Elizabeth Kline Designs makes jewelry that is angular yet organic, industrial and whimsical. Her urban-inspired necklaces, rings, bracelets and earrings are created with wood, wax, metals, gemstones and vintage glass.
Elizabeth use a variety of techniques – traditional soldering, texturing and stone setting, as well as wire wrapping, etching and casting. More recently, the designer started working with wood and metal inlay as well.
Meet & shop with Elizabeth Kline Designs at the Chicago Artisan Market at Morgan Manufacturing (401 N. Morgan St., Chicago) on Sunday, December 2, 2018 (10am-4pm) along with 100+ of Chicago’s finest artisans in food, fashion, home goods + art.
All of the pieces are built as unique objects that will not be repeated, using silver, gold, copper, brass and bronze, combined with semiprecious stones, pearls and vintage glass. The finished piece, in its final form, CANNOT be duplicated. You are guaranteed a true one-of-a-kind work. Elizabeth Kline Designs are made with traditional metalsmithing techniques, an ancient process called lost wax casting or using wood and metal inlays.
Elizabeth Kline Designs also creates custom work, including wedding rings, anniversary bands and commemorative pieces. Each custom piece created tells a story of the wearer(s) and materials.
Please visit her website to view the designs.
Elizabeth is an award-winning Chicago-based metalsmith and artist. Her love of creating jewelry began during a high school trip to Israel, where she sold small handmade bracelets in Jerusalem for a little extra spending money. As an adult, she discovered a love of working with metal in 2005, when studying metalsmithing, After learning many different techniques, Elizabeth Kline Designs was founded in 2009.