Tyler Florence – Jewelry Artist

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Double Charoite and Sterling Pendant


Rutilated Quartz and Sterling Pendant

 

Herkimer Diamond and Sterling Pendant

MEDIA ROOTS- Tyler Florence is a sterling silver and copper artist with some of the most beautifully unique, awe-inspiring jewelry out there. He draws from the dichotomy of the rugged power of the stones and the smooth fluidity of the metal to form graceful and flawless works of art that impeccably fit the elements together.

“Tyler Florence Jewelry is the production of myself, Tyler Florence, and the inspiration I get from so many of my friends, family, and those I meet who leave a lasting impression of the unordinary.  The metals I work with most frequently are sterling silver and copper along with an ever changing array of gemstones, seashells, fossils, sea glass, and other natural materials.  All pieces are hand made without the use of heat or chemicals and all are one of a kind creations attuned  with the healing energy of Reiki.”

To see more of Tyler’s awe-inspiring work, go to http://tfjewelry.wordpress.com/

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