Jeanne Harlan was born in Nashville, Tennessee. She has lived throughout the Southeast during her adult life. She is married and has three adult sons.
She learned to knit when she earned her knitting badge as a girl scout. Her passion for jewelry making began moving to Jacksonville, Fl in 2005 joining a beading group.
To reflect her inspiration Jeanne incorporates, beads, pearls. stones, shells, crystals and yarn from around the world into her designs.
Her primary interests are knitting scarves and jewelry designing. she has been associated with Honey Girl from its inception.
Jeanne's signature necklace
Each necklace has its unique characteristics, even when they are made with the same color of yarn.
One by one crocheted by our artist.
The angels from Jeanne's earrings collection
Gerry followed her creative muse and began designing jewelry in 2008. Her work synthesizes her lifelong interest in design, her fascination with color and the attention to fine detail that she developed during these years
What Mic loves about making silverware jewelry is the diversity of the pieces he uses. Besides being fine pieces of silver plated jewelry, his creations are recycled antiques that tell unique stories. Some of the most memorable forks have come from the most unlikely sources. He had worked with forks used by the United States Navy and forks from famous hotels like The Waldorf, The Plaza New York and La Concha in San Juan, Puerto Rico. His jewelry gives previously unused silverware new owners that give it new life.
Johanna C. Harlan
Johanna was born and raised in Guayaquil, Ecuador, moving to the United States in 2010.
Her inspiration comes from the things she encounters in everyday life. She loves working with flowers, feathers, fabrics, and beads to create her modern pieces..
Since 2011, Johanna has been designing fabulous women's accessories worn by friends and clients from around the world.