LIN W 760
My parents were jewelry craftsmen. They taught me the basic techniques of jewelry making. At a young age, I found creating jewelry to be exciting and rewarding. During the summer time they would allowed me to work in the shop and explore the wonderful world of creativity. Today, I specialize in Navajo Traditional/Contemporary style jewelry and adornments. My techniques consist of hand wrought, chiseling, overlaying process and tufa casting. I have incorporated the art of western engraving which led to working with gold and diamonds. Since I have a full-time job my inventory is limited but of high quality pieces.