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Summertime, Summertime

by tomburnsjewelry on 2 July 2015

Yay! Summer’s here and that means the Sunapee show (New Hampshire League of Craftsmen Fair) is not far away. It starts the first of August and runs for 9 days over 2 weekends, so no excuses for not making it to this show – considered one of the best in the whole U.S.

As you may know, I don’t sell my jewelry any way other than hand to hand, in person. When I wholesaled or sold online, the things I had made with my own hands went away and a check came in. I felt like I was working in a factory (yes, a sweet one with good music and strong coffee, but a factory nonetheless). But when you come to one of the shows and we meet and get to know each other a little, then you fall for one of the pieces nature and I have put together and I hand it to you, and see you smile, and see it on you, it all comes together for me. I know why, and for whom, I made that piece.

I’m a lucky silversmith, to be able to make things i enjoy making and have people like you to enjoy owning and wearing them!

So, please come out to Sunapee and see all the new things I’ve been working on this summer.

The sidebar to the right is stuck on 2012, but if you click on the Sunapee show there it will link you to current info on the show, directions etc.
I’ll see you at the show!



10 April 2015

It’s finally on the way – Spring! I’ll be bringing all my new pieces to the Gaithersburg MD Sugarloaf show April 17 – 19, and I can’t wait. I’ve found some amazing new stones over the winter and built silver settings that I hope add some art and beauty but don’t totally distract you from […]

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Winter, 2015!

17 December 2014

Thank you one and all for making 2014 one of the best years I’ve ever had! I feel SO fortunate that you like the things I make and want to wear them. I’m a lucky guy. I’ve been reading lately about the many different origins of the holidays we call Christmas and New Years, and […]

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