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Round House Jewelry

Maker - Lisa Sachs

Round House Jewelry

Maker Story

Leather Bound

In a small, round house on an island off the coast of Maine, the vibe is rugged, simple, natural and honest. Lisa Sachs captures those same qualities in her handcrafted leather jewelry.

A professional photographer, Lisa put down her camera to focus on creating three-dimensional works of art that people can wear. She spends a lot of her time at the Maine house, which is the inspiration for her company name, Round House Jewelry. Lisa’s bracelets are superbly crafted and have just the right amount of detail to make them different from other leather wraps without being too fussy. One of the techniques that sets Lisa’s work apart is her use of precious metal clay, which is a mixture of pure silver or bronze and an organic binder. Working with this clay requires a multi-step process of shaping, curing and extreme heat to burn away the binding material and create textured silver or bronze charms.

Lisa’s leather wrap and bangle bracelets are versatile and chic. You can dress them up or down. They’re the kind of pieces you’ll reach for every day. They make great gifts, too -- if you can bear to part with them.

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Discovered 12/6/2011

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Maker Story

Leather Bound

In a small, round house on an island off the coast of Maine, the vibe is rugged, simple, natural and honest. Lisa Sachs captures those same qualities in her handcrafted leather jewelry.

A professional photographer, Lisa put down her camera to focus on creating three-dimensional works of art that people can wear. She spends a lot of her time at the Maine house, which is the inspiration for her company name, Round House Jewelry. Lisa’s bracelets are superbly crafted and have just the right amount of detail to make them different from other leather wraps without being too fussy. One of the techniques that sets Lisa’s work apart is her use of precious metal clay, which is a mixture of pure silver or bronze and an organic binder. Working with this clay requires a multi-step process of shaping, curing and extreme heat to burn away the binding material and create textured silver or bronze charms.

Lisa’s leather wrap and bangle bracelets are versatile and chic. You can dress them up or down. They’re the kind of pieces you’ll reach for every day. They make great gifts, too -- if you can bear to part with them.