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The Mistura watches specializes in using wood and renewable materials to make unique time pieces.
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Eric Green travels around the world to find inspiration for his his one-of-a-kind, handmade pieces, made from semi-precious and natural stones.
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At 11 years old, Bridgeja began her jewlery line. Now, at 16, she's a full-fledged entrepreneur. Bridgeja specializes in making jewerly for every occasion, including weddings.
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Univeral Love Jewelry is a one-stop shop. Since 1969, the company has been making jewlery for adults and children, crafting everything from earrings to bracelets to necklaces and cufflinks.
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Nzingah's jewelry is inspired by her Haitain herritage as well as her love for African and Asian culture. The bright colors and different shapes are all extensions of her as a visual artist.
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In 1999, Baba Berthe started a jewelry apprenticeship. Ten years later, he moved to the United States with his wife to launch his own line, which is a refelection of his African heritage.
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Birthed after a trip to Africa in 2003, M&M Links Jewelry and Accessories uses exotic semi-precious stones to make its jewelry.
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