About Etymology Jewelry
Every jewelry piece by Etymology Jewelry is handmade in New York City by designer and owner Natalie Jacob. Each necklace, bracelet or pair of earrings includes a "mixed media" aesthetic of different materials. From textured vintage brass chains to colorful recycled fair trade beads, Natalie extracts her inspiration from the very components she uses.
The name Etymology harkens back to Natalie's jewelry making beginnings- when she was using scrabble and boggle pieces to string together words and phrases in jewelry form. The aesthetic has evolved since then but the name is a reminder of how she started.
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A little bit more about Natalie:
Natalie Jacob is a Brooklyn, NY native and Brooklyn based designer and artist. As the owner and designer for Etymology Jewelry, she is an alum from MICA, (The Maryland Institute College of Art) in Baltimore and the noteworthy fame school, LaGuardia HS of Music and Art in NYC. In her previous life, Natalie was (and still is!) a classically trained artist, having even had her work featured at the Society of Illustrators in Manhattan. With such a creative background, Natalie takes these fine art influences in her jewelry work, her main medium, today.
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