galleries. She recently published the book “The Lone Wolf Jewelry Designer’s Guide to Business Art and Life.”
In addition to jewelry, she loves abstract art so you will see abstract art and home decor pieces as a part of her collection as well.
For Shipping information and return policies:
Please visit my Etsy Store.
Where do you get your supplies?
I take trips to New York and I also attentd gem and jewelry shows that come to the area a few times a year. I have developed relationships with a few vendors that offer high quality semi-precious stones, findings and components.
Where can I shop for Jessica Designs?
Besides online, you can find Jessica Designs at the Wadsworth Atheneum in Hartford, CT and Spectrum Gallery in Centerbrook, CT. Please visit my Etsy shop or email me for a custom order.
Do you make custom designs?
Do you repair jewelry?
Yes. Whether it is my own designs or someone else’s, I will be happy to repair your jewelry. If your repair requires soldering, I work with a metal smith and may be able to make the repair.
Why do you use Etsy?
Etsy is the largest handmade online marketplace in the world. Their shopping cart is user friendly and their site is 100% secure and they accept several forms of payment. It also helps give my jewelry more online visibility.
Do you donate your jewelry?
Yes. Feel free to contact me with information about your event or cause.