Jewelry Designed and Created by Amy Abrams   

"Mythos Necklace" - art clay (fine silver) Persian winged ibex pendant,, apatite and sterling silver - photo by Amy Abrams

"Lovebird Earrings" - copprclay (copper), garnet and sterling silver -
photo by Amy Abrams

Upcoming shows

Alexandria Holiday Market
Friday December 12th, 11 - 8
Saturday December 13th, 11 - 8
Sunday December 14th, 11 - 8

John Carlyle Square in the Carlyle District of Alexandria

Fenton Street Holiday Market

Saturday December 20th, 9 - 3
Veteran's Plaza at the corner of Fenton St. and Ellsworth Ave. in Downtown Silver Spring, MD

Downtown Holiday Market
Sunday December 21st, 12 - 8
Monday December 22nd, 12 - 8
Tuesday December 23rd, 12 - 8
Located on the F Street sidewalk in front of the Smithsonian American Art Museum & National Portrait Gallery between 7th & 9th Streets, NW.

Shop Amy Abrams Designs

 My work is available online at Etsy.  I am currently running a Cyber Monday special of free domestic 1st class shipping in the U.S.

In person you can find my work at GALA Artisans Jewelry and Gifts in Kensington, MD and ArtSpring in Takoma Park, MD

Looking for something different to do for your Bachelorette party or a Girl's Night Out?  Have an earring or pendant party!  I will come to you with materials for each of your guests and you to make your very own earrings or pendant (or both!).  Contact me via email for inquiries.

If your group or foundation has a fundraising event I would be happy to set up shop at your event and donate a portion of my sales to your cause. Contact me via email: .

About Amy Abrams Jewelry

I began making jewelry in the early 1990's after a fateful trip to the library led me to discover a book about bead weaving using tiny glass seed beads. Over the years my passion for the beauty and intricacy of jewelry has led me in new directions and opened my eyes to different techniques and materials.  My work is inspired by the beauty of nature and the inner Goddess in every woman.  I would like my jewelry to inspire the wearer to revel in her divine femininity.

In early 2005 I became a certified metal clay instructor using Art Clay Silver, a cutting edge material, developed and manufactured in Japan. I am very happy to note that the silver used in Art Clay Silver, rather than being strip-mined, is manufactured from silver that is recycled from industrial processes and manufactured with minimal impact on the local environment.

All of the materials I use in my work are genuine stones and pearls, fine silver, sterling silver, gold fill, vermeil (22k gold over sterling silver) and in some cases high karat gold, and copper and bronze (an alloy of copper and tin).