recycled jewelry and vintage designs
Based in Kansas City, MO
Like Isis brought Osiris back to life, I bring old jewelry back to its former glory.
Ivory Isis started when I started creating, when I was a child. My grandma had the most beautiful antiques and junk, and I loved it all. I don't think the love for antiques ever left me, and it followed me wherever I went. The need to create was also too strong, and I wanted so much to share it with others.
We are actively seeking to expand into shops in Kansas City! Please send an email if you would like to have me vend my items, sell them wholesale, or be in your craft fair or at your shop: firstname.lastname@example.org
I started Ivory Isis in March of 2014, after creating some bottle cap pendants for game pieces at my day job. I wanted to expand upon my ideas, working them into antique pieces of art.
Who is Tania?
I was born into a small farming community in the Ozarks of Missouri. I always loved nature and playing in the mud as a child. I'd make a mud pie, and then come in and make a beautiful piece of art out of finger paints. I always wanted to be an artist.
I have a degree in graphic design, and my day job is in customer relations at a local bank. It wasn't enough, so I had to find new ways to create! Currently I made vintage lace soldered glass pendants, vintage cameo pendants, bottle cap pendants, key pendants, and matching earrings, as well as items out of vintage materials such as old beads, pearls, and the like. I am always coming up with new ideas and projects, and while it drives my significant other nuts, other creative types will always understand! No one else is involved in the creative process of my business - I am a one woman show.
I can be contacted at email@example.com for custom inquiries or general nosiness!
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Please note: No part of this Etsy shop, Facebook or my website or the designs contained within may be reproduced, distributed, performed, publicly displayed, or made into a derivative work without the permission of Tania Rose Marg.