All of the Gallery of the Mountain's jeweler's are local to the area. Click on the artist's name to go to the page with more of their work!
Elvie Zell's dog and cat enamel on copper jewelry is a popular item with our customers. Her work is completely handmade with great attention to detail. Think of these pins, earrings and necklaces as miniature paintings made with copper instead of canvas and glass instead of paint.
Local artist Dabney Sue Peterson has a great passion for pearls, and sources only the very best from all over the world. Customers love the unusual colors and shapes of her exotic fresh and salt water pearls.
Micki Chaet's lovely rings captivate all who see them with their unique bands and gemstones. She creates rings that would attract the attention of the Hollywood stars and did. Amy Tan and George Lucas are two of Hollywood's best who own her rings.
Nell Chandler likes to mix metals in her popular jewelry line. She uses copper, silver and brass with enameled accents. Her rings, necklaces and earrings are infused with symbols both personal and universal. She recently completed a new line just for the Gallery of mountain scenes.
Rachel Wilder is one of our younger artists who is very popular with customers of all ages. Her silver and brass jewelry is light, sparkly and fun to wear. Many of her lines have matching sets with bracelet, earrings and necklace - a great gift!
If you like Native American silver jewelry with lots of turquoise, then Jim Littlewolf is the the one for you. His jewelry is filled with symbols and meaning taken from his background as Comanche from out west. Living in the Asheville area now, he has added some Arts and Crafts lines to his selections.
Frank Tuuri specializes in dichroic glass jewelry - very modern and colorful. His fused glass technique incorporates thin layers of metal oxides. His jewelry selection offers something for everyone in every color.
Local silversmith Laura Cardwell combines silver, gold and copper to create eclectic jewelry accented with colorful gemstones.
Trained at the American Jewelry Institute in Oregon, Rebecca Hook draws from her Southern roots and upbringing for her line of nature inspired jewelry.
Her love of animals is evident in the coppery jewelry Robbie Diffey creates from her North Carolina
Faryn Davis hand paint resin for a three dimensional loon in her jewelry line of pendants, earrings, rings and cuff links.
Organic is the best word to describe Olivia de Soria's silver jewelry with its nature inspired tumbled stones and soft pleasing shapes.